The Zen of Blogging For Personal and Professional Enrichment
“ Blogging provides the opportunity to directly broadcast one’s words to colleagues.” Why I Blog by Andrew Sullivan
Baby Steps Student Blogs Trainee Blogs
http://katieinlamba.blogspot.com/
 
 
 
 
Medical Student Interests: Photography Nature Relationships with people Music Books and Writing Travel The old and the new...
 
Mission To provide an interactive online place for contributing physicians to discuss both academic cases but also experie...
Professional Blogs
 
 
 
 
 
 
International Team
 
November 1 5, 2008
 
http://www.skincancerclinic.blogspot.com Queensland Skin Cancer Blog
Ian McColl:  Queensland Blog Architect
http://www.skincancerclinic.blogspot.com Queensland Skin Cancer Blog
http://thedermblog.com/
http://www.kevinmd.com/blog
 
Patient Blogs
 
 
Michelle Lynn Mayer  1969 - 2008 39 year old mother of 2 battling a rare autoimmune disease called scleroderma   http://di...
 
From  NY Times Health Section - Sept. 9, 2008
 
Creative Blogs
 
 
Getting Started
 
 
 
 
46 yo man Seen on 11/19/08
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
http://mevirtualskin.blogspot.com
 
Getting Started
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
http://mevirtualskin.blogspot.com
 
 
 
<ul><li>Steps </li></ul><ul><li>Invite all Residents and Faculty of MDFMR </li></ul><ul><li>Those who accept can post case...
 
The Power of the Blog 12/11/07:  I saw an 11 yo boy with a black mole My Blink Diagnosis:  Benign Blue Nevus
 
 
 
My Colleagues Gently Differ Ian McColl:  Queensland:  “ The dermoscopy looks more like a Reed nevus to me.” Stelios Minas:...
Based on my colleagues suggestions I performed an excisional biopsy They were right Diagnosis: Reed Nevus “ Pigmented Spin...
 
 
 
In Conclusion
 
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  • Zen of Bloggins

    1. 1. The Zen of Blogging For Personal and Professional Enrichment
    2. 2. “ Blogging provides the opportunity to directly broadcast one’s words to colleagues.” Why I Blog by Andrew Sullivan
    3. 3. Baby Steps Student Blogs Trainee Blogs
    4. 4. http://katieinlamba.blogspot.com/
    5. 9. Medical Student Interests: Photography Nature Relationships with people Music Books and Writing Travel The old and the new Dancing Learning, living, laughing, loving Life Caitlin Stiglmeier
    6. 11. Mission To provide an interactive online place for contributing physicians to discuss both academic cases but also experiences and interests outside of medicine.
    7. 12. Professional Blogs
    8. 19. International Team
    9. 21. November 1 5, 2008
    10. 23. http://www.skincancerclinic.blogspot.com Queensland Skin Cancer Blog
    11. 24. Ian McColl: Queensland Blog Architect
    12. 25. http://www.skincancerclinic.blogspot.com Queensland Skin Cancer Blog
    13. 26. http://thedermblog.com/
    14. 27. http://www.kevinmd.com/blog
    15. 29. Patient Blogs
    16. 32. Michelle Lynn Mayer 1969 - 2008 39 year old mother of 2 battling a rare autoimmune disease called scleroderma http://diaryofadyingmom.blogspot.com/
    17. 34. From NY Times Health Section - Sept. 9, 2008
    18. 36. Creative Blogs
    19. 39. Getting Started
    20. 44. 46 yo man Seen on 11/19/08
    21. 53. http://mevirtualskin.blogspot.com
    22. 55. Getting Started
    23. 67. http://mevirtualskin.blogspot.com
    24. 71. <ul><li>Steps </li></ul><ul><li>Invite all Residents and Faculty of MDFMR </li></ul><ul><li>Those who accept can post cases and comment </li></ul><ul><li>Patients presented in standard format </li></ul><ul><li>VGRD Faculty will be called on for opinions </li></ul><ul><li>If experiment is successful other ME docs invited </li></ul>
    25. 73. The Power of the Blog 12/11/07: I saw an 11 yo boy with a black mole My Blink Diagnosis: Benign Blue Nevus
    26. 77. My Colleagues Gently Differ Ian McColl: Queensland: “ The dermoscopy looks more like a Reed nevus to me.” Stelios Minas: Cyprus: ” I would favor for a Spitz nevus. I prefer prophylactic excision.”
    27. 78. Based on my colleagues suggestions I performed an excisional biopsy They were right Diagnosis: Reed Nevus “ Pigmented Spindle Cell Nevus”
    28. 82. In Conclusion

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