Medical Blogs

The following is a list of regular Blogs written by physicians. Most of them have RSS feeds that will let you know when new articles are posted.
http://www.medpundit.blogspot.com/
A critical commentary on medical news by a practicing physician.
http://scienceblogs.com/thecheerfuloncologist/
An oncologist talks about cancer and other health issues
http://www.unboundedmedicine.com/
Cases and phenomenal images of surgical procedures.
http://www.rebeldoctor.blogspot.com/
Very eclectic commentary of a psychiatrist/sleep specialist/internist
http://cut-to-cure.blogspot.com/
A perspective on medical and other issues from a general surgeon
http://www.medpundit.blogspot.com/
A critical commentary on medical news by a practicing physician.
http://www.ad-libitum.blogspot.com/
Reflections and opinions on clinical practice and evidence-based medicine
http://codeblueblog.blogs.com/codeblueblog/
Another general commentary on issues in healthcare
http://www.kevinmd.com/blog/
A practicing primary-care physician tells it like it is.
http://surgeonsblog.blogspot.com/
Wherein a surgeon tells some stories, shares some thoughts, and occasionally shoots off his mouth. Like a surgeon.
http://allbleedingstops.blogspot.com/
The accidental blog of a semi-accidental ER doc living in the Pacific Northwest
http://scienceblogs.com/insolence/
The miscellaneous ramblings of a surgeon/scientist on medicine, quackery, science, pseudoscience, history, and pseudohistory (and anything else that interests him)
http://www.medrants.com/
Explorations of medicine and the health care system
http://www.medgadget.com/
Emerging health technology
If nothing else, take a look at:
http://blogborygmi.blogspot.com/2004/09/grand-rounds-archive-upcoming-schedule.html
Grand rounds is hosted each week by a different blogger who picks examples of the best blogs for that week. This site is an archive and list of upcoming sessions.

Medical Teaching Resources Online

Medical Calculator http://www.mdcalc.com/
Create Your Own Cartoon http://www.txt2pic.com/comic-strip/doctor.htm
Procedure Guides http://note3.blogspot.com/
Clinical Cases and Free Images http://casesblog.blogspot.com/
American College of Cardiology Conversations with Experts http://conversations.acc.org/
John Hopkins Podcasts http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/mediaII/Podcasts.html
Journal of American Medical Association Podcasts
http://jama.ama-assn.org/misc/audiocommentary.dtl
Native American Elders Health Care http://learn.sdstate.edu/share/
Transforming Medicine with Tomorrows Technology http://docinthemachine.com/
Practical Prof http://www.practicalprof.ab.ca/
Online Procedure Videos http://www.webmedtechnology.com/physician/video.html
Medical Teaching Technology Blog http://medicine20.wordpress.com/
Cleveland Clinic Webcasts http://clevelandclinicmeded.com/webcastindex.htm
Medical Mneumonics http://www.medicalmnemonics.com/
PowerPoint Instructions http://www.medicine.usask.ca/cbf/JITR/PPIndex/PPIndex

Digital Natives at Analog schools

At the BLC06 conference last summer, keynote Marco Torres, showed a great movie clip and asked the audience to promote and share it. Movie: Digital Students @ Analog Schools Students today are native to technology and schools seem to be stuck in the past. They are not accommodating to todays digital learners. Here is a video where students speak out on what it means to be a digital student at a analog school.

Second Life

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Second Life is a virtual world that has become a popular location for cutting edge educational resources. The population of this virtual world is greater than the population of the prairies.
ScienceRoll (the blog of a medical student studying genetics) has a posting about the top ten medical education sites in Second Life.
http://scienceroll.com/2007/06/17/top-10-virtual-medical-sites-in-second-life/