A year ago, Grand Rounds was hosted by Fat Doctor.
After a very eventful year for our favorite famine resistant colleague, she is back again with her “witty brilliance” present and accounted for!
Again, many blogs that are new to me are highlighted this week – the medical blogosphere just keeps expanding!
Take in this week’s offerings here.
(Don’t forget that Change of Shift will be hosted this Thursday at Blissful Entropy. Email your submissions to erica at letterperfectediting dot com.)
I think I’m going to stop watching the news. I’m not sure I can take anymore of what we’ve seen these last two days.
I’m heartsick over the massacre that occurred at Virginia Tech.
Like everyone else today, I am trying hard to get my mind around what happened.
Evil is incomprehensible.
As the mother of a current college student, I’m suddenly anxious for the safety of my adult son. As the mother of a daughter who will attend college in a year, safety is now a primary criteria for her college selection.
I grieve for the children and for the professors. I ache for the parents and family and friends and classmates.
Today my prayers, like those of everyone else, go out to the families of the victims and to the Virginia Tech community.