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The 2009 Medical Weblog Awards: Vote For Your Favorite Blog

The 2009 Medical Blog Awards

The polls are now open in the Sixth Annual Medical Weblog Awards.

  • Best Medical Weblog
  • The Blog that Ate Manhattan

    Clinical Cases and Images

    Clinical Correlations

    Dr Shock MD PhD

    Gary Schwitzer’s HealthNewsReview Blog


    Musings of a Distractible Mind

    Please vote here…

  • Best New Medical Weblog (established in 2009)
  • Academic Life in Emergency Medicine

    Celebrity Diagnosis





    Please vote here…

  • Best Literary Medical Weblog
  • Literature, Arts and Medicine Blog

    Medical moments in 55 words

    other things amanzi

    The Quack Doctor


    Please vote here…

  • Best Clinical Sciences Weblog
  • Allergy Notes

    Clinical Cases and Images

    Clinical Correlations

    Life in the Fast Lane

    Renal Fellow Network

    Please vote here…

  • Best Health Policies/Ethics Weblog
  • The ACP Advocate Blog

    The Covert Rationing Blog

    Pharma Marketing Blog

    Please vote here…

  • Best Medical Technologies/Informatics Weblog
  • Australian Health Information Technology


    Medical Smartphones



    Please vote here…

  • Best Patient’s Blog
  • ∞ itis

    Postpartum Progress

    The Queen of Optimism


    Six Until Me

    technical right below elbow amputee issues

    Wheelchair Kamikaze

    Please vote here…

    The 2009 Medical Weblog Awards are proudly sponsored by Epocrates.

    The 2009 Medical Weblog Awards announcement

    The 2009 Medical Weblog Awards Nominees…

    *This blog post was originally published at Medgadget*

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