Joining the Research Blogging community

Apr 06, 10
Joining the Research Blogging community

Yesterday, I posted a review of an Academic Medicine education article on how to prepare medical students for their clinical clerkships, based on the Kolb learning cycle model. My blog post is now also linked and searchable from the Research Blogging network at Thanks to Life in the Fast Lane, who told me about the site.

What is Research Blogging?

It is a website, which aggregates blog posts that write about peer-reviewed articles. These articles span the entire spectrum of academic research and not just Medicine. My post about the education article is now linked and searchable from this website.

Here is a review of the website from Wired Magazine.

What a great idea to build an aggregator website with a focus in peer-reviewed academic research. It is a perfect bridge between the two worlds of traditional academic research and the Web 2.0 era of blogs and interactivity. I wish I had thought of this idea.

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Michelle Lin, MD

ALiEM Founder and CEO
Professor and Digital Innovation Lab Director
Department of Emergency Medicine
University of California, San Francisco

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