Friday, November 27, 2009

Engage with Grace Blog Rally

The Engage with Grace blog rally has spread far and wide, for the second year. Here is a list of participants that I have seen so far. I'll keep adding. If I missed you, please submit a comment with the name and url, and I will update this posting.

In case you wonder why we do this, see this post on my blog below:

Last year I had a discussion with my loved one because of the blog rally and unfortunately it actually came into play in Sept. when she was diagnosed with end stage pancreatic cancer. Something that we did not anticipate but really must be brought to light, especially with elderly couples; often the primary advocate is so distraught at the probability of losing their 47+ year partner, emotions cloud key judgement. We experienced battles with my uncle over increasing pain meds., etc. and hospice walked such a fine line because he, as her health proxy could have asked them to leave at any time (as we were told). So in addition to having a discussion regarding these end of life questions -- elderly couples really need to think about whether their spouse will truly be able to carry out their wishes when the time comes.

Matthew Holt's The Health Care Blog
ElizaBlog
NetAge Endless Knots
Boston Globe White Coat Notes
NPR Health Blog
Kim Painter on USA Today
Pallimed
Health Care Law Blog
33 Charts
The Tsunami Mommy
NickDawson.net
EMed concepts
e-patients.net
Diva Marketing Blog
Health Populi
David Fisher, MD, MPH
A Traveler from the World of Work
Roni Zieger on the Huffington Post
Melissa Cooks Gourmet
The Medical Quack
David Harlow's HealthBlawg
Kevin, MD
Massachusetts Liberal
Michael Miller's Health Policy and Communication Blog
Beating Social Anxiety
Pam Ressler's Blog
Ted Eytan, MD
Suture for A Living
Project Health Design
Bouncing Baby Boomers
Muck Rack
Justin's Hope
Osteopathic Injustice
NHPCO
Trusted MD
Grief, Loss, and Transitions
Reflections in a Head Mirror
Fresh Widow
Public Healthcare Promotion
Just So you Know
Precious Bodily Fluids
Operation Marathon
Networks, Complexity, and Relatedness
Dr. Shock, MD
The Orthopedic Posterus
Compliance Building
Laika's MedLibLog

(from here down -- added after initial posting)
The New Life of e-Patient Dave
Cathy Arnst at Business Week
Justen
PharmaGossip

Musings of a Distractible Mind
Palliative Care Grand Rounds
MITSS -- Medically Induced Trauma Support Services
Health IT and Healthcare Reform
Jazz Ramblings
Grief Healing
Anatomy on the Beach
Medicalcenterinfo.com
McDoc
Ignite09
E-Learning
Brass and Ivory
Colorectal Cancer Coalition
Suzi's Musings
Chronic Healing
Perfect Memorials
Hefidi
Esse Diem

(In case you are wondering, that's 70, so far . . .)

MITSS (again, their other blog)
Emerging Medical Concepts
Street Prophets
Grief, Loss, and Bereavement Edublog
BIDMC
Adam Bosworth's Welblog
Healthcare Ruminatio
Epidemiology Cafe
Marty Bonick

7 comments:

e-Patient Dave said...

The New Life of e-Patient Dave

sjdmd said...

Emerging Medical Concepts
published 2009.11.26 0901 and one year ago at http://www.emedconcepts.com/2008/11/engage-with-gra.html

mcdoc said...

Forgot, cross-posted on
Street Prophets
http://www.streetprophets.com/story/2009/11/26/71057/529

Kirsti A. Dyer said...

Another post, Talk with Your Loved Ones about End of Life Preferences: Engage with Grace with link to a similar story to Za's.

Anonymous said...

You missed bidmc.org/yourhealth/bidmcinteractive/blogs/bidmcnewsandnotes.aspx

David Harlow said...

Here's another for you: Doug Brown, SVP & GC at UMass Memorial http://healthcareruminatio.blogspot.com/2009/11/engage-with-grace.html

Thanks for doing this once again.

Marty Bonick said...

A little late, but better than never...from Marty Bonick, CEO of Jewish Hospital and author of Hospital Life Blog...

http://www.hlifeblog.com/2009/11/its-not-too-late-to-engage-with-grace.html