I've decided to get the ball rolling on the new "Unexpected Reaction Report Form" to show that it doesn't necessarily have to be something negative. I want all sorts of reports of reactions that were either different or adverse from what was intended so the experts can discuss what might be done differently next time to elicit a different response. So I'm going to send out my own unexpected reaction to one of my cremes and see what they send back to me. The case is very interesting: one of our nurses suffers from extreme restless leg syndrome. In desperation, she took home some of the crème we use for muscular aches and pains at the hospice and she reported that it stopped the movement instantaneously. So although the crème is intended for muscles, the unexpected reaction is that it also works for restless leg syndrome. This will be the first case report for the newsletter. If you'd like to receive the newsletter, drop me a line via the Contact form on www.scentsibility.net and share your email address with me and I'll make sure you get it.
One advantage of working in hospice is that I get to play with all the therapy dogs. This is Asher, a Corgi.