New Medical Blog: Renal Fellow Network
Screenshot of Renal Fellow Network
Renal Fellow Network (http://renalfellow.blogspot.com) is "a website written for renal fellows by renal fellows with one new "Nephrology Teaching Point" posted on a daily basis.
It is a forum with the intention of making Nephrology fellowship everywhere a more educational experience."
The blog was started in April 2008 and most articles are signed by Dr. Nathan Hellman who also has a personal blog.
Nathan links to the Nephrology Cases section at Clinical Cases and Images.
I wish more fellows had the time, energy, and skills to maintain a specialty blog. Good luck to the founders in this new endeavor.
RT @JoshuaSchwimmer: "Nathan Hellman, founder of the Renal Fellow Blog, has died. He was 36." http://ping.fm/LQKj9
Nephrology Cases. Clinical Cases and Images.
Using a Blog to Build an Educational Portfolio
How to write a medical blog and not get fired?
Why Do I Blog?
A Doctor's Opinion: Why I Started Microblogging on Twitter
Why I Blog: Andrew Sullivan from The Atlantic Shares His Thoughts on Blogging