With ever-growing social media outlets, news outlets, and blogs, it can be a challenge to find exactly what you need when you need it as it seems information is everywhere. We have done the searching for you and created a list of physician blog resources focusing general medicine and emergency medicine to bookmark today!
KevinMD.com. KevinMD.com is the leading physician resource on social media and offers original content from physicians, advanced practitioners, and medical students to name a few contributor groups. It is considered to be a trusted and reliable source and is often cited in major media.
Penn Medicine. Penn Medicine offers resources on medical science through research to keep readers up to date on precise and personalized care. The health and wellness blog includes topics such as general health, preventative care, and primary care.
The Doctor Weighs in. The Doctor Weighs in blog site is considered to be the “…Global leader in providing reliable, high-quality content”. This blog site has coverage across various topics and focuses on evidence-based stories. From clarifying the confusion on health diets to understanding MRSA, this blog site’s content is credible and reliable.
Common Sense Family Doctor. The name says it all in terms of what is posted on this blog site. Dr. Kenny does a terrific job of offering common sense approaches to thinking on health and conservative medicine. The content includes some visuals, but primarily focuses on the expertise of Dr. Kenny.
Doctor’s Crossing. Created by Heather Fork, MD, CPCC, the blog acts as a resource to help reach out to physicians who may need a coach to work through burnout, refocus their careers, or who are seeking to renew their careers. This blog typically offers original curated content, visuals, as well as examples and tips making an easy to use resource.
ACEPNow. ACEPNow is the voice of emergency medicine and serves as the official publication of the American College of Emergency Physicians. ACEPNow is a reliable source of information that is indispensable content for Emergency Physicians. Read all about breaking news, practice trends, FDA coverage, and expert opinions in this blog. There is no shortage of content written by physicians for physicians.
R.E.B.E. L. EM. R.E.B.E.L. EM stands for Rational Evidence Based Evaluation of Literature in Emergency Medicine. The content of this blog resource focuses on evidence-based clinical topics with a goal of cutting down the time between translating knowledge or research to application in the clinical environment. With a team of MDs as guest and previous contributors, R.E.B.E.L. EM. serves as a peer-reviewed source of information.
The Skeptics’ Guide to EM. This particular blog site is certainly comprehensive and offers a weekly podcast and blog. The Skeptic’s Guide to EM focuses on knowledge translation at a much faster rate vs the top down/didactic method of teaching. SGEM creates content that comes from the Best Evidence in Emergency Medicine (BEEM).