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Cialis 100 mg A big Change of Shift congratulations goes out to medical colleague and fellow blogger Sumer Sethi for being named the new editor-in-chief of the Internet Journal of Radiology. Cialis 100 mg The first edition under his tutelage is here! Congrats Sumer!!!!!

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Here’s a submission from an unexpected source: the Wall Street Journal! Check out the article Nurses Can Help Care for Workers’ Mental-Health Needs. Cialis 100 mg The link should be good for a week. Cialis 100 mg Actually, cialis 100 mg it sounds like a great job – I wonder if you can work from home!


ERNursey comes through this week with a post on The New Customer Service Model in hospitals. Cialis 100 mg I only have one word to say about his post: ditto! As Randy Jackson would say, cialis 100 mg she’s just keepin’ it real! (Not that I’m watching American Idol. Cialis 100 mg Or anything.)

We have a new contributor this week! Meet The Loco Days of Locolorenzo! In Greed…How Quickly It Corrupts, cialis 100 mg he discusses his philosophy on Deal or No Deal and tries to come to terms with competing demands in the ICU as a student nurse

Cialis 100 mg Mark on the World waxes poetic about one of my favorite artists – Norman Rockwell and wonders when “caring” crosses the line to “enabling” as patients dictate their own care in Doctor Knows Best. Cialis 100 mg An artistic, cialis 100 mg and interesting post. Cialis 100 mg He’s looking for opinions – what’s yours?


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Synopsis: Should we recommend online heath records to people? Even for those who don’t know the history of
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I was reading Beka’s blog over at In Our Own Words (the Medscape Nurses blog) and got a kick out of this story about Anti-Complaining. Cialis 100 mg Folks, cialis 100 mg I am the world’s biggest whiner! Could you meet the challenge not to complain?

And that wraps up this edition! I think the next edition is here, cialis 100 mg but I have a doctor-in-the-wings who wants to host and my scrambled egg brain can’t remember if it is the next edition! I’ll check in with him tomorrow. Cialis 100 mg In the meantime send all submissions to me via the link up top (contact button) or through Blog Carnival!



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My name is Kim, and I'm a nurse in the San Francisco Bay area. I've been a nurse for 33 years; I graduated in 1978 with my ADN. My experience is predominately Emergency and Critical Care, and I have also worked in Psychiatry and Pediatrics. I made the decision to be a nurse back in 1966 at the age of nine...

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