Monday, October 1, 2012

Today: Medical Monday's Blog Hop

It's time once again for my most favorite blog hop, and I hope yours too!

Hooray! It's Medical Monday!

Are you confused if you qualify for the party?

Do you work in healthcare?
Doctor? Nurse? EMT? Chiropractor? Vet? Dentist? Therapist?
Are you the spouse or SO of a healthcare worker/student?
Are you a nursing student? Medical student?
Intern? Resident? Fellow?

You get the picture, right? 


Our once a month bloghop for bloggers like yourself, where we can build a community of support and friendship, learn from one another and share our stories.

Here are the rules:

  1. Follow your co-hosts via GFC.
  2. Link up you medical/med life blog. If your blog name does not clearly state how you fit in to the med/med life world, please write a little intro or link up a specific post which clearly demonstrates your connection.
  3. Visit at least 3 other link ups, comment, introduce yourself, and tell the your stopping by or following from MM! 
  4. Help spread the word by using our button on your post or sidebar, tweet about Medical Monday, or spread the word on Facebook! The more the merrier for all of us!
And here's a helpful tip. . .

If you haven't turned off word verification, it's ON. Please turn it off. We'll all LOVE you!!
Not sure how? Click here for instructions.

Complete step one by following your co-hosts:

Want to be awesome? Help facilitate the hopping by grabbing this button and insert it on the post you link up. . .

Want to co-host next month? Shoot Emma an email at

Now, link up below and have fun! The link up is open through Friday, so be sure to come back during the week.



  1. I am very tired today & i will try to visit at Dorsettchiro.

  2. Someone just told me about your blog hop, and I'm so excited about it! This can help me meet lots other people who have similar experiences to me :) Thank you!

    1. We are glad you are here! Be sure to check back and see who else has linked up:-)

  3. Some Notified Bodies have been forcing a position that medical devices must conform to the latest technical standards to meet European legal requirement for “state of the art”. As a result, some manufacturers have been forced to pay thousands of dollars to retest their products or risk losing their CE mark. The European Commission has received a number of complaints from industry, leading to an investigation and rebuke of this practice of some notified bodies. James


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