Stop over for nursing tales from the front-lines of healthcare.
Vince added his name to the (long) list of people around the world who have applied online for the job of Paradise Hunter Host, (advertised as 52 weeks of paid vacation). He’s looking for votes, so if you’d like to add yours, view Vince’s video on the Paradise Hunter site. Voting is open until November 5th.
Grand Rounds, the best of the week’s medical posts, is up at A Cartoon Guide to Becoming a Doctor.
They say doctors make the worst patients, but I do not agree. The worst patients are abusive or rude; I am merely neglectful. I do not go to doctors or have a personal physician. I don’t need one: I run six miles a day and don’t smoke, drink or eat red meat — I am ridiculously healthy.
The first thing I do is convince myself it isn’t a lump. Not difficult, as I’ve felt plenty of lumps, and mine does not fit the category…
This week’s edition of Grand Rounds, in wonderfully simple alphabetical order, is up at Better Heatlh.
Stop by for peek at the best of this week’s medical blog posts. There’s even one way down toward the bottom of the list from Supporting Safer Healthcare.
Dr. Charles hosts this week's Grand Rounds – stop by for a chance to examine this week's best of the medical blogosphere.
Robert Wise, M.D., Vice President, The Joint Commission, summarizes the final (after much discussion and revision) Medical Staff Bylaws standard Ms.01.01.01 in a podcast available from the Joint Commission web site. A pre-publication version of the standard is also available.
What better topic on a beautiful Spring day than fitness; Dave Munger at The Daily Monthly is our host this week for a Fitness and Nutrition themed Grand Grounds. Not every post is "on topic" but check them all out anyway at this week's edition of Grand Rounds.
This week’s edition of Grand Rounds, the best posts from the medical blogosphere, is hosted by Dr. Joseph Kim at Medicine and Technology. Get a cup of coffee and stop by for some interesting reading.