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Cialis 100 mg Susan, cialis 100 mg mother to a child dealing fighting cancer, cialis 100 mg describes a very personal encounter with one of his nurses in the heartwarming post Baby You Can Drive My Car, cialis 100 mg found at How Can I Keep From Singing?.

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Cialis 100 mg Deb Serani presents The Rich Rewards of Pro Bono Work posted at her well known blog, cialis 100 mg Dr. Cialis 100 mg Deborah Serani. Cialis 100 mg Interestingly enough, cialis 100 mg there is a clinic in a local city looking for volunteeers to staff a clinic for those who need health care but have no means. Cialis 100 mg I am actually considering volunteering a few hours a week. Cialis 100 mg Rather fortuitous timing of this submission!

Cialis 100 mg Mother Jones, cialis 100 mg RN at Nurse Rached’s Place sends in a heartwrenching post of loss and gain in “Help Me Say Goodbye“. Cialis 100 mg No synopsis will do it justice. Cialis 100 mg Get your kleenex handy…..

Cialis 100 mg I recently posted a missive here on Emergiblog with my ideas about How To Talk To Doctors. Cialis 100 mg I knew I had read a post addressing the same issue, cialis 100 mg but could not remember when or by whom.

Cialis 100 mg In response to my post, cialis 100 mg my “inspiration” re-posted her original topic and submitted it to Change of Shift, cialis 100 mg thereby saving my sanity by helping me remember where I had seen it!

Cialis 100 mg And so, cialis 100 mg with no further introduction needed, cialis 100 mg NPs Save Lives presents An Important Note Regarding Communication Between Healthcare Providers posted at The Nurse Practitioner’s Place. Cialis 100 mg And on her sister blog, cialis 100 mg Nurse Practitioner’s News a warning regarding antibiotic resistance in Nurse Practitioner News – MRSA is on the rise – BlogCharm


Cialis 100 mg Student Nurse Prisca at “N is for… Nurse” gives us all a reminder of that memorable first clinical experience in The Nerves. Cialis 100 mg It was five years before I quit getting acute abdominal cramping (to put it delicately) after a code, cialis 100 mg so I can totally relate.

Cialis 100 mg Gail Rae Hudson is not a nurse, cialis 100 mg but she practices nursing everyday of her life as her mother’s caretaker. Cialis 100 mg Her post, cialis 100 mg a practical take on a the old idea of “being in the moment” is actually a wonderful guide on how to prevent burnout. Cialis 100 mg Read How To Be Where You Are, cialis 100 mg one of many essays found at The Mom and Me Journals.

Cialis 100 mg No matter what the topic, cialis 100 mg Ron Hudson writes from the heart. Cialis 100 mg As a 21-year survivor with HIV, cialis 100 mg Ron gives nursing a big “thanks” in 2sides2ron: Homage to Nurses posted at 2sides2ron.


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(And she isn’t talking about bread…)


Thanks for checking out this week’s Change of Shift.  Our next edition will be in two weeks and hosted here at Emergiblog.  Send in your submissions via blog carnival or email me directly at “kmcallister911 at yahoo dot com”.

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  • Susan

    August 23, 2006 at 10:27 pm

    Great edition, Kim; thank you! And thank you for including me!

  • GruntDoc

    August 23, 2006 at 10:38 pm

    Change of Shift 1:5

    Welcome once again to Change of Shift: A Nursing Blog Carnival, the bi-weekly compendium of nursing-related postings from around the medical blogosphere. Modeled after the blogfather of all things medical, Grand Rounds, and shamelessly copied from Nic…

  • Deb

    August 24, 2006 at 9:06 am

    Wow, such great info here.

  • missbhavens

    August 24, 2006 at 2:50 pm

    heck of a collection!!!!

    Off to read now!

  • Keith, RN
    Keith, RN

    August 25, 2006 at 4:00 am

    Great shift, Kim. Sadly, I submitted something via Blog Carnival that perhaps never reached you. Sorry about that. Will try again next time. Great job, as usual.

  • That Girl
    That Girl

    August 25, 2006 at 11:34 am


  • NPs Save Lives
    NPs Save Lives

    August 26, 2006 at 7:45 pm

    Thanks for including me in the shift Kim!

  • Prisca

    August 27, 2006 at 6:40 am

    Thanks for including me in this edition–you did a great job! :0)

  • Gail Rae Hudson
    Gail Rae Hudson

    August 27, 2006 at 12:26 pm

    I finally made it back here, Kim. Aside from this being a great carnival, I love your journal…especially your “About Me” explanation.
    Thank you for including my post. I’m honored.
    Such great stuff here! Carry on!

  • Gail Rae Hudson
    Gail Rae Hudson

    August 27, 2006 at 12:57 pm

    Back, again. Just wanted you to know, Kim, that I added your carnival to my list of carnivals in which my journal participates. Sorry I didn’t do this, before. I didn’t realize you were hosting a carnival. Hope this widens your visibility and brings you some hits from some different places.

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