September 30, 2007, 11:00 am

Putting On the Links


Oh,what I would have given to have one of these sets when I was little!

That’s a whole freakin’ office in a box!

Can’t say much for the nurse’s cap, though. I could make a better one out of a piece of typing paper. I made a ton of caps back then.


Lots of things going on in the blogosphere, so I thought I’d dedicate a post to some of the happenings!

First of all, the iPhone contest is still going on over at Nursing Voices! You have until October 15th to register and post for a chance at not one, but two iPhones. Follow the link and if you win, I’ll be totally jealous!



The latest edition of SurgeXperiences is up today at Suture for a Living. Lots of good surgical stories, but the tiny MC Hammer dancing is worth the visit!


sumerDr. Sumer has brains and he’s happy to show you the MRIs to prove it!

Radiology Grand Rounds is now up over at Sumer’s Radiology Site.

Check out the great overview of pineal tumors!


Our good friend and fellow blogger, Doctor Anonymous is a talk show host! A BlogTalkRadio host, that is! His latest interview is with Dr. Rob of Musings of a Distractible Mind. His BlogTalkRadio site has all the info!


I was honored to be a guest blogger over at My post is about “Five Suggestions for Visiting the Emergency Department”, and can be found here.



Change of Shift will be hosted by GirlVet at Madness: Tales of an Emergency Room Nurse this coming Thursday. Submissions can be sent to mj.finn at hotmail dot com or through Blog Carnival.


  • Doctor Anonymous

    September 30, 2007 at 11:45 am

    Thanks so much for the plug! I really appreciate it!

  • kate

    September 30, 2007 at 2:54 pm

    It looks like she has that cap upside-down! It wouldn’t be so bad if the stripe went at the top.

  • rlbates

    October 1, 2007 at 5:19 am

    Thanks for the SurgExperience plug. Sure appreciate it.

  • Smidge

    October 2, 2007 at 11:48 am

    I think they should bring back the caps. Some of our ER Nurses, the male ones, would look just oh so adorable in them. HA!!

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