Drugwonks Hits the Highbeam Top10

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  • 01/14/2012

HighBeam Research chooses top 10 blogs for medical research

When looking for understanding and information, most people turn first to the Internet, and in return, those with information are sharing it via online sites and blogs. This may be the most true within the medical community. Blogs and online libraries have grown to be valuable resources for students, professors, working professionals and the general public who have not traditionally had such easy access. As an organization involved with medical research and providing medical resources, HighBeam Research would like to acknowledge our favorite medical blogs.

These top 10 blogs for medical research were handpicked by the HighBeam Research staff as our favorites and included based on their level of insightful and original content as well as the authority and trust that the authors enjoy in the Medical space. Here are our picks:

  • Science Based Medicine: Dedicated to evaluating medical treatments and products of interest to the public in a scientific light
  • Corante: In the Pipeline: Weblog about developments in pharmacology and chemistry
  • Life in the Fast Lane: Dedicated to providing online emergency medicine and critical care insights
  • Clinical Correlations: The NYU Langone Internal Medicine Blog – A Daily Dose of Medicine
  • Science Roll: A doctor’s journey in genetics PhD and medicine through Web 2.0
  • Dr. Shock: Focusing on psychology and the treatment of depression
  • Cases Blog: Health news updated daily by an Assistant Professor at University of Chicago
  • DrugWonks: The web log of the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest (CMPI), a forum offering rigorous and compelling research on the most critical issues affecting current drug policy
  • Academic Life in Emergency Medicine: Collaborating, meeting, and sharing with inspiring people in the academic world of Emergency Medicine
  • BMA Blog: Views from BMA Cymru Wales on health, politics and just about anything

Center for Medicine in the Public Interest is a nonprofit, non-partisan organization promoting innovative solutions that advance medical progress, reduce health disparities, extend life and make health care more affordable, preventive and patient-centered. CMPI also provides the public, policymakers and the media a reliable source of independent scientific analysis on issues ranging from personalized medicine, food and drug safety, health care reform and comparative effectiveness.

Blog Roll

Alliance for Patient Access Alternative Health Practice
Better Health
Biotech Blog
CA Medicine man
Cafe Pharma
Campaign for Modern Medicines
Carlat Psychiatry Blog
Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry: A Closer Look
Conservative's Forum
Club For Growth
Diabetes Mine
Disruptive Women
Doctors For Patient Care
Dr. Gov
Drug Channels
DTC Perspectives
Envisioning 2.0
FDA Law Blog
Fierce Pharma
Fresh Air Fund
Furious Seasons
Gel Health News
Hands Off My Health
Health Business Blog
Health Care BS
Health Care for All
Healthy Skepticism
Hooked: Ethics, Medicine, and Pharma
Hugh Hewitt
In the Pipeline
In Vivo
Internet Drug News
Jaz'd Healthcare
Jaz'd Pharmaceutical Industry
Jim Edwards' NRx
Kaus Files
Laffer Health Care Report
Little Green Footballs
Med Buzz
Media Research Center
More than Medicine
National Review
Neuroethics & Law
Nurses For Reform
Nurses For Reform Blog
Opinion Journal
Orange Book
Peter Rost
Pharm Aid
Pharma Blog Review
Pharma Blogsphere
Pharma Marketing Blog
Pharmacology Corner
Pharmaceutical Business Review
Piper Report
Prescription for a Cure
Public Plan Facts
Real Clear Politics
Shark Report
Shearlings Got Plowed
Taking Back America
Terra Sigillata
The Cycle
The Catalyst
The Lonely Conservative
Town Hall
Washington Monthly
World of DTC Marketing
WSJ Health Blog