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Viagra aus usa Dan Diamond at California Healthline shows us How March Madness Can Help Explain Health Reform. Viagra aus usa Worked for me! He even includes a “Final Four”!

Viagra aus usa David Harlow of Healthblawg is all over Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Regulations: First Look. Viagra aus usa Nice overview!? A member of the Society of Participatory Medicine, viagra aus usa David notes: “Participatory Medicine is a cooperative model of health care that encourages and expects active involvement by all connected parties (patients, viagra aus usa caregivers, viagra aus usa healthcare professionals, viagra aus usa etc.) as integral to the full continuum of care.” He encourages Grand Rounds readers to take note and become members if not already involved! In a related post at e-patients.net, viagra aus usa he looks at Accountable Care Organizations and Patient-Centeredness.

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Viagra aus usa At Suture for a Living, viagra aus usa Ramona Bates discusses an article looking at Decision-Making in Severe Lower Leg Trauma, viagra aus usa linking to a related story that is both heartbreaking and inspiring.

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Viagra aus usa “Health is local.” That’s a core value of the Washington Health Foundation, viagra aus usa and at The Healthiest State in the Nation Blog, viagra aus usa President and CEO Greg Vigdor looks at the future of the community health movement in Reflections: Promoting Community Health.

Viagra aus usa The ACP Hospitalist reviews a research study detailing obstacles to communication between ERs and primary physicians in Better Handoff Needed From ERs Back to Primary Care.

Viagra aus usa Julie Rosen, viagra aus usa Executive Director for The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare discusses communication as a strategy to improve adherence in Are Your Patients Listening to You? at Bedside Manner.

Viagra aus usa My nursing colleagues have been suspiciously quiet this week, viagra aus usa but Karin has, viagra aus usa uh, viagra aus usa sprouted Ten Bad Jokes You Can Play on a Nurse on April Fool’s. Viagra aus usa I don’t want to give anything away but much can be inferred by the fact that three of them are coffee related, viagra aus usa yes? At Karin’s Nurse Blog.


Remember my hint with the three blue Peeps? In Angry Birds, viagra aus usa when you launch the tiny blue bird and then tap the screen, viagra aus usa it splits into three blue birds, viagra aus usa hence the “hint”! No one got it – everyone thought I was talking about Twitter! : D

Many thanks for reading and submitting to Grand Rounds this week. Viagra aus usa It was an honor, viagra aus usa again, viagra aus usa to host. Viagra aus usa Please consider hosting, viagra aus usa it’s a blast- I’ve done it 7 times! As always, viagra aus usa thanks to Dr. Viagra aus usa Nick Genes, viagra aus usa who started it all so many years ago and Dr. Viagra aus usa Val at Better Health for hosting the calendar. Viagra aus usa Be sure to follow @grandrounds on Twitter and “Like” Grand Rounds on Facebook.

As soon as I find out who is hosting next week I will update the post with the info!

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  • Jeffrey Seguritan
    Jeffrey Seguritan

    April 4, 2011 at 10:17 pm

    Awesome job hosting Grand Rounds! I love Angry Birds. Thanks for including my posting.

  • rlbates

    April 5, 2011 at 3:53 am

    Wonderful edition, Kim!

  • Elaine Schattner
    Elaine Schattner

    April 5, 2011 at 4:45 am

    Thanks for putting this together, Kim!

  • hgstern

    April 5, 2011 at 4:58 am

    Oh my goodness – absolutely terrific edition, Kim!!

    Thanks so much for hosting, and for including our post.

  • Steve Wilkins
    Steve Wilkins

    April 5, 2011 at 5:03 am

    Kim…editor’s pick!! Wow..I guess you did like my post!! Thanks for hosting…love them happy pigs and angry birds.

  • Trusted.MD Network
    Trusted.MD Network

    April 5, 2011 at 5:48 am

    Grand Rounds At Emergiblog…

    This week’s edition of Grand Rounds, the best of the medical blogosphere, is up at one of our favorite medical blogs – Emergiblog.  Stop over and see what’s making Kim and her bird-brained friends angry… …

  • Jamie Rauscher
    Jamie Rauscher

    April 5, 2011 at 9:27 am

    Hi Kim,

    Lots of fun and very informative! Thanks for including us. Please remember to visit us on 4/19 at Bedside Manner (www.theschartzcenterblog.com) when we host Grand Rounds. Our theme, in honor of Patriot’s Day, revolutionary ideas in health care.

    Great job!
    Jamie Rauscher
    Editor, Bedside Manner
    The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare

  • drcharles

    April 5, 2011 at 3:00 pm

    love the edition, and the game, too!
    thank you for hosting! i can tell you put a lot into it, and i’ll have fun reading through the links tonight.

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  • Karin RN
    Karin RN

    April 6, 2011 at 9:10 am

    Love the angry birds theme. Somehow the game application got in my Android phone and my kids have been borrowing my phone eversince…

    Thanks for my post inclusion.

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  • Fallen Angels
    Fallen Angels

    April 10, 2011 at 10:13 am

    Hi…I am seeking opinions/suggestions from nurses about a possible problem with my nursing program applications. I’ve posted the issue on my blog…anything you have to say would be greatly appreciated!

  • Shauna

    April 11, 2011 at 10:47 am


    Wonderful job hosting Grand Rounds!! And for your 7th time!! 😯

    I am really looking forward to reading the posts that you selected; I know that anything you recommend reading will be educational and informative.

    Thank You!!

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