Medscape has some interesting articles from this past week that are worth a look…
I hope everyone had a peaceful holiday (or at least enjoyed a few days off if you don’t celebrate). Today I want to round out some continuing education sources for those of you in need of finishing the year with a few extra in hand (see here for Part I). All are available for nursing [...]
I’m spending the week in Portland, OR teaching and consulting with a fantastic group of folks, a gig I’ve been looking forward to for awhile. Here’s hoping this week will be a drier and warmer one for our friends and colleagues in New York and New Jersey still recovering from Sandy. For a peek at [...]
A slightly abbreviated list of things I’ve been reading since last we spoke, as we anticipate worsening weather (with potential power outages) as Sandy hits. Hope everyone in the storm’s path is hunkered down, safe and warm (and dry).
Harvard Medical School has an online CME course available: Mental Health Sequelae of Extreme Violence. Physicians will earn 2 AMA PRA Category 1 CMEs, but others can earn a certificate of participation. See the website for complete details. (BTW, there’s also one on the ABCs of Disaster Medicine– a bit more $, but it looks [...]
The CDC is hosting a webinar Friday, November 4th at 2pm ET, The CDC’s Response to Injury: Update for Partners from the Division of Injury Response. The session will focus on traumatic brain injury, terrorism and disaster response. Register for the session here.
I’m wrapping up some work this weekend, and preparing to travel (naturally) tomorrow to Maxwell AFB, but this table, published here, seemed like a worthy post to commemorate the date. There are multiple resources on how to help children remember 9/11 that may be worth checking out:
Meant to post this last week when it came out…
Time once again for a run down of some of the new and noteworthy articles in the current literature. All of these are from the October/November issues. As always, please keep in mind this in no way a comprehensive list; simply items that have caught my attention from a selection of peer-reviewed journals. Links lead [...]
RN.org has several new CE offerings available that might be of interest to readers. It’s a flat $19.95 for unlimited CEs (in a 12 month period), and they offer some of the state mandated courses, as well as a general selection. That’s actually a pretty fantastic value for the money–something to consider springing for if [...]