Pallimed is this week's host of Grand Rounds. You can read this week’s edition here.
Welcome to Grand Rounds, a weekly round-up of the best of the medical blogosphere. We here at Pallimed (Drew, Lyle, Amy, Amber and myself) are honored to be hosting Grand Rounds for the 3rd time. For the history books here are the 2007 (theme: prognostication) and 2008 editions. The theme this week is "The Art of Medicine and Nursing" in honor of our sister blog Pallimed: Arts and Humanities.
Welcome to the latest version of Change of Shift, the nursing blog carnival!
Lots of topics this week: H1N1 is on a lot of minds these days, there are a couple of posts for new grads and it looks like one particular blogger is going to have to re-evaluate her opinion on a certain Showtime show (cough!).
It would be nice if there was find your dream doctor dot com that worked a lot like the match-making sites you see advertised all over the place. But despite the fact that there isn’t such a website, you can use some of their principles to narrow down your search. …….
Updated Food Examples in Radiology http://bit.ly/3RtU6B with Selections from the Buffet of Food Signs in Radiology http://bit.ly/31DGp210:29 AM Sep 30th
Selections from the Buffet of Food Signs in Radiology. Clare J. Roche et al. November 2002 RadioGraphics, 22, 1369-1384.
Did I miss anything on this list of kidney diseases? http://ping.fm/n4rso
10/13 : Dr. A Show: Pre-BlogWorld Expo Show
10/17 : Dr. A Show: Sat Nite (9pmET)
10/22 : Dr. A Show: Post BlogWorld Expo
A spectacular and extremely rare textile, woven from golden-colored silk thread produced by more than one million spiders in Madagascar, goes on display Wednesday, September 23 in the Museum's Grand Gallery. This magnificent contemporary textile, measuring 11 feet by 4 feet, took four years to make using a painstaking technique developed more than 100 years ago.