Physicians, nurses and other health care workers likely want to read articles a little more tailored to their needs. These medical blogs offer relevant information and can help provide a support network.
Anyone who works in a lab setting would be wise to make Lablogatory regular reading. Case studies are commonly covered, as are general tips for improving workflow in a lab setting.
60. PEM BLOG
Emergency medicine is the name of the game for this information-packed blog. While a lot of the posts deal with children, there’s broader information that can prove helpful for any physician working in the ER.
61. HOSPITALS & HEALTH NETWORKS
Hospitals & Health Networks is geared toward leaders in hospital systems, with topics ranging from workplace diversity to cybersecurity. The tab for legislation and regulations at the top makes it easy to find articles about how policy affects hospital systems.
62. DR. WES
Dr. Westby Fisher started a blog “standing up for the practicing physician” in 2005. Dr. Wes handles topics unique to practicing doctors, such as physician burnout, but also invites them to think critically about how they can improve patient care by supporting appropriate legislation.
Physicians who are, or will be, mothers will appreciate MomMD’s posts about how to maintain work-life balance, going through pregnancy while working, and advancing their careers. And this blog isn’t just for moms — it’s designed to support all women in medicine.
64. LIFE IN THE FAST LANE
This blog offers a surprisingly fun take on emergency medicine without veering too far off course.Life in the Fast Lane features interviews with physicians and a number of databases for topics like toxicology and clinical cases. And be sure to check out the Funtabulously Frivolous Friday Five, a weekly five-question quiz completely unrelated to medicine.
65. SARA T, M.D.
Like many MDs, family physician Dr. Sara Taylor devotes her career to helping patients get better. But when she’s off the clock, her passion is helping her fellow doctors focus on wellness. She achieves this by blogging about avoiding burnout, embracing creativity and staying physically active.
66. DR. SMITH’S ECG BLOG
A blog about electrocardiogram interpretation might sound pretty specific, but it can be useful for those who see patients in the emergency room. Dr. Stephen Smith shares lots of ECG examples, talks about how the patient was treated, reflects on learning points, and invites readers to weigh in.
67. DB’S MEDICAL RANTS
Even doctors find themselves facing scrutiny from the public. And any physician who has found themselves frustrated with the criticism might want to bookmark DB’s Medical Rants from Dr. Robert M. Centor. This blog provides a support system for doctors by highlighting some of the unfair assumptions people make.