Welcome to Grand Rounds! This is my first time hosting, so thanks for your patience as I stumble through. And thanks to everyone who submitted! There are some extremely insightful folks out there, and I’m grateful to showcase their thoughts.
Change of Shift is up over at Emergiblog. This is the start of a new year (and with a new logo):
Welcome to Volume 3, Number 2 of Change of Shift!
New year, new logo!
I tried, I really tried, to make a logo that wasn’t blue but I just could not do it.
I just love blue on blogs!
Many thanks to all who have contributed this week, and to those who contributed but don’t realize it yet!
Dr Wes and Dr Rob are working together to help "pinch childhood brain cancer".
with Zippy, the lovable red lobster, to raise awareness and funds to support childhood brain cancer research over at FunWithZippy.com. He asked if we'd help support the effort and host the official "Fun With Zippy" t-shirt on our medical t-shirt site MedTees.com, for which we were only too happy to help out.All proceeds from the sales of these shirts, button, aprons, mouse-pads, stickers and the like with Zippy's logo will support childhood brain cancer research.
I attended a lecture entitled, "Limb Labs: Getting Amputee Soldiers Back to Work After World War I." The lecture was held at the National Museum of Health and Medicine on the Walter Reed campus in Washington, DC. Both lecturers (Beth Linker and Jeffrey Reznick) did a wonderful job of transporting the audience back in time, outlining the cultural beliefs and historical context of the day. This is what I gleaned from their lectures: