Thursday, April 16, 2009

Dr. A Show 90: End of Life Care

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Thursday, April 16th, 2009 at 9pm Eastern Time (0100 UTC)

Join us this week for The Doctor Anonymous Show where our guest will be the blogger who calls himself "Dr. M" who is a good friend of mine and a prior classmate. Our topic will be hospice care and "End of Life" care where "Dr. M" has an interest. His blog is called The Journey Learned.

Following our interview about his blog and his work, Dr. M and I will be talking about "the good 'ol days" when we were in medical school. And, boy do we have stories that go back a long way. I'm really looking forward to this interview, and I hope that you are, too. Also, check out the video post above where Dr. M and I participated in our medical school talent show when we were 2nd year medical students.

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*You can also participate in the live chat room before, during, and after the show. Look for the green "Chat Now" button. If you are registered with the BTR site, your registered name and picture will appear in the chat room.

*You can also call into the show. The number is on my show site. If you have a headset microphone, you can "call" into the show by looking for the "Click To Talk" button at the top of the chat box to try out the BTR VoIP option. Hope these tips are helpful!

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