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Cialis professional 100 mg Mark is a nursing student with a vision of a logical health care system using expanded roles for nurses and increased MD specialists. Cialis professional 100 mg He articulates this vision in Nurses are not Doctors posted at Mark On The World. Cialis professional 100 mg What do you think? My bet is that Mark gets the most comments this week!

Cialis professional 100 mg Max E Nurse presents two supreme examples of “Open Mouth, cialis professional 100 mg Insert Foot” syndrome in Say what? « It shouldn’t happen in health care posted at It Shouldn’t Happen in Health Care. Cialis professional 100 mg Feel free to add your own “foot-in-mouth” experiences in the comments!


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Want to know how to end the nursing shortage? Ask volunteer ER pastor Susan Palwick. Cialis professional 100 mg She explains her solution in How To End The Nursing Shortage, cialis professional 100 mg posted at Rickety Contrivances of Doing Good. Cialis professional 100 mg I give my full and hearty support to her last suggestion!

Public Service Announcement! Nurse Ratched is not perfect! Why, cialis professional 100 mg she documents it herself in Shoot Me, cialis professional 100 mg I’m Not Perfect at the always entertaining Nurse Ratched’s Place! Would someone tell me how to get one of those Fujitsu robots?


Meet “Wanderer”, cialis professional 100 mg a new nurse and the owner and proprietor of “Lost on the Floor: A Nursing Story”. Cialis professional 100 mg Wanderer tells of learning the hard way in “The ‘Q’ Word”. Cialis professional 100 mg Another “welcome to the blogosphere” moment!

Checking in with Medscape nurse Beka, cialis professional 100 mg she gets a job lead from a colleague in a most unusual place! Find out where in Jeans and Madonna at Medscape Nurses.

I can’t believe it has been an entire year since I first heard about the campaign for a National Nurse. Cialis professional 100 mg In honor of the anniversary, cialis professional 100 mg I will link to my original post from April of 2006. Cialis professional 100 mg If you haven’t visited the site, cialis professional 100 mg please do and consider making a donation to what has developed from a grass-roots organization into a bona fide Political Action Committee! I explain why in “The Office of National Nurse”.


And that wraps it up for this edition of Change of Shift!

The next CoS will be hosted by Erica at Blissful Entropy on April 19th. Cialis professional 100 mg Send your submissions to erica at letterperfectediting dot com or use Blog Carnival.

If you are interested in hosting, cialis professional 100 mg don’t hesitate to write.

Thanks to all who submitted and to all those who link to and support Change of Shift!

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  • Nurse Teri
    Nurse Teri

    April 4, 2007 at 7:28 pm


    Thanks so much for the mention of the National Nurse!! Hoping your readers submit their emails to receive the newsletter and also that they sign the petition. The excitement regarding creating an Office of the National Nurse continues to grow!

  • linda lou
    linda lou

    April 4, 2007 at 7:38 pm

    Lots of great stuff as always. Thanks Kim!

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    April 4, 2007 at 8:38 pm

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  • N=1

    April 5, 2007 at 7:01 am

    Thanks, Kim – your usual excellence is evident in this edition.

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  • AlisonH

    April 5, 2007 at 10:47 am

    Thanks, Kim. I hope you don’t mind my commenting that I winced at the “suffers from” lupus and Crohn’s. I run away, hard, at anything that smacks of poor-little-me-ism. I have those, but it’s just life.

  • Kim

    April 5, 2007 at 10:56 am

    Hi Alison,

    That is a great point – will keep it in mind in future posts!

    Kim : )

  • Kim

    April 6, 2007 at 1:54 pm

    Hey my friend. We have registerd for school. We are going to be nurses!!


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  • unsinkablemb

    April 8, 2007 at 1:08 pm

    Great stuff, Kim! Thanks for hosting… 🙂 Hope all is well with you!

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