This video was made by Rohit Bhargava who the famous medical blogger Kevin Pho of KevinMD on the the Blogworld Expo, about why he blogs, what results he has seen and the future of the medical blogosphere the future of Medical Blogging. He makes clear why it is important for doctors to blog.
This was a week ago the Blogworld Expo, the World largest Conference on Blogging in the Las Vegas Convention Center. Would have liked to join those famous bloggers. As Laikas put it:
I’m blogging in my spare time and although it has many spin-offs for my work, I would never have the resources and the time to go there. So, it was with a little jealousy and envy that I followed all those cheerful tweets from my colleague medbloggers.
She wrote a post with a lot of videos and links to pictures, interviews and impressions of this important BlogWorld Expo [SOTB].
Man in de Zorg has some video’s of planes taking of from airports. Flights from his vacations. This one above is from his vacation in 2008. It gives a nice overview of The Netherlands, flat and crowded.
Huntington Daily has a link to a video about Huntington’s Disease. It’s the story of the 82 year old Ida Gold who tells about her life with her husband with Huntington’s Disease. Three of their four children have inherited the disease.
Paramedics Worldwide has a nice picture of an emergency vehicle crossing a bridge, it’s The Swan or Erasmus Brug in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. You can only see a blue line from the emergency vehicle across the bridge. On Paramedics you can view a larger sample of this nice picture
Medlog draws our attention to a medical website for kids, an Australian initiative. It will explain diseases and their cure. For the link visit Medlog
At Laika’s MedLibLog a description of the submissions to the Dutch Grand Round and here own choice from blogs form the Dutch medical blogosphere. By the way most Dutch bloggers in the medical blogosphere blog in English, Laika certainly does.
But those issues can be better addressed by persons in the field. I just simply want to restrict to “changing care in a very specific area, adrenal diseases, simply because I’m a hands-on expert, having secondary Addison’s Disease (Sheehan’s syndrome)”.
Welcome to the historic, 5th year anniversary of Grand Rounds, the weekly summary of the best of the medical blogosphere. As the proud new co-leader of Grand Rounds, I am committed to expanding its reach, promoting the Grand Rounds “brand”, and making sure contributors’ voices are heard by healthcare’s movers and shakers.
Read the excellent summary of medblogosphere finests at emergiblog