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A guide for safe blogging: Protect bloggers in your program from getting in trouble with HIPAA

Residency Program Alert, September 1, 2008

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Have you ever felt the need to vent, describe a satisfying experience you had on the ward, or recount the details of an unusual or challenging case? Discussions like these take place in residency programs all the time, but they also happen someplace else: blogs. People from all facets of the healthcare industry are blogging. In fact, medical blogging, or medblogging, has become its own niche in the blogosphere. Residency program directors, faculty members, residents, and medical students are all part of the trend.

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