3/1/17 ftf, wren

The first day back to work went okay.  It was the usual revolving door syndrome in my office, and there were also several people who were genuinely happy to see me back.  Today I have the second post-surgical follow-up with the oncologist.  I’ve already read the pathology report and know that the pathologist is calling my cancer stage II because there was no evidence that it had spread to the lymph nodes.  I’m expecting that we will agree on a plan for additional treatment which will definitely include radiation therapy and may possibly also include some chemotherapy, but we shall see.

I’m still feeling a bit overwhelmed by the volume of tasks that need to be tackled at work.  I’m just going to keep at it today, aiming to complete five tasks.  I was a bit tired yesterday, so I’ll probably leave after five or six hours.

morning

meditate

snow walk with dogs

healthy lunch

gentle exercise

work day

e-mail

mail mail

unexpected meeting

phone Peter

faculty EOR sign approvals

download funds

print budget as is and then work on “enhanced” budget

p card reallocation

phone job candidate

PAMS report (3/31)

Daniels financials

VP approval for Troy’s salary increase

post INS jobs

figure out mystery phone bills

p card documentation

Crenezumab – budget review & negotiate

Crenezumab – e Proposal

Janssen – budget review & negotiate

Janssen – e Proposal

Eisai – budget review & negotiate

Eisai – e Proposal

Roche Final Invoice (due before 7/21)

fraud, waste & abuse training (due 3/31/17)

HIPAA (3/31/17)

start Suven uTRAC

op indicators

faculty income vs salary report

fourth quarter nursing reconciliation & transfer

updated FFR (4/1)

review Amaranth amendment

complete first RATS class

investigate possible classes for PAMS

after work

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Comments on: "3/1/17 ftf, wren" (2)

  1. Keep taking care of yourself! It doesn’t matter how much work stacks up, you’ll never get it done if you’ve not rested sufficiently. And very best of luck with the oncologist – don’t forget, emotional stuff can be an energy drain that needs replenished, too ((hugs))

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