Sunday, April 4, 2010

Happy Easter Sunday

Updated 3/2017 -- photos and all links (except to my own posts) removed as many no longer active. and it was easier than checking each one.

First, I’d like to wish you all a Happy Easter.  I’ll begin mine with the Community Easter Sunrise Service down at the Arkansas River front. 
Next, I’d like to say I’m not sure what happened with #320 edition of SurgeXperiences which was due today, so I’ll just give you a few links to some surgical blog posts.

Here is the catalog of past SurgeXperiences editions for your reading pleasure. If you wish to host a future edition, please contact Jeffrey who runs the show here.
 
  • A classic op-ed post over at KevinMD’s by surgeon Sid Schwab:  "No more and no less a human being than my patients"
  • Dr. Bruce Campbell, Reflections in a Head Mirror, gives us this very thoughtful post:  Turning Away.
  • Bongi, other things amanzi, gives us a story relating how six degrees of separation can change how patients get treated.  He has another on anatomy.
  • Via TBTAM’s recommendation as I somehow missed this when it was published November 21, 2009 comes a post from MommyDoc:  And that’s the way Sue “C’s” it.
  • From Aggravated DocSurg:  If they could only all be taken to Rampart Hospital
  • From Michael, Medgadget comes this post:  Photo Contest Profiles Role of Science in Modern Life.  (follow the links included in the post)
  • Kane Guthrie, Life in the Fast Lane,  gives us a lesson on Minor Injuries 001.
  • Dr. Wes tells us about a carpenter who had his  one heart nailed and lived to tell about it.
  •  Buckeye Surgeon gives you the answer to his weekend image.  Go check yourself.
 
 
Hope you enjoy your day!

2 comments:

purplesque said...

Happy Easter, Ramona!

Mommydoctor said...

Thanks for the recommendation my dear! Happy Easter to you, too. He is Risen!