Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Health Blog Carnival Watch 1:10

Grand Rounds 3:50
With his edition, Dr. Emer is joining the exclusive circle of fourth-time hosts. It begins with two great, deeply moving posts about death and dying in hospitals. And there is a lot more of good stuff, coming in these sections: patient encounters, health staff concerns, interviews and reviews, health news, policies, advice, and products.
September 4, 2007 at Parallel Universes

Pediatric Grand Rounds 2:9
Clark Bartram, founder and maintainer of this carnival, has decided to switch to a monthly schedule: PGR will be published every first Sunday of the month. This edition deals with money issues, a drop in funding and a huge rise in the price of a treatment plus some media bashing and many more hot children's health topics.
September 2, 2007 at Unintelligent Design

Medicine 2.0
David Rothman, a first-time carnival host, is not particularly happy with the suffix 2.0 and has re-named this carnival Medical Web Geekery for this time. And that's what you find there: Reports on the efforts of Google and Microsoft to enter the field of health and medicine, and many more web-related trends.
September 2, 2007 at

Skeptics Circle 68
It is a great honour to be listed top of this carnival with my post about poorly funded conclusions of a preterm birth study. Swedish blogger Martin Rundkvist presents another fifteen excellent skeptic posts, many of them health related, for instance about AA meetings, sleep patterns, HIV denialism, and quackery here and there.
August 30, 2007 at Aardvarchaeology

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