Dr Christian Sinclair, Pallimed, writes “Losing the Ability to Smell and Taste Didn't Miss You, Til Ya Left Me”Welcome to the Grand Rounds Diversity Edition, Vol. 5 No. 34 - where we celebrate the differences that make the health/medical blogosphere so beautiful and rich.If this is your first visit to the Health Blogs Observatory, please feel free to look around and explore. Consider submitting your blog to our directory, to gain better exposure and participate in our future research. We are conducting open research of the health/medical blogosphere and would be delighted if you would consider joining us.We wish to dedicate this edition of the Grand Rounds to Florence Nightingale who was born on this day, May 12, 189 years ago.
The Journal of Supportive Oncology (my favorite free journal with excellent practical palliative care articles) published a fantastic review of taste and odor dysfunction in cancer patients. If you read this article you could become a local expert because so few clinicians appreciate the implications or understand the treatment options for these significant quality of life markers. Obviously with this kind of endorsement it qualifies as a teaching file article.
It’s been a good week for Mike……….
Mike is a really cool kid. He plays guitar. No... I play guitar. Mike performs and makes records…….
- Dr Pascale Lane (May 1, 2009)
- Dr. Barbara Goodman (May 4, 2009)
- Wendee Holtcamp (May 9, 2009)
- Janet Stemwedel (May 10, 2009)