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This edition of Change of Shift marks the beginning of its third year.

Viagra for woman In celebration, viagra for woman I asked nurse bloggers to send in their first posts and tell us a bit about why they started blogging.

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Viagra for woman Let’s get started!


Geena has been blogging at Code Blog since 2002! She was the first nurse blogger I found (after I realizing here were other nurses in the blogosphere), viagra for woman and getting a button on her website meant you had “arrived”. Viagra for woman I was thrilled when Emergiblog made the list. Viagra for woman Here, viagra for woman in one of her first posts, viagra for woman is a heart stopping story (no pun intended) of a patient who just had to mess with his equipment! Her latest post is Shift Change.


I wasn’t the only blogger jump-started by Geena! Disappearing John has been blogging since 2004. Viagra for woman I’ll let him tell the story:

I cheated. Viagra for woman This is my second post. Viagra for woman I originally started my blog with no idea where it was going. Viagra for woman I had recently had gastric bypass surgery and the stress from that, viagra for woman coupled with being in nursing school, viagra for woman was causing stress in my relationship, viagra for woman so I found some blogs, viagra for woman that led me to more blogs, viagra for woman that led me to more blogs, viagra for woman and so on. Viagra for woman Reading my first few posts, viagra for woman I am struck by a few things: I obviously had not heard of “spell check” yet, viagra for woman and it is fun to read some of the wonder in my “voice” as I worked in various roles during school. Viagra for woman It has been almost three years for me as a blogger, viagra for woman and it is truly the longest hobby (and cheapest hobby) I have ever had… My favorite ear;y post was actually my ninth, viagra for woman titled “I miss my best friend”. Viagra for woman Geena, viagra for woman at CodeBlog stumbled across it when I submitted something else for a new thing called “Grand Rounds” and politely included my drivel with the writings of so many other medical bloggers. Viagra for woman From that day, viagra for woman I was hooked….

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Viagra for woman NPs Save Lives has been blogging since February of 2005. Viagra for woman She tells about her blogging history and where it has taken her in How The Nurse Practitioner’s Place Was Born posted at The Nurse Practitioner’s Place. Viagra for woman Geena was one of her first readers, viagra for woman too. Viagra for woman Are you detecting a pattern here?

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Viagra for woman Crystal wasn’t “Nurse Pickle” when she started blogging but she is now! Another alumnus of the “Class of 2005”, viagra for woman she notes:

Looking back, viagra for woman I didn’t realize it has been almost three years since I started my blog. Viagra for woman I originally started my blog while I was working on my pre-reqs to get into nursing school. Viagra for woman It was meant as a way for me “talk” about things going on in my life. Viagra for woman I’m now a nurse and still blogging. Viagra for woman I talk a lot about my transition and my everyday life. Viagra for woman Nothing too exciting! Thanks for taking me back down memory lane!

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Viagra for woman Girl in Greenwood is now an RN, viagra for woman but back in July of 2004 she was still working toward being accepted to a nursing school. Viagra for woman She’s come a long way, viagra for woman but you can see her first steps in girl in greenwood: get thyself to a nursing school, viagra for woman go! posted at girl in greenwood.

Viagra for woman Our student nurse colleague at Brain Scramble is coming up on the first anniversary of her blog (August, viagra for woman 2007) and she introduces herself in Welcome to Brain Scramble‚ She notes:

I started blogging because, viagra for woman firstly, viagra for woman writing is just something I have to do. Viagra for woman It’s been that way for as long as I can remember. Viagra for woman Secondly, viagra for woman I wanted a way to really investigate the things I experienced in nursing school and beyond. Viagra for woman This is no ordinary profession, viagra for woman as you well know. Viagra for woman I also wanted to connect with other nurses and nursing students around the country, viagra for woman to share in their experiences as well. Viagra for woman I have come to realize that nurse bloggers make up a very special part of our profession, viagra for woman and I’m proud to be a part of it.

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Viagra for woman New RN Miss-Elaine-ious has been blogging since September of 2007. Viagra for woman Her first post was entitled The Life and Times of a Long Term Student. Viagra for woman Elaine says:

I have yet to have my first anniversary of blogging, viagra for woman but so far it has been a great way to reflect on the happenings of transitioning from being a student nurse, viagra for woman to Registered Nurse and a new grad working in the Emergency Department. Viagra for woman I originally found medical/nursing blogging because I was interested in learning the TRUE aspects of the job, viagra for woman and whether I would like nursing. Viagra for woman Alhough I still haven’t decided 100%, viagra for woman so far I’m liking what I am doing, viagra for woman and I hope that continues. Viagra for woman In the end, viagra for woman I love the health care field, viagra for woman and nursing allows me to be truly immersed in it. Viagra for woman

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Oh my! I’m a Blog Mother! Mother Jones over at Nurse Ratched’s Place began her blogging career on June 26, viagra for woman 2006 and when asked why she started, viagra for woman she replied, viagra for woman

It was because of YOU! Remember? You encouraged me to write a blog because I told you that I had a twisted sense of humor. Viagra for woman Thank you for being my blog buddy and for help me launch my new career.

Well, viagra for woman you’re welcome! Indeed your twisted sense of humor has made for some interesting, viagra for woman thought provoking and hilarious posts. Viagra for woman Nurse Ratched’s Place is also the second home of CoS, viagra for woman having hosted seven times! Meet Mother Jones as she introduced herself in Mother Jones – RN. Her latest post is It’s Always the Nurse’s Fault.


Wanderer at Lost on the Floor has revamped his original post to include some “color commentary”. Viagra for woman He’s been blogging since March of 2007. Viagra for woman Here is You Never Forget Your First.

I don’t think any look back at the nursing blogosphere is complete without including Mediblogopathy. Viagra for woman Started in November of 2004 by Hypnokitten, viagra for woman she, viagra for woman too, viagra for woman was a reader of Geena’s. Viagra for woman Later she was joined by Paeds, viagra for woman RN. Viagra for woman Being named “Nurse Blog of the Month” in November of 2005 by Mediblogopathy was a thrill for me and I’ll always be grateful to Hypnokitten for the honor. Viagra for woman Although there have been no postings for a year, viagra for woman this edition of CoS would not be complete without the first post of this blog, viagra for woman I Had to do It!


As for Emergiblog, viagra for woman my motivations for blogging can be found right here on the site. Viagra for woman I started on August 1, viagra for woman 2005 and will begin my fourth year of blogging in a couple of weeks. Viagra for woman I’ll include my second post, viagra for woman entitled Circadian Rhythm Caper. Viagra for woman This was the post that caught the eye of Bora, viagra for woman who included a link the week he hosted Grand Rounds. Viagra for woman The rest, viagra for woman as they say, viagra for woman is…well…still going strong!


To all the nurses who blog and who took the time to share their beginnings with us in this special edition of Change of Shift, viagra for woman thank you! To all the nurses (and doctors!) who hosted Change of Shift, viagra for woman my heartfelt gratitude.

There are many wonderful nurse bloggers who can be found below the posts in my links section. Viagra for woman Check them out!

So here’s to many more years of writing and many more blogs by nurses. Viagra for woman I’ll have the rest of the year up on the Change of Shift page – anyone who wants to host, viagra for woman please let me know!


The next Change of Shift will be here at Emergiblog. Viagra for woman Use the contact button or Blog Carnival to submit. Viagra for woman Those whose submissions I could not use this week due to the theme of the edition are welcome to submit for the next edition

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  • Braden

    July 9, 2008 at 10:02 pm

    It is great to see the beginnings of so many Nursing Blogs. Thank you for the opportunity last time to host the Change of Shift, and your theme this time really complements mine and gives the CoS great continuity.

    Marlon Brando may be the Godfather, but you are certainly the Blogmother!

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  • RehabRN

    July 10, 2008 at 3:55 am

    I started blogging in my current blog after I started my first one, 1nurseonmyway, while I was waiting to go to nursing school.

    It was my relief valve, because I was working in a job and I knew I’d have to quit within the first six months. Escaping daily to blog helped me keep my sanity.

    Now, I still do it for the sanity thing, but I’m also enjoying the other folks on the blogosphere.
    And, besides, this reminds me of my webmaster work, so I love it. Just like nursing, it’s never a dull moment.

  • Beth

    July 10, 2008 at 4:14 am

    Great addition, Kim! It makes me proud to be a part of this group.

    I really don’t think I could have gotten through my first year of nursing without the support of the nurse blogger community.

  • Crystal

    July 10, 2008 at 7:58 am

    Thanks for all you do to make this work! 🙂

  • NPs Save Lives
    NPs Save Lives

    July 10, 2008 at 1:53 pm

    Thanks for the inclusion and your continued support. I have enjoyed your hilarious ways of putting the most irksome things we have to put of with as nurses! Your an inspiration as always! I look forward to the many more years of blogging right along side.

  • Ali

    July 10, 2008 at 5:22 pm

    Doh! I missed it! I was going to send something in… but time just flew past me. Aaah well. Maybe another time.

    Great collection of blogs, as usual! 🙂

  • Elaine

    July 10, 2008 at 6:47 pm

    Great CoS! Thanks for including me. You were one of my influences, by the way!

  • geena

    July 10, 2008 at 9:56 pm

    *blush* I’m just filled up with warm fuzzies 🙂 Thanks for all the kind words, Kim! (And John!)

    Great edition, as usual!

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  • nighttimeRN

    July 12, 2008 at 9:38 pm

    Nice job as usual!! I forgot to send you mine this time as I was going on vacation and focusing on my daughter’s upcoming surgery. I’m a fairly new blogger though and have been enjoying reading other nursing blogs, especially CoS!!! Keep it up!

  • dublin

    July 15, 2008 at 5:00 pm

    I started my blog when I began my pre-req’s. I definitely got most of my support from other student nurse blogs and other nursing sites. Come by and visit! Heather

  • Caroline

    July 15, 2008 at 7:03 pm

    This is an awesome post, Kim. Thank you so much for including me. I feel very honored to be part of such a supportive group.

  • Jeff

    July 17, 2008 at 1:21 pm

    Great topic. It is cool to see so many nurse blogs out there these days.

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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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