The nursing blogosphere came through in a big way this week, many thanks to those who have submitted.
I’m excited to showcase these colleague contributions!
So, without further ado,
I present…..Change of Shift!
Should the willingness to advocate depend on what one’s opinion of the patient? Nurse Teeny finds the concept disturbing as developed in a recent episode of HawthoRNe. Check out Shackled, at The Makings of a Nurse.
Speaking of the nursing shortage, just how short are we? Is it a regional issue or a national concern? IsntSheLovlei finds an overabundance in her area in What Nursing Shortage??? posted at The Dog Ate My Care Plan….
After a summer tracing the history of Florence Nightengale’s career, Susan Hassmiller gives us Parting Thoughts: 10 Lessons Learned from Florence Nightengale’s Life, at AJN’s Off the Charts.
Jo has been blogging at Head Nurse since 2004. It’s one of my favorite stops on the web. In Reasons Why I Love This Blog, by the Author of Same, Jo describes how she benefits from the blogging experience.
Jamie Davis has started a new podcast called Insights in Nursing. I’ve been participating with Jamie and Terri from Nurse Ratched’s Place. Jamie takes Terri’s sharp insight and my incoherent ramblings and puts them together in a sharp weekly show that looks at what’s new in nursing news. The latest episode – Physician Extenders – is up! (Caution: Rant on Board!)
Thanks for reading this edition of Change of Shift! The next edition will be right here at Emergiblog – so feel free to submit via Blog Carnival or by using the “Contact” button at the top of the blog.