In reigniting my energies surrounding the Nursing Ideas Challenge (my first article of 2013 will publish tomorrow…Rob Fraser has already published his first), I decided to also share what I’m reading and learning about that’s not particularly “nursing research,” but still just as captivating and relevant to my life and professional practice. This is absolutely part of the Nursing Ideas Challenge!
- The Light that Shines via Jill Brzenski-Conley, Breast Cancer Patient, Stars in Stunning Paris Photo Shoot by Sue Bryce
- Are women less ambitious? Confessions of a corporate dropout.
- Why Even Radiologists Can Miss A Gorilla Hiding in Plain Sight. I’ve blogged about this before, but I love that someone took it to another level with highly-specialized and educated healthcare professionals.
- Stop Hyping Big Data and Start Paying Attention to ‘Long Data’
- The Blood-Brain Barrier by Scientific Illustration
- World’s First Bionic Eye Receives FDA Approval
- Could Your Next Doctor’s Visit be on the Kinect?
- I can’t get enough of Professor Lynda at The Near-Sighted Monkey these days. Seriously…keep scrolling through this site. The handwritten author notes, manuscripts, and brainstorming snippets of paper are ahhhmazing. And, and the salt “remember” installation. Oh…and the used crayon project.
- Your iPhone is a Reliable Research Lab
- Happtique: An App Store for Health Apps
- Giant Earthworms
- New Lenses Cure Colour Blindness
- Mobile Health Around the Globe: Russia Uses mHealth to Help High Risk Patients
- Second-Hand Abuse: Bad Bosses Make the Whole Office Toxic
- Frozen Trees on the Shore of Lake Ontario
Any reading this week catch your fancy? Do tell!