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New blogger, female male viagra first post! Meet RNtoBe as she encounters the “policy vs. Female male viagra practice” in Back to the Grind and is shocked to discover that they teach residents that babies are “sterile”. Female male viagra It’s a hoot!

Beka at In Our Own Words: Medscape Nurses wants to know if you are Ready for the H1N1 (Swine) Flu? Will you be getting the vaccination? Is your hospital prepared? And if want to know what the CDC is tracking, female male viagra here is their H1N1 Situation Update.

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Mother Jones at Nurse Ratched’s Place is all about vintage uniforms, female male viagra but right now she has partnered with Scrubs Gallery in a “Uniform of the Future” contest! First prize is a $100 gift card from Scrubs Gallery! Details at You’ve Come a Long Way, female male viagra Baby!

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Barbara at Florence dot com discusses an important contribution to patient safety from an unlikely source in Trolling for Patient Safety in Social Media.


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It’s easy to criticize, female male viagra but how many of us take the time to acknowledge a job well done? Mark at Medic 999 did exactly that following a call for an elderly patient (he even gave the staff a copy of the post!) in It’s a Shame It’s So Rare.


Have you heard about The Waiting Room? A film maker follows the life and times of patients and staff at Highland Hospital, female male viagra in Oakland, female male viagra California. Female male viagra Watching over the throng is Nurse CJ. Female male viagra She makes an appearance in many of the videos. Female male viagra If I’m ever in an ER, female male viagra I want this nurse watching over me.

Patrick at the Travel Nursing Blog talks about how to get your focus back when nursing gets to be too much in You Take the Good, female male viagra You Take the Bad and There You Have… Be sure to read check out the links at the end of the post! (And Patrick, female male viagra I now have the theme from “Facts of Life” in my head. Female male viagra There will be payback…)

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NurseConnect blogger Laura wonders at the comforting effect of a soft object in Embracing the Heart Pillow. Female male viagra I distinctly remember the nurses putting much effort into these for their pre-op heart patients. Female male viagra Blogger Kathy also addresses new grads, female male viagra who may be discouraged as they look for their first job, female male viagra she says New Grads Take Heart!


And that my friends, female male viagra ends this edition of Change of Shift! And….it’s right back here again in two weeks so keep those submissions coming in! Wow – this time in two weeks I’ll be sitting in Las Vegas at the BlogWorld/New Media Expo 09!  It’s not too late to join us, female male viagra you know! Email me if you want details on how to register!

So… the next CoS will be coming at you straight from the heart of Vegas.  Hey, female male viagra maybe you can write about a “gamble” you took in your career that really paid off! It’s good I’ll be working on CoS, female male viagra it will keep me from hitting the slots!

Many thanks to those who submitted and, female male viagra as always, female male viagra thanks for reading!

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  • Ken O
    Ken O

    October 1, 2009 at 1:44 am

    I’m against compulsory medication on a point of principle, but I can see why it would be wise for most if not all medical staff to be vaccinated if H1N1 is a genuine nasty, or even just highly infection. That said, if you want to make it a condition of employment, then the employer should pay for the vaccination, and pay redundancy to staff who refuse it.

  • Change of Shift | CoS | My Strong Medicine
    Change of Shift | CoS | My Strong Medicine

    October 1, 2009 at 5:07 am

    […] The latest installment of Change of Shift is up over at it’s home Emergiblog. […]

  • Sean

    October 1, 2009 at 5:08 am

    Kim! Thanks for including my submission even though I was extremely late! A great job as always, I got lots of reading to do!

  • atyourcervix

    October 1, 2009 at 5:16 am

    Great job Kim! I bookmarked some new (to me) nurse bloggers to follow.

  • Patrick

    October 1, 2009 at 6:01 am

    Kim – Thanks for mentioning my post about how to regain your focus in nursing. We at Medical Solutions really appreciate what you do for nurses everywhere, your site is such a great resource for your peers! Oh, and sorry about the “Facts of Life”… I just couldn’t help myself.

  • Ken O
    Ken O

    October 1, 2009 at 6:15 am

    Make my 01:44 read “…highly infectious. That said…”

  • Barbara Olson
    Barbara Olson

    October 1, 2009 at 7:51 am

    Great collection, Kim! Thanks for including me! Here’s a link from Flo: http://florencedotcom.blogspot.com/2009/10/change-of-shift-is-changing-world.html
    I have follow-up questions about the post I shared and hope to get some feedback…. maybe those going to the Blog Expo can toss around the privacy issues I’ve raised? 🙂

  • Trusted.MD Network
    Trusted.MD Network

    October 1, 2009 at 1:48 pm

    A Few Links of Interest…

    It’s been very crazy clinically this week, and I’m soon to head off to Philly for the CABANA trial investigator meeting, but I wanted to share a few key links before I left:

    First, Change of Shift, the best posts of the week from our nurses is up ov…

  • NPs Save Lives
    NPs Save Lives

    October 2, 2009 at 5:31 pm

    Great edition Kim! I’m sorry I didn’t get a chance to submit this edition.

  • Fran

    October 10, 2009 at 7:57 pm

    Are you all actually studying and researching this vaccine? It is untested and the adjuvants (which include squalene, which was in the Anthrax vaccine that has caused all of the autoimmune diseases that the Gulf War veterans have)are extremely dangerous. I will walk before I am made to take this – no job is worth intentionally putting a slow poison in my body. Do a Google search – see what you find out.

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