7 of the best medical blogs in Australia

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7 of the best medical blogs in Australia

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.

FOAM4GPThis blog is about open access medical education for GPs. It's a place for GPs to share resources, skills and stories.GPs
GP registrars
How a suicide taught this doctor a lessonGPswww.foam4gp.com.au
Life in the Fast LaneCreated 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
Med students
Medical trivia: Funtabulously Frivolous Friday FiveDr Mike Cadogan and Chris Nicksonwww.lifeinthefastlane.com
On the WardsWritten 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 doctorsNight shift at 35 weeksMedical educatorswww.onthewards.org
CroakeyCroakey describe itself as ‘a social journalism project that enables debate and investigations of health issues and policy’.Anyone interested in health policyLow income workers are more likely to die early from preventable diseasesMelissa Sweet, medical journalishttps://croakey.org/
Dr Justin ColemanGP 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 Colemanwww.drjustincoleman.com
KI DocsInsights from a rural GP with an interest in emergency and trauma.Rural doctors or anyone interested in rural healthClinician Self Care: Wheelbarrows, Batteries & TentsDr Tim Leeuwenburgwww.kidocs.org
AMS DoctorReflections and discussions about working in Aboriginal Medical Services.Doctors working in or interested in Indigenous health.Should we be doing health assessments?Dr Tim Seniorhttp://amsdr.blogspot.com.au

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2017-12-19T19:58:40+00:00 December 19th, 2017|GP Registrars, Medical Students, Pre-vocational Doctors|