My start to blogging

Blogging…

Who would have thought I would start blogging after reading hundreds of blogs for about 15 years? 🙂

However, I find that I have things to say, and I hope this platform will become the place for me to speak my mind.

The target audience of this blog will be physicians and researchers in the domains of anesthesiology and critical care.

I plan to blog about:

  • medicine in general
  • anesthesiology and critical care in particular
  • medical statistics (I have done a MSc in Clinical Trials via the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and I am passionate about learning, teaching, and (most of all) using statistics in everyday clinical life
  • research methodology (as an Associate Editor for the Canadian Journal of Anesthesia I read a lot of papers, and I am troubled by the lack of rigour applied to many of these manuscripts.) We can (and must) do better.
  • critical appraisal of particularly important articles in any of the areas above, and,
  • all things Apple, including hardware, software, and particularly how academic physicians can incorporate Mac or iOS applications to increase their productivity.

Reading the above, it does appear to be a bit of a hodge-podge, so we’ll have to see how it goes.

I plan to tailor the blog as it evolves to maintain relevance to as broad of an audience as I can.

I will very much be learning how to blog as I go. I have never had a blog before. I hope it will be an interesting ride.

Please leave comments if you find something you want to chat about. I will do my best to respond.

Cheers!

Phil

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