If you recognized the title of this post as an old Pepsi slogan it means just one thing.
You are old.
Is it just me or does Nurse Pepsi Pam have a major crush on Dr. Diet Pepsi here?
She looks like she hasn’t grown into her uniform yet, and I don’t think they make stethoscopes like his anymore.
Nice ad, except for her flat-cap syndrome. Drops the rating to a 7/10 on the ECRS*.
Not only is it “time out for Pepsi”, but it is also “time out” for this week’s Grand Rounds!!!
A veritable potpourri of topics and blogs to choose from this week, nicely hosted by Dr. Stuart Henochowicz at Medviews (newly added to my blogroll!).
I’m curled up on the sofa, got my coffee, got my cat laying on my feet and I’m ready for some readin’!
(*Emergiblog Cap Rating Scale)
Two things stood out this edition: (a) actually seeing a myocardial infarct on a CT – I didn’t know that was possible and (b) the photo of Dr. Peng Hui Lee in the “About Me” section of the blog.
If that’s really him, it’s pretty funny . (How was I supposed to know radiologists had a sense of humor? I work night shift and never see them! : D)
Next: the weekly call for submission for Change of Shift!
The nursing blog carnival returns to Emergiblog on April 5th and submission will be accepted until 1700 on April 4th (Pacific Time). So….
…..if you are a nurse, a nursing student, have a story about a nurse, or just happen to have a friend whose Grandmother’s boyfriend’s daughter is a nurse, grab those posts and send them to me!
Use the contact button up top of Emergiblog or go through the always efficient Blog Carnival. Be sure to put “Change of Shift” in the subject line so I don’t miss it!