Not necessarily in that order...
First, I'd like to extend a heartfelt thank-you for everyone's support in the MedGadget 2007 Medblog Awards contest, which closed out late Sunday night. It was an honor for DiabetesMine to be nominated in both the Best Medical Weblog and Best Patient Weblog categories. If I'm not mistaken, this is the first time any patient-blogger has been nominated for the former, so that was a special treat.
Second, an equally heartfelt congratulations to the winners, who racked up the popular votes:
Best Medical Weblog: Running a Hospital
Best New Medblog (est 2007): Dr. Val and The Voice of Reason
Best Literary Medblog: Random Acts Of Reality
Best Clinical Sciences Medblog: NY Emergency Medicine
Best Health Policies/Ethics Medblog: Running a Hospital (x2)
Best Medical Technologies/Informatics Medblog: TBD (some sort of counting controversy)
Best Patient Blog: ChronicBabe.com
Hop on over and have a peek at the Best of the Best.
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