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Twitter greatest hits

December 31, 2008

Twitter is a microblogging service where users share their lfe 140 characters at a time.  Here is a collection of […]


Take responsibility for your history, and become healthier

December 29, 2008

This article is part of a patient education series that I previously published elsewhere. Explanation is here. If you have […]


Merry Christmas!

December 24, 2008

I am having a lovely holiday, and as this goes live, I am enjoying my last day of work for […]


Victoria doctors now only second class citizens

December 23, 2008

Since the early nineties, doctors in Victoria have been underpayed compared to their interstate colleagues. After bitter negotiations, the AMA […]


What to do when doctors go bad

December 22, 2008

When I started blogging, I got excited, and made far too much of a commitment. So now I have some […]


It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas

December 20, 2008

I have been reading some very impressive blogs with ideas for exciting and creative Christmas crafts (like Advent calenders and […]


How to be an organ donor

December 19, 2008

I recently wrote about what it was like for me to witness surgical organ retrieval for transplantation. It is important […]


Organ donation from the inside

December 17, 2008

It seems car accidents must be an integral part of any holiday season. As road death is a key source […]


Please vote in the 2008 Medical Weblog Awards

December 16, 2008

The 2008 Medical weblog awards are hosted by Medgadget. Nominations are open to everyone (by commenting on the above post). […]


Welcome Back and Merry Christmas!

December 15, 2008

I have returned from my holiday, and am having a tough time returning to work. First of all, Merry Christmas! […]


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