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A Few Things Of Note

First of all, let me direct your attention to some newly added blogs to the right. I made some new buttons. The medblog list gets longer all the time! If you don’t like your button, feel free to design your own and send it to me. It needs to be a .jpg 90pixels x 25pixels.

Nextly, Enoch has posted a link to Family Medicine Notes’ very first medblogger Podcast. After some academic stuff at first, Jacob outlines the trials and tribulations of a day in the life of Family Medical Practice. I think it would be challenging to talk for 13 minutes without some major “uh” and “uhm’s” thrown in there, but Dr. Rieder does a stellar job.

Lastly, Echo Journal has proposed a 2004 Medical Blogger Award. Details are here. I think this is a great idea, but as I commented on their site, I think there needs to be a few categories. Maybe if they ask nicely, someone can design some buttons for the winners to put on their blogs? Hmm… there’s an idea. :-)

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I agree with you. More categories are needed as there is such a diversity of medblogs out there. I added my suggestions

i agree too, and i’ll try to convince Michael tonight over the nouveau beaujolais he’s coming over to taste at my place.

Complete agreement…i’ll shoot off an email as well.

If you just want to dress up as a nurse, that is ok too.

So, what brought you to the hospital today?

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