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These are some of our favorite health care bloggers and writers, offering up their perspectives on the art and practice of medicine.
Change of Shift
Change of Shift is a blog carnival for medical professionals, started by Kim at Emergiblog.
Blog entries by, for and about nurses - but patients, docs, students and others are encouraged to read and submit!
Dr. Deborah Serani
Dr. Deborah Serani is a psychologist who blogs about mental health conditions and issues.
With a loyal following, Dr. Serani's blog addresses issues facing the mental health field and the individuals living with various mental health conditions.
Great perspectives from a longtime nurse, Emergiblog is written by Kim, a Bay Area nurse with 30 years of practice under her belt.
Stories from the front lines of medical care, told with a fresh, lively voice from someone who's seen it all.
Kevin, M.D. is the blog of a primary care M.D. who "tells is like it is."
Opinions on medical news, information about various conditions and links to scads of other medical sites and blogs.
Kidney Notes belongs to an NYC-based nephrologist who blogs about kidney conditions and disorders.
Articles, news and opinions about kidney diseases and issues.
This blog about "the science, business, and human side of medicine" is written by a former research scientist.
First, the bad news: Naked Medicine does not involve Dr. McDreamy and a can of Redi-Whip. The good news: This blog devoted to "accessibility, honesty, and integrity in health care information" features great posts on timely topics such as how good people can cause antibiotic resistance and whether doctors can make a living practicing preventive medicine.
Nurse Ratched's Place
Nurse Ratched's Place is written by a practicing nurse and discusses the issues facing the field today.
Frequently updated and full of opinion, this blog provides fresh insight into the medical profession.
The Antidote is a blog from "an independent health care consultant, epidemiologist, and journalism groupie."
Dr. DeVoto, proprietor, blogs about health care policy, health journalism and ways to improve the system.