Thursday, August 27, 2009

It's Your Turn to Blog

You've been reading our posts here at Practice Notes: The Physicians Practice Blog for the better part of two months now, and some of you have shown an interest in having your own voices heard.

Perhaps it's time, then, that YOU become the blogger.

If you've ever had an interest in blogging, or you already have a blog but would like some additional exposure, or you've never thought much about it but suddenly you're getting the itch, then read on for your opportunity to become an official Practice Notes blogger.

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Here's the deal: we're looking for a handful of opinionated, witty, worldly physicians who have the time and the desire to write one or more blog posts weekly on healthcare-related topics of your interest. Want to comment on reform efforts or other healthcare-business news items? Offer insight about how you handle sticky problems at your own practice, or share an interesting anecdote? Discuss how you balance work with the rest of your life? It's all good.

All political persuasions welcome, too, as are the apolitical. Younger or older, male or female, conservative or liberal or in between: We don't care about your ideology as long as you have a unique point of view on healthcare and life in practice.

If you're a physician (MD or DO) who's able to commit to at least one weekly post of about 300 words, and you're willing to keep your posts clean and relevant, then we're interested in trying you out as a Physicians Practice blogger. For more information and/or to express interest, just send me a note, along with a sample blog post and a way of contacting you at:

I look forward to hearing from you.

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