While this is a bit of a “mini” version of the nursing blog carnival, it is far from “lite”.
There are old friends and new blogging colleagues; musings, opinions and rants…it’s all here!
Let’s get it started!
Keith at Digital Doorway submits the most beautiful posts. It’s hard to find the words to describe them, but it’s easy to be swept away by the emotions they engender. This week: the thoughtful Ashes to Ashes, and the subtly crafted Of Oatmeal and Mass.
Teresa Heithaus, introduces her new blog Nursing Staff Development: Behind the Firewall. Think that social media is fully embraced by nursing staff educators? Think again. Social Media and Nursing Staff Development Instructors contains some incredible statistics. As someone who is immersed in social media, I was floored.
Gina at Code Blog takes look at some current nursing issues/opinions in Nurse vs. Policeman, and Other Topics. One topic she takes on is the Rapid Response Team concept. In my hospital, a family can call an RRT! Is that true in other places?
The AJN Off the Charts blog gives great links to geriatric care resources in Why Didn’t Physicians Know What Nurses Know?
Dr. Dean has takes on finances in the The Millionaire Nurse Blog, but what on earth do blood, emesis, and Betadine have to do with money? Find out in Stains in Medicine: 9 Stains and Removal Tips! Get out the stain, keep money out of the drain! (Sorry, I couldn’t resist! : D)
Many thanks to those who submitted (and those who just discovered they did!). The next CoS will be here at Emergiblog on October 14th.
Submissions can be sent to me directly or submitted through Blog Carnival.
Thanks for reading!