Attention, please! We'll be hosting next week's Grand Rounds blog carnival here at the 'Mine. This is my third time hosting this awesome weekly forum of the best of medical and health blogging — as submitted by anyone who wants to participate.
For a look-see, check out this week's edition over at DrPullen.com.
Lots of hosts use themes. It being the 15th of March next Tuesday, we are going for the Ides of March, an auspicious or foreboding day, depending on your outlook.
Send your submissions to us at info_at_diabetesmine.com with "Grand Rounds Submission" in the subject line. Please include the title of your post and the URL, along with a brief summary of the topic or bent. Deadline for submissions is 5pm Pacific Time on Sunday, March 13th.
Many thanks to the folks at Better Health for organizing this sharing forum that helps us all expose our work to new colleagues and new audiences. We <3 you, Val and Gene.
And to borrow a trick from Dr. Pullen's playbook: While you're at it, subscribe to this blog and never miss a DiabetesMine.com post, plus you can follow us at @DiabetesMine on Twitter.
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