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Top 5 Medical Blogs to Follow in 2016

by Jeff M. Writer

In today's fast paced world where innovations are taking place rapidly, and ground-breaking medical triumphs are recorded frequently, it's imperative to be on your toes to remain abreast of happenings in the medical world.

There are tens of thousands of medical blogs in the blogosphere but it's practically impossible to keep track of every one of them. Here are the top 5 medical blogs to follow this year.

1.     Life in the fast lane (LIFL)

This is a medical blog and website dedicated to providing free online emergency medicine and critical care insights and education for everyone. Run by a team of emergency physicians in Australia and New Zealand, LIFL explores the changing world of eLearning, emergency medicine, critical care and toxicology through clinical cases, fictionalized anecdotes and medical satire.

Who is it meant for? Healthcare practitioners and patients.

2.    DoctorCPR

This top medical blog provides useful articles and insights about the practical aspects of a medical career: advice about running a medical practice, earning more income, boosting productivity, getting a better job and much more. The website also provides top medical job listings and links to helpful resources to help healthcare professionals boost their medical careers. 

Who is it meant for? Medical professionals seeking to enhance their careers.

3.    Medgadget

This is a medical blog which reports the latest medical technology news, interviews leaders in the medical field, and files dispatches from medical events from around the world. Managed by a team of doctors and bio-medical engineers, this blog provides the latest updates on medical technology, both on and off the Internet. With pictures, videos and articles about everything from surgical robots to smart phone apps, they keep readers up to date on what they call the ‘medical revolution’.

Who is it meant for? Medical professionals and patients who’d love to incorporate technology into their medical experience.

4.    KevinMD

Founded by Kevin Pho, this blog shares stories and insights from different categories of people who interact with the health care system. It’s a punchy, prolific blog which chronicles the health care system through the prism of a primary care provider. It draws contributors from front-line primary care doctors, surgeons, specialist physicians, nurses, medical students, policy experts, and patients. 

Who is it meant for? Medical practitioners, patients, caregivers and policy makers in the healthcare system.

5.    Health diaries

This is a medical blog dedicated to the perspective of the patient. It chronicles the experiences of patients – from their grittiest moments to their little moments of joy. Its contributors are majorly patients and caregivers and it serves as a good spot for people who have just been diagnosed with a particular illness or are trying to make lifestyle changes. If you're looking to hear from patients who have received the treatment you're considering - whether it's a testosterone replacement therapy or an organ transplant - you're sure to find one on this site.

Who is it meant for? Patients and caregivers

Whether you’re a medical practitioner, technologist, patient, caregiver or you just want to keep up with happenings in the medical world, you’d surely find one of these blogs perfect for you!  

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