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I’ve been terribly remiss as of late in both promoting and submitting to blog carnivals. However, I wanted to draw your attention to an interesting new carnival and the latest edition of an old stalwart. The Cancer Research Blog Carnival is hosted this week at nosugrefneb.com/weblog written by Ben Ferguson, an MD/PhD student in cancer…

Med expert blog roundup at Dr. Val

I got sidetracked today with activities in that thing called the meat world. So, I can only refer you to a very nice roundup of expert medical blogging over at RevolutionHealth and Dr Val and The Voice of Reason blog. Dr Val (Val Jones, M.D.) has been a frequent and thoughtful commenter around these parts…

During the week, I got too tied up to mention that one of our posts on thinking about gender in science and medicine got picked up by Yami McMoots at Green Gabbro for the 13th edition of the Scientiae blog carnival. Scientiae “is a blog carnival that compiles posts written about the broad topic of…

Thoughts About Gender in Science

The Scientiae blog carnival has been soliciting posts for their November edition on “talking to yourself.” Zuska brought this theme to the attention of some of us guy bloggers and carnival host Yami at Green Gabbro elaborated as follows: …the past few Scientiae carnivals have been composed entirely of women’s voices. While I think it’s…

Grand Rounds 3.22 at Pure Pedantry

Jake Young at Pure Pedantry has put together the “Oscars edition” of Grand Rounds for this week. The best of this week’s medical blogging makes for great reading, but I got a kick out of Jake’s explanation of the Oscars that precedes the proceedings. Thanks, Jake, for including our post on patients searching to purchase…

Tar Heel Tavern #87: MSM Addendum

After putting together last evening’s carnival posts, I walked outside this morning to find the Q Opinion section of our local Sunday paper devoted to issues of blogging. Specifically, writer Eric Ferreri poses the question of whether bloggers should have a code of ethics, just like journalists. Martin Kuhn, a former UNC doctoral fellow in…

Tar Heel Tavern #87

Welcome to this week’s edition of Tar Heel Tavern, a roundup of all that is good about blogging from the state of North Carolina. If I missed your submission or if it’s Sunday morning and you think, “Dang, I forget to submit anything,” just fire me an e-mail and I’ll quickly add your work. So,…

Hosting Tar Heel Tavern

Are you a North Carolina blogger of any sort? Have you ever lived in North Carolina? C’mon, I know many, many science folks who at one time did their training in the Old North State. Well, after hosting Tar Heel Tavern at my old blog in the Spring, I thought it would be a good…

As PharmMom is a retired nurse and some of my favorite health sciences students have been nurses, it is always my pleasure to promote Kim at Emergiblog. It’s always worth a trip over if for nothing other than her vintage nursing and pharmaceutical advertisements. The second issue of her newly-established nursing blog carnival, Change of…