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Trau·ma  Junk· ie  ( 'trau-m&  'j&[ng]-kE) n. Slang
  1. One who has an insatiable interest, devotion or addiction to responding and assisting people with serious injury or shock to the body, as from violence or an accident.

Blogroll:

Welcome to the Blogroll! This page is an ongoing effort, and will be updated frequently. I will add new blogs as I come across them, or as they are drawn to my attention. Enjoy!

Respiratory Therapists

Respiratory Therapy 101: Just Keep Breathing

An RT explains the view from the head of the bed as he sees it. Content consists of stories from the trenches, opinions from the recesses of his brain, and the occasional irrelevant or bizarre link.

Respiratory Therapy Cave
The humble perspective from a small town Respiratory Therapist who works solo nights.

A Spoon Full of Sarah
A full-time Respiratory Therapist, sometimes student, and obsessive reader who has been stirring up the crazy since 1978.

Respiratory Therapy Up North
A critical care transport Respiratory Therapist in a large city north of the border writes about life on the front line of respiratory therapy as he sees it.

G's Spot
A respiratory therapist and writer tells of her life and working in the NICU and PICU of a large hospital.

The Happenings of Heidi

A college graduate with a BS in Public Health works as a full-time RT while, "Dealing
with the cards life hands [her], one Joker at a time."

Intubate Em!!!
The story of a Respiratory Therapist who received her training in the NICU at a university medical center and now works at a small community hospital.

The (Respiratory) Graduate
A new grad RT chronicles his experience in the brand new arena of respiratory therap
y, his thoughts, feelings, observations and interactions within the wide world of the hospital and its patients.

The RRT with ADD
The fast-paced perspective of an RT with ADD who is currently on course to move from her job in respiratory therapy to pre-med.

Snotjockeys Revisited
A Respiratory Care Practitioner of 12 years with a Master's Degree in Medical Informatics and 6 years of experience in IT blogs about telemedicine, hospital infrastructure, and how she plans to change the face of the profession of respiratory therapy, one step at a time.

Respiratory Report
An RT working in the home care industry who blogs as a means to keep patients (and respiratory therapists) informed of new treatments, equipment, and legislative activity pertaining to pulmonary home care issues.

In My Opinion

A Respiratory Therapist and Certified Asthma Educator (AE-C) who has been in the field since age 17 as on-the-job training shares the opinions of a seasoned therapist who has worked his way through the ranks into upper management.


Respiratory Therapy Students

Consciously Breathing

Free Speech Is My Anti-Drug

Musings of a PA School Reject

RT eBlog

RT Scribe: Notes of a Student Respiratory Therapist

RT Student Blog

Sometimes I Breathe

Sleep Deprived RT Student

The Harmonious Way of Breath

Doctors


Doctor Anonymous
A Family Physician working in the American health care system trying to find the lighter side of life.

Tails of a Mouse Asthmatologist

Writings of a Pulmonologist, Certified Case Manager, Allergy/Immunology Physician who decided to try his luck as a Physician Scientist.

Suture for a Living

A plastic surgeon in Little Rock, AR who sutures for a living, but loves to sew. Case studies, photos of quilts, and pictures of her adorable dog are guaranteed, but this is just part of what she posts.

Nurses

crzegrl, flight nurse
The life and times of a flight nurse in the northern United States.

My Strong Medicine

A blogger who is navigating through life as a nurse, staying fit, and staying strong.

Emergiblog: The Life and Times of an ER Nurse

A nurse of 28 years from the San Fransisco Bay area tells of her experiences in emergency medicine, health 2.0, and more. Founder of Change of Shift, the bi-weekly nursing blog carnival.









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