The Path to Online Peace: @DrVes

I was having a twonversation with Dr.Ves of Clinical Cases and Images blog fame, and I was wondering how he keeps doing so many things all at once, and it was then that he said: SM Q: "Don't you sleep?" A: I schedule blog posts (3 months in advance) and tweets (1-2 days in advance) and use this: http://goo.gl/wDv5 — Ves Dimov, M.D. (@DrVes) April … Continue reading The Path to Online Peace: @DrVes

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Pulitzer for American Oncologist

Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee, assistant professor of medicine at Columbia University and a staff cancer physician at Columbia University Medical Centre, has been awarded the Pulitzer prize in the general non fiction category for his book, “The Emperor of Maladies: A Biography of Cancer”. He is a graduate from Stanford University, University of Oxford and Harvard Medical School. The jury has called the book ‘The Emperor of … Continue reading Pulitzer for American Oncologist

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What’s Normal for A Medical Student?

Thanks to Dr. Shock, I stumbled across this wonderful pic: http://twitter.com/#!/DrShock/status/58217594305511425   Kinda reminds me of Michelle Au’s wonderful cartoon, the 12 types of medical students, and especially, this one: I need to be more like this guy in order to succeed in the hated and feared post grad entrance exams. Sigh. Wish me luck… Continue reading What’s Normal for A Medical Student?

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Valentine’s Day Special: John Hunter

In this special series, I will try to head up to Valentine’s Day with a series of posts to celebrate the day of love with posts not quite so pink and rosey. And I will start with the volatile Scottish surgeon: John Hunter! Yeah. You read that right! Read on, to understand why I chose him! “Man is born or comes into the world ignorant; … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Special: John Hunter

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Students Forever? No Longer!

I am an avid reader of the Health Policy and Reform blog of the NEJM and believe that they should enable the commenting system on the site to allow bidirectional interaction, much like BMJ and its Rapid Responses. So, this week’s NEJM came with an article which piqued me greatly: Residents: Workers or Students in the eyes of Law? The critical point in understanding this … Continue reading Students Forever? No Longer!

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