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Cialis for women Welcome to the Eighth edition of Change of Shift: A Nursing Blog Carnival!

Cialis for women Many thanks to kt, cialis for women our wonderful guest host from edition number seven!

Cialis for women New submitters, cialis for women varied and interesting topics (secrets, cialis for women miniskirts) and stimulating differences of opinion continue to make Change of Shift a great place to waste spend time on your computer!

Cialis for women And now, cialis for women without further ado, cialis for women I present Change of Shift, cialis for women Volume One, cialis for women Number Eight!


Cialis for women Dr. Cialis for women Crippen from NHS Blog Doctor submits this letter he received from an RN in England in A Nurse Writes. To fully appreciate why the nurse is working in these conditions, cialis for women let’s put into perspective where the effort, cialis for women time and money in the NHS is going. Cialis for women Read Essence of Care. Cialis for women Truly mind-boggling.

Cialis for women Hannah Railing presents a well-written post that was actually a nursing class paper in –Delegation in Nursing Practice: Case Studies & Article Review posted at Milliner’s Dream. Hannah’s submission reminds me that I’m going to have to start writing papers again in my BSN program. Cialis for women Ah, cialis for women man, cialis for women you mean I just can’t blog my way to a BSN?

Cialis for women Speaking of working your way up, cialis for women Mother Jones at Nurse Ratched’s Place tells of a colleague who led a very unique lifestyle while working her way through nursing school. Cialis for women The story is entitled Love Nurse, cialis for women and it is not a tawdry novel! It may, cialis for women however, cialis for women make you blush.


A new discovery for me, cialis for women student-nurse Sean, cialis for women a veteran blogger and a fellow night-person writes about why the night shift is so special in Night Stories. Cialis for women See the rest of his wonderful work at Nurse Sean.

Cialis for women Awesome Mom does part-time duty as an inadvertent nursing instructor as she and son Evan are assigned Student Nurses during his recent surgery. Cialis for women It isn’t easy when all your caregivers are novices. Cialis for women You’ll find this posted at The Adventures Of An Awesome (Sometimes) Mother.

Cialis for women Shhhh! Just between you and me, cialis for women Dr. Cialis for women Wes sends in a touching story of the Little Secrets between a patient and his nurse at his blog, cialis for women entitled….what else? Dr. Cialis for women Wes! Is it just me, cialis for women or are cardiologists, cialis for women like, cialis for women totally cool?


Remember when you realized nursing would be your life? New blogger Alyson describes her journey to that moment in My Journey to Nursing, cialis for women found at her brand-new blog RN Wannabe. Cialis for women Stop by, cialis for women say hi and welcome a new colleague to the medical blogosphere!

As nurses, cialis for women we care for people of all faiths, cialis for women including their spiritual needs. Cialis for women Did you know that you don’t have to be a chaplain to perform a baptism? Susan Palwick, cialis for women our resident volunteer ER Chaplain, cialis for women explains the situation in Emergency Baptism for Everybody at Rickety Contivances of Doing Good. Cialis for women This post deserves a wide audience and is included in all “Rounds” this week.

Susan discusses how her experiences in ER have affected her faith and beliefs, cialis for women describing experiences that ER nurses and doctors will recognize. Cialis for women A post that raises as many questions as it answers. Cialis for women Check out Heaven and Earth, cialis for women Horatio.


Rounding out Susan’s trifecta is a pat on the back to nurses in general in Grand Rounds and Praise For Good Nurses. Why, cialis for women thank you ma’am!

Kleenex alert! Relationships with our patients are telescoped into short periods of time, cialis for women but we attach and grieve just the same. Cialis for women Rosebuttons bids goodbye in Rest Now, cialis for women My Friend at Knitting in the Dark. Cialis for women We never forget.

Fellow Nursing Voices blogger May at About A Nurse tells of a poignant encounter with a patient who personified “making a difference”. Cialis for women Find out this woman’s amazing story at Army, cialis for women RN. Cialis for women War is hell. Cialis for women And it doesn’t stop once you come home.


Mona at The Tangled Neuron attended a Dementia Resource Fair and came away amazed at how little real information was available for caregivers in The Demential Fair and Information Disconnect. Cialis for women It sounds like it was put on for the facility instead of the caregivers.

Dr. Cialis for women Crippen weighs in again with this tidbit from Romania, cialis for women a truly revolutionary breakthrough in nursing science. Cialis for women Check it out at It’s the Simple Ideas. All I can say is that the powers-that-be in Romania have never seen my legs.

In a more serious vein, cialis for women Dr. Cialis for women Crippen posts a letter from a student nurse herself bemoaning the state of nursing in the NHS. Cialis for women I’d tell you all to come over here to the USA, cialis for women but Great Britian needs you, cialis for women badly. Cialis for women Find the letter here: Student Nurse Writes.


I was so happy to see this submission in my mailbox! Oncology nurse (and previous guest host of Change of Shift) kt gives a “course” for those of you fortunate enough to live with a nurse. Cialis for women Find the class requirements at Nursing Syllabus. Cialis for women Make a copy and give it to every single member of your family! It will be on the final!

Have you all had a chance to meet the Medscape nursing bloggers?

These dynamic ladies are not only nurses, cialis for women but are also dealing with health issues themselves, cialis for women so they have seen the world from both sides of the gurney!

Meet Beka an ICU nurse and an about to be newly-minted Nurse Practitioner (heading for Morrocco!) and Julie, cialis for women an endocrinology Nurse Practitioner heading for a cancer-free life after finishing her chemotherapy. Cialis for women Excellent blogs, cialis for women both!


What? You haven’t heard the Saving the Ring technique? Well, cialis for women I’ve never heard it explained better than AC does it over at Protect the Airway. Cialis for women Never had to try it yet, cialis for women but you watch, cialis for women I’ll use it tonight at work!

My humble entry this week describes why the motivation to work hard has to come from inside because there is rarely an extrinsic reward for doing so. Cialis for women Read my example in What Exactly Is My Motivation For This Scene? right here at Emergiblog.


Thanks for checking out this edition of Change of Shift. Cialis for women The next edition, cialis for women barring any offers to host (hint), cialis for women will be here at Emergiblog on October 19th.

Don’t forget to check out Pediatric Grand Rounds, cialis for women here on October 8th. Cialis for women There is still time to send in your submissions so if you take care of kids, cialis for women have a kid, cialis for women so even see a kid on the street, cialis for women send in your story!

Oh boy, cialis for women and then in a couple of weeks I get to do Grand Rounds! Call me the Queen of Carnivals.

If this keeps up I’m going to start craving funnel cakes and cotton candy…..

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  • Susan

    October 4, 2006 at 6:21 pm

    Great edition, Kim! (And I never dreamed you’d use all three of my posts. I actually sent them so you could pick and choose. Eeeeep! But thank you!)

  • Airway Control
    Airway Control

    October 4, 2006 at 8:05 pm

    Excellen job. Looking forward to reading all of the posts.

    Congrats on the success of CoS.

  • Cathy

    October 4, 2006 at 11:33 pm

    Kim, I cannot believe how this has grown with each edition. I learn so much from you nurses. Thank you for the hard work you do in your profession.

  • kt

    October 5, 2006 at 4:37 am

    great job kim! this keeps growing with each edition!!

  • Mona Johnson
    Mona Johnson

    October 5, 2006 at 7:16 am

    Kim, nice job pulling it all together, as always. I really enjoy reading through the submissions.

  • laura

    October 5, 2006 at 11:10 am

    new here.
    these entries are all great. i have stayed awake this morning reading….who needs sleep, right?
    seriously, i have an entry for your consideration for pediatric grand rounds. where do i send it?
    i’ll be back here again for sure.

  • enoch choi
    enoch choi

    October 5, 2006 at 2:56 pm

    you made tailrank!
    it lists others who link to you

  • Dr John Crippen
    Dr John Crippen

    October 5, 2006 at 4:15 pm

    Great stuff, Kim. And thanks for listing the articlesl in UK nursing, one actually written by a nurse.

    It would be great to have comments from USA nurses. Is your training and profession going the same way?


  • Awesome Mom
    Awesome Mom

    October 5, 2006 at 7:02 pm

    Wonderful edition!!

  • […] I just wanted to drag in any stragglers to Change of Shift. I actually have a post featured there! YAY! Lots of good nurse stuff. […]

  • Sean

    October 6, 2006 at 8:29 am

    Awesome stuff! Thanks for including me 🙂

  • Donna-Lee Moore-Stout RN, CCRN
    Donna-Lee Moore-Stout RN, CCRN

    October 14, 2006 at 1:08 pm

    Guess I have been hiding under a rug between the hospital, my coffee cup and my business… just found all of these nursing blogs and am in heaven reading the marvelous things you all are writing! I will be back as we all need an infusion of the great medicine that we deliver!

  • Ethlyne J Davidson,RN,CMT
    Ethlyne J Davidson,RN,CMT

    October 16, 2006 at 10:24 am

    Hi there,
    So exciting to read other nurses’ writings! I have not made a recent entry, but I mmade many during my cancer journey. More to follow soon.
    Thanks for this site.

  • barbara  woods
    barbara woods

    October 20, 2006 at 4:46 pm

    Can you help I’m the mother of a new graduate working in an New York City hospital who is suffering under reverse discrimination . Have you been there and what can you suggest? thanks working rn since 1963

  • […] Change of Shift, the nursing blog carnival, is up at Emergiblog. […]

  • sue s
    sue s

    December 24, 2006 at 4:40 pm

    Nurses – where have you been all my nurse life?!! It is so nice to know we all share the same crap every day.

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My name is Kim, and I'm a nurse in the San Francisco Bay area. I've been a nurse for 33 years; I graduated in 1978 with my ADN. My experience is predominately Emergency and Critical Care, and I have also worked in Psychiatry and Pediatrics. I made the decision to be a nurse back in 1966 at the age of nine...

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