Grand Rounds 4.10 is now up and running at Prudence, MD: Medicine, General health care, and science. GR comes to us all the way from the Philippines this week. I wasn't able to submit anything but she still gave my blog a plug. Thanks so much for this!
This blog carnival of medical posts is already the 10th volume for the fourth year of Grand Rounds. I’ve been hanging around for a while, eversince I caught the GR bug at Doctor Anonymous’ blog. It’ll be my first time hosting this, thanks to Dr. Nicholas Genes of Blogborygmi.
And I think the G.R. is a fine opportunity for me and for other bloggers, too, both medical and non-medical practitioners, to be able to learn more about the practice of medicine in other places (as I’m a general medicine practitioner here in the Philippines) and also other stories that are medically related that happen in other parts of the world, as well as locally. I’m glad that there’s a good turnout of posts for this week.When I was on my blog break, I neglected to mention that Grand Rounds 4.09 was posted up at Mexico Medical Student. This was a great mix of links and music. I encourage you to check it out, if you haven't already.
My apologies to the past two hosts for not submitting anything. I was in my own little GR recovery period. Hopefully, I'll be submitting back to GR soon.
If you don't know what Grand Rounds is, it is a weekly compilation of the best posts from the medical blogosphere that moves to different sites each week. And, who doesn't like reading about medicine and science? Next week, Grand Rounds moves to Enoch Choi's Medhelp site.