Links

Medical Blogs I Read:Β 

  1. A Cartoon Guide to Becoming a Doctor
  2. StorytellER doc
  3. Other Things Amanzi – a South African surgeon’s blog!
  4. The Health Scout – more cartoons!
  5. I ❀ Histo – histology tumblr
  6. A Doctor in the House – ophthalmology resident at Mayo Clinic
  7. The Girl in the White Coat
  8. A Hopeful Doc
  9. At Least We Made It This Far – radiation oncology resident, Canada
  10. Action Potential – a new resident in a mystery residency (tell me! tell me!)
  11. Solitary Diner – hepatology fellow
  12. Cheerios for Dinner
  13. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to MedSchool – South African student that I wish would start posting again
  14. White Coat Tales – new OB/Gyn resident
  15. Tea with MD
  16. Getting to the M.D.
  17. Mir/Med/Art – some really good anatomic portraits
  18. Healthy Happy Me(d)
  19. Totipotent MD
  20. Medicine n’ Stuff – “who said medicine had to be boring”
  21. Becoming Nurse Ratched – nursing student
  22. Surgeon Lady
  23. Read Robin – MS4 at University of West Indies Mona
  24. Me and my life – Malaysian med student
  25. Laughter is the best medicine – really quite funny med student
  26. Lulu’s Big Adventure
  27. The Waddling Penguin
  28. Sachified – nurse to doctor
  29. Mommy Med – South African doctor and mom
  30. Trypanophobia
  31. Wacky Princess – MS from Mumbai
  32. My First Patient
  33. The Cranky Giraffe – new OB/Gyn resident
  34. Nomadic GP – Australian rural locum
  35. The Urban Doctor Mom
  36. Pressure Cooker

Stuff by me:

  1. On the YJI-blog
  2. OneWord – great site too, check it out
  3. For The Tattoo – scroll down to my name with the list
  4. Poverty Blog for YouthNoise some time ago
  5. Old Blog (not great)

 

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22 thoughts on “Links”

  1. Despite the fact that I’m a total stranger, I’m a huge fan of this blog. I stumbled upon it randomly when looking for opinions on physicians with tattoos and piercings. Just wanted to let you know that I find this blog incredibly entertaining.

  2. Hi! I couldn’t find a contact email, so just adding a comment here. I’m Sarah Kim from One Medical Group — and we’ve recently established a scholarship program for 3rd year medical students interested in primary care. I’d love to see if you’d be interested in helping us promote this to your readers — many who (I assume) are also medical students. If interested, could you email me at skim[at]onemedical[dot]com.

    Best,
    Sarah Kim

    1. Hi Sarah, thanks for your message. Sorry about the difficulty with the email. Privacy issues πŸ™‚
      I have just sent you an email. Please let me know if you do not receive it, and I will resend.
      Best wishes
      Barefootmeds

  3. Hey,really like your blog,would like to ask u a few questions regarding medical schools if u can pls send me a mail,good luck with the studies πŸ™‚

  4. Hi,love the blog:), since there is no contact address I guess I’ll take a chance here. I have a medical blog and site that focusses on new medical techs and tips for for those in the med field, I was hoping perhaps you would be able to help me out …

      1. Hi, thanks for replying…well I was either thinking of some sort of link sharing or perhaps even through a guest blog post.I could let forward you the links to my sites, if you interested at all please do not hesitate to send me mail.:)

  5. Hello, I’m the marketing assistant for Medicine Books at Oxford University Press. I’m writing to you to ask if you would be interested in reviewing forthcoming Oxford Specialty Training titles? For more information, please email me at eleanor.wray.contractor@oup.com
    Many thanks.

  6. Hi, while searching for medical blogs, I luckily had the chance of finding yours. Your combination of book reviews, medical daily routine entries and especially your work on the tips for new student interns series are amazing! Maybe you are interested in reviewing our new Qbank, magazine as well as online tutorials as this could be an additional medical resource for your readership? For further information, please email me at: t.vennemann@lecturio.com. Big thanks in advance and keep up with your great work!

  7. Stumbled upon this not really looking for everything but love a good read, especially medically related since I am trying to blog myself (bit difficult juggling time as a final year med student)
    Love how its not ONLY medicine you write about, and the poems and pics make it light and uplifting to read.
    Look forward to more posts!

    Welcome to check out my blog too- more of music, the arts and spiritual stuff amongst other things:)

  8. Hello,
    I just matriculated and I was really hoping to get into med school this year. Even though my marks were quite good and I was on the waiting list, I didn’t get in. I am immensely glad that I found your blog though, it really helped me realise that there are other alternatives. So thank you. The fact that you are an avid reader as well is a bonus! I definitely will continue reading your blog πŸ™‚

  9. Hi Mariechen,

    I’ve just come across your blog and really enjoyed reading through your stuff and I’d love for your content to be published and shared on our website, Campus Society, and yes, I work at Campus Society (in case you hadn’t sussed :P). It’s a global community site for students that allows you to share knowledge, collaborate and network globally – I think your blog really provides a unique perspective, and as such, I think it would be amazing to have you on board. The whole concept is based on ‘channels’ that allow for easy interaction. I am part of the newly launched blogging network on our site and we would love if you created a channel where you share your blogs. The key draw is the fact that you can:

    (a) build a substantial following here as our community is growing quickly and

    (b) people can interact via chat around your posts and this leads to very useful engagement.

    It’s like a community version of your traditional blog! There is such great scope to grow and publicise your blog and earn rewards for your work with some really exciting incentives (real, physical ones!)

    We’d love for you to be a part of it and it’s super easy to get started. Simply follow this link http://www.campussociety.com/how-to-start-a-student-blog/ and you will be sent directly through to our Network where you can start growing your blog right away.

    I really hope we can see your channel on board the site, soon!

    Cheers,
    Tom

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