November 29, 2007, 7:35 pm

Doctor Anonymous and Change of Shift: A Match Made on BlogTalkRadio!



Yep! Our very own Dr. Anonymous graciously offered to host this edition of Change of Shiftand he offered “on the air” during his BlogTalkRadio show, so he couldn’t back out!

It’s always fun when I can sit back and read the posts (I didn’t peek before I forwarded the submissions!) and I intend to do just that!

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It seems that my middle name lately is “better late than never”, so I did want to give a belated link to Prudence, MD for her great work on this week’s Grand Rounds (all the way from the Philippines), and a link on the Emergiblog Doctor Blogroll!

This means I get two lattes, one for Change of Shift and one for Grand Rounds!


From the “I-show-up-where-I-least-expect-it” file located in the Shameless-Self-Promotion department:

If you read “Fitness” magazine, I’m quoted in the December issue article on how to stay healthy. I’m on the sidebar!

Remember the post I did awhile back on The site has been renovated with a new perspective and now is called! A much more positive outlook, and Candy from Advance for Nurses and Rita from MSSP Nexus
both emailed me to tell me I’d been quoted in the CareSeek, Inc. press release!

(Trust me, neither quote will ever make it to Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations….)


  • Doctor Anonymous

    November 29, 2007 at 8:20 pm

    This was a lot of fun. Thanks so much for the opportunity to host Change of Shift!

  • Mother Jones RN

    November 30, 2007 at 4:07 am

    We are in the presents of greatness. I bow before thee, Great ER Nurse. *snort*

    Congrats, girlfriend! I’ll stop by my favorite bookstore today and buy the latest edition of Fitness magazine. Will you autograph my copy?


  • Candy

    November 30, 2007 at 8:42 am

    Should that be better latte than never…?

    Thanks for my link, too — you are spoken of reverently in my house!

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