June 26, 2008, 5:06 pm

Change of Shift gets a 20 Out of 10!

…is being hosted this week by Braden at 20 Out of 10 and it has to be one of the most comprehensive look at the nursing blogosphere I’ve seen.

Braden requested, and actually went looking for, posts that showcased the diverse job opportunities available to professional registered nurses.

Let’s just say he was VERY thorough!

Do check out this edition – it’s a keeper! And many,many thanks to Braden for putting it together and hosting for Change of Shift this week!


I will be taking over hosting duties for the July 10th edition of Change of Shift as it begins it’s third year!

And I have something unusual planned.

I’d like all nurse bloggers to go back, and some of us have to WAAAAAY back, to our very first post

…and that’s what I want you to submit!

Along with your intitial foray into blogging, send some information on why you started blogging to begin with and how you feel you have grown as a blogger. Just a short bit of info I can use to introduce the post.

Now I’ve been blogging for almost three full years, and I KNOW some of y’all were blogging long before me.

So, new blogger, old blogger, it doesn’t matter. If you are a nurse, Iet’s go back to when you started blogging!

Submit to me with the contact button up top or use Blog Carnival.


  • Beth

    June 27, 2008 at 4:25 am

    Wow, Kim – I LOVE this idea! I have been a little lazy about submitting to CoS but I will be sure to participate in the next one. Should be a very interesting read.

  • NPs Save Lives

    June 29, 2008 at 12:09 pm

    Looking forward to looking back the good old days of schooling stressors. Things have sure changed since then..

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