Tag Archive: medicine

Inspiration Medley #2

Occasional collections of the beautiful and creative.

Michael Faraday’s thoughts on mental discipline – The pioneering 19th century physicist and chemist discusses how to battle the tendency to accept without question our beliefs and desires.

Candy anatomy – A medical student in Glasgow makes diagrams of body parts and pathogens using candy.

When poisons had personality – Agatha Christie’s use of poisons, based on knowledge acquired while volunteering at a hospital pharmacy during WWI.

Tube worm thoughts – Our life is difficult to imagine, from certain perspectives.

Stunning animated gifs – Some of Lara Paulussen’s enchanting forests, doorsteps and paths.

You can do a lot with finger painting – Well, maybe you can’t, but Judith Ann Braun can.

Anatomy of songs 1 and anatomy of songs 2 – Through cartoons, John Atkinson dissects typical songs from different music genres.

11 types of blog posts for doctors

Maintaining a blog for your medical practice is an excellent way to promote yourself, connect with patients, and further establish your authority. It will also give you more content to share on social media (Referral MD has an excellent post here about the impact of social media on health care.)

When it comes to blog posts for doctors, what topics can work well? From my extensive experience providing posts for medical blogs, I recommend the following 11 types:

Doctors stethoscope 2

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