Sunday, March 12, 2006

The Voting Booth

Here's a wagonload of nominees for Nurseblog of the Month for Feb!

The Nurse Practitioner's Place

Third Degree Nurse

Nursing Student Hell

I am a Nursing Student

Geek Nurse

Death Maiden

I Wanna Be a Male Nurse!

Livin' Large

Head Nurse

Pinoy RN

Haiku of the Id

NP Open House



THIRD DEGREE NURSE wins for Feb followed closely by Nurse Practitioners Save lives and Geek Nurse!

yaaaaaay! :) Good showing folks! Thanks to all of you who voted.

(Think about nominations for March as you're reading your favorite blogs!)
Posted by HypnoKitten at 8:58 PM
9 Comments:

Blogger HypnoKitten, at 9:25 PM  

Voting will be closed on the 16th, sometime in the evening.

Blogger Third Degree Nurse, at 6:13 AM  

I'm flattered to be nominated.

I promise -- I didn't vote for my own blog!

Blogger Nurse Practitioners Save Lives, at 8:50 AM  

Ahh.. Always the bridesmaid... Just kidding. I'm honored also to be in the running for Nurse Blog of the month. I am inspired by my fellow nurses.. Thanks to however voted for me.

Blogger Third Degree Nurse, at 5:06 AM  

Wow. I feel pretty honored.

SuperHubby wants to know if this equates to being "Miss February" on a calendar.

Blogger Kim, at 7:37 PM  

Hey! I voted for my own blog when I was nominated! LOLOL!

Blogger Third Degree Nurse, at 1:30 PM  

Actually, I voted for Nurse Practitioner because her blog is better than mine. I've learned a thing or two from her already.

Blogger unsinkablemb, at 10:45 PM  

Geez! I am so behind on my blog reading that I didn't even realize I was nominated! :) How nice...

Blogger Mathieu, at 10:54 AM  

Hey people,

I don't know if you know French, but i'm an ER nurse (in Paris) and i DO have a blog (in french, of course !) about it.

The link is : http://les-urgences.blogspot.com

Well, anyway, if you are interested to discuss about our job, pretty different from US to France !

Brice
21 yo, Registred Nurse

Anonymous Terry, at 11:29 AM  

I am still working my way through these blogs but I was very impressed by Death Maiden. The subject matter may be too morbid for some but I think that death is a topic about which there is far too little discussion.

It is especially important that nurses and medical professionals become more conversant in end of life issues. Hospice care nurses are wonderfully trained and prepared to deal with family and loved ones. I have found these professionals a great consolation in more than one personal situation.

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