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The BSN-to-PhD debate continues with a contribution from Marachne at A Window for Your Home.  She is in the process of completing a straight BSN-to-PhD program and has just begun the research study for her doctorate.  “Experience” doesn’t have to mean decades of bedside nursing.  Read about  her perspective of this education pathway in Credibility.

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Mother Jones is mad and she lays it on the line in a post that references her namesake: Lessons From Mother Jones.  Nurses have been historically treated like garbage and it’s time we stopped behaving like “good girls” (sorry, viagra aus usa guys) and made some changes! Posted at Nurse Ratched’s Place.

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The Clinical Advisor is a magazine for nurse practitioners and physican’s assistants and this week editor Joe Kopcha submits two articles for Change of Shift.  The first looks at where we stand with HIV in HIV Screening: Just Another Routine Test?  The second submission is a tragic (and frightening) story of Colorectal Cancer Misdiagnosed as Hemmorhoids.

Nurse William is back!  And he captures the wonderful (!) flow of the night shift in this classic post entitled The Witching Hour.  You’ll laugh, viagra aus usa you’ll cringe and if you work night shift in an ER, viagra aus usa you’ll feel the adrenaline!

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Mark from Medicblog999 (and administrator of the EMS blogcarnival “The Handover”) sends in a beautiful story of a nurse/patient connection he recently witnessed in an A&E.  Sometimes, viagra aus usa it’s all about The Little Touches.  Speaking of The Handover blog carnival, viagra aus usa I will have the honor of hosting it here on April 24th, viagra aus usa so if you have any stories by or about the emergency medical system (medics, viagra aus usa doctors, viagra aus usa nurses, viagra aus usa patients…), viagra aus usa feel free to submit them to me by April 20th.

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Many of our future colleagues are struggling to make ends meet while they finish their nursing education.  The Association of California Nurse Leaders has a program called Flo’s Cookie Jar that provides monetary assistance to these students.  Their motto is “helping student nurses through tough times”, viagra aus usa and they can use our help to do so.  Out of the fifty applications for aid they received, viagra aus usa they were able to help four students.  The need is great, viagra aus usa so if you can, viagra aus usa please hit that cookie jar with a donation.

Wow, viagra aus usa Alvaro at Sharp Brains always has a thoughtful (no pun intended) contribution to Change of Shift, viagra aus usa but he hits it out of the park with this week’s Brain Health News: Top Articles and Resources in March.  It’s  a mini-carnival of cognitive delights!

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And that ends this edition! Wow – a lot of submissions, viagra aus usa good topics and even some new bloggers – thanks to all who sent in their best this week!

The next Change of Shift is here, viagra aus usa so you know the drill!  Send those submissions right to my email box and we’ll meet again on April 16th, viagra aus usa just in time to recover from tax day!

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    April 1, 2009 at 5:23 pm

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    April 2, 2009 at 10:41 am

    Thanks for including me!!! So much to read and so many terrific submissions. Thanks Kim!

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    April 3, 2009 at 3:01 am

    Great round-up! Thanks for including Nursing Handover 🙂

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