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Viagra usa Welcome to Volume 3, viagra usa Number 2 of Change of Shift!

Viagra usa New year, viagra usa new logo!

Viagra usa I tried, viagra usa I really tried, viagra usa to make a logo that wasn’t blue but I just could not do it.

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Viagra usa Many thanks to all who have contributed this week, viagra usa and to those who contributed but don’t realize it yet!

Viagra usa As soon as I am done with this edition, viagra usa I will be updating the CoS calendar to run through the end of the year. Viagra usa If you are interested in hosting an edition, viagra usa just let me know!


I’m going to start off with a nurse blogger who is so new, viagra usa she only has three posts! Meet FlautoNP, viagra usa a nurse practitioner who is also a flautist! She posts a hilarious video that happens to be The Best Way to Learn Arrythmias. Viagra usa Be sure to watch it to the very end. Viagra usa (She will also be rather surprised to find it on Change of Shift, viagra usa but I saw this just could not resist! ) Welcome to the blogosphere!

Our Mother Jones tells us the conclusion of her recent work predicament in It’s Always the Nurse’s Fault, viagra usa Part II at Nurse Ratched’s Place. Viagra usa (For those who missed it: Part I) Alas, viagra usa no Las Vegas for her. Viagra usa (I can’t even think of Las Vegas without that atrocious “Viva Viagra!” commercial popping into my head! Ugh!)

I don’t know about you, viagra usa but nursing has done a number on my back! A long time contributor to Change of Shift, viagra usa Dean Moyer of The Back Pain Blog shares information about Aquatic Therapy for Back Pain. Viagra usa Be sure to check out the cartoon at the end – and make sure you have swallowed all beverages before you do! : D


Miss Elaine gets her first patient with an acetaminophen OD in Acetaminophen: Good for Headaches, viagra usa Bad For Liver. Don’t forget to send congrats her way as she has passed all tests and is officially an RN! You can find her blog at Miss-Elaine-ious, viagra usaRN.

Viagra usa Jen Carroll was voted Valedictorian of her nursing class and presents a great post on Writing a Valedictory Speech. Viagra usa What is amazing, viagra usa is much of what she wrote can work for any speech or even writing for your blog! The speech itself gave me goosebumps and took me back to my own pinning ceremony. Viagra usa Well done Jen, viagra usa and congratulations. Viagra usa Her entry can be found on mendelbrot!.

Viagra usa Have a patient who is going to be laid up for awhile, viagra usa or ever find yourself in that position? Just thinking about puts 10 pounds on me. Viagra usa In Forced to Rest? Watch your Weight!, viagra usa Heather Johnson goes over some tips that can help your patients avoid weight gain associated with enforced rest. Viagra usa She also wrote a post on Relaxation Tips for Nurses at Stuffed Nurse. Viagra usa I’m not sure what a “stuffed nurse” is, viagra usa but it’s pretty much how I feel after a pot luck.


Over at NurseLinkUp there is an article by Keith entitled: Measles, viagra usa Mumps and Rubella, viagra usa Oh My! A great overview of vaccines for healthcare workers, viagra usa It hit close to home as I just had all my titers checked. Viagra usa I’ve had measles, viagra usa mumps, viagra usa rubella, viagra usa varicella – it’s a wonder we nurses-of-a-certain-age made it through childhood!

Viagra usa Katie Bee links to a story about overworked (and penalized) social workers as she wonders Could We Switch the Word Nurse for Social Worker? posted at Young and Restless Nurse. Viagra usa Sounds like they need mandated ratios.

Viagra usa The Nurse Came With the Room is a thought provoking post by Nurse Kathy at NurseConnect wondering just who will be held responsible for preventing the hospital-acquired conditions that will no longer be covered by Medicare/Medicaid. Viagra usa Weigh in with your opinion in the comments section. Viagra usa Then check out Kathy’s take on Nurses and the Media. Viagra usa Have we made any progress?


What makes a nurse a “Professional”? Nurse Laura at Nurse Connect has some ideas in Professionalism: Is it Different in Our World? Are we different? Should we be different? Join in the conversation at Laura’s blog.

Viagra usa With an aging population, viagra usa we will be caring for larger groups of older patients. Viagra usa Alvaro at SharpBrains looks Computerized Cognitive Assessments: Opportunities and Concerns. Viagra usa You’ll be surprised at who is using computerized cognitive assessments and why!

Viagra usa Okay, viagra usa it’s official get-out-your-kleenex time. Viagra usa New nurse RNTed paints a vivid picture of critical care and connecting with her patient in Interventions and Outcomes posted at Vertical & Ventilating. Viagra usa Beautiful post

Oh man, viagra usa Beka at Medscape Nurses read my mind when she penned Are You Ready to Quit Nursing? Surveys reveal that unbelievable numbers of us are ready to at least leave our current jobs. Viagra usa Find out what the survey said and discuss the state of your workplace!


And that’s it for this edition of Change of Shift! Our next edition will be on August 7th right here at Emergiblog. Viagra usa Be sure to check out the schedule once it is up for future editions and hosts!

Thanks for reading!

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    July 24, 2008 at 3:43 am

    Thanks for another great CoS Kim, for including my post, and for a great new logo. I know were I’ll be spending the next couple of days on the internet…

    Cheers, Jen

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    July 24, 2008 at 4:55 am

    Love the new logo! It’s blue, it’s you! Thanks for including my post.


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    July 24, 2008 at 5:33 am


    I am one of the “contributors” who didn’t even know that I had contributed! Thanks for including me!

    All the best,


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    July 24, 2008 at 9:06 am

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    July 25, 2008 at 11:48 am

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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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