We have been invited to participate at the medical track of the Blog World Expo. Gene Ostrovsky, an editor of ours, will be on a panel called “Blogging For Change: How To Influence Healthcare Through Blogging” on Thursday, October 15. MedPage Today and Johnson & Johnson are kindly sponsoring the medical part of the biggest blogging conference in the world, and we very much thank them for helping to make this happen.
Here’s the full medical track schedule:
Panel #1 The State of the Health Blogosphere: We’ve Come A Long Way, Baby.
Moderator: Kim McAllister, Emergiblog
Panelist: Kevin Pho, Kevin MD
Panelist: Nick Genes, Blogborygmi
Panelist: Kerri Sparling, SixUntilMe
Panel #2 Staying On The Good Side of HIPAA: Safe and Ethical Blogging Practices.
Moderator: Mike Sevilla, Doctor Anonymous
Panelist: Rob Lamberts, Musings of a Distractible Mind
Panelist: Debra Farber, IBM
Panelist: Bob Coffield, Health Care Law Blog
Panel #3 Blogging For Change: How To Influence Healthcare Through Blogging.
Moderator: Val Jones, Better Health
Panelist: Neil Taverner, Other Things Amanzi
Panelist: Terri Polick, Nurse Ratched’s Place
Panelist: Gene Ostrovsky, Medgadget
Panel #4 The Value of Blogs To Hospitals, Industry, and News Organizations.
Moderator: Gary Schwitzer, Health News Review
Panelist: Marc Monseau, Johnson & Johnson ‘s JNJBTW Blog
Panelist: Bob Stern, MedPage Today
Panelist: Paul Levy, Running A Hospital.