Our article 10 of Australia’s best medical blogs was so popular, we decided to refresh it with the latest from the medical blogosphere. From thought-provoking to humorous, here are some great blogs to check out.
|FOAM4GP||This blog is about open access medical education for GPs. It's a place for GPs to share resources, skills and stories.||GPs|
|How a suicide taught this doctor a lesson||GPs||www.foam4gp.com.au|
|Life in the Fast Lane||Created by Australasian critical care physicians and nurses. Their aim was to provide online emergency medicine and critical care insights and education for everyone in medicine.||Specialists|
|Medical trivia: Funtabulously Frivolous Friday Five||Dr Mike Cadogan and Chris Nickson||www.lifeinthefastlane.com|
|On the Wards||Written by a team of medical education experts from various hospitals, the posts will help you make the transition from med school to being ‘on the wards’.||Prevocational doctors||Night shift at 35 weeks||Medical educators||www.onthewards.org|
|Croakey||Croakey describe itself as ‘a social journalism project that enables debate and investigations of health issues and policy’.||Anyone interested in health policy||Low income workers are more likely to die early from preventable diseases||Melissa Sweet, medical journalis||https://croakey.org/|
|Dr Justin Coleman||GP and award-winning medical writer Dr Justin Coleman writes about public health, looking at the evidence for different interventions.||Anyone interested in primary health care||'Junior' doctors: what's in a label?||Dr Justin Coleman||www.drjustincoleman.com|
|KI Docs||Insights from a rural GP with an interest in emergency and trauma.||Rural doctors or anyone interested in rural health||Clinician Self Care: Wheelbarrows, Batteries & Tents||Dr Tim Leeuwenburg||www.kidocs.org|
|AMS Doctor||Reflections and discussions about working in Aboriginal Medical Services.||Doctors working in or interested in Indigenous health.||Should we be doing health assessments?||Dr Tim Senior||http://amsdr.blogspot.com.au|
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