A new report by the AIA (of which I am a member) states:

“there is strong evidence that adequate lighting is essential for staff performing visual tasks in hospitals, and poor lighting conditions can result in errors.”

So you are telling me that performing surgeries and other procedures with adequate lighting actually reduces errors?

What will they find next? Maybe the next report will state that if healthcare providers wash their hands on a regular basis, infections will be reduced.

Question #1: Who paid for this report, and for how much?

I could have provided a more entertaining finding with half the money.

Question #2: Are these the same researchers that the government hires as well?

I need to pick up this gig for some extra ca$h.