I really need to fix my mental image of 'afternoon' since to me it means anytime after noon and for everyone who works it appearently means after 16\4pm. :blobsleepless:

@aflightybroad I got a tip from a nurse friend to not use abstract measurements and instead specifically say between X o clock and Y o clock, appearently that's something they learn in nurse school because it causes problems otherwise.

@aflightybroad So going to try to remember to use that approach from now on

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