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Pork Lettuce Wrap
2012-01-30 16:00:00
For the main dish, Michelle prepared a Pork Lettuce Wrap for the Chinese New Year celebration at the South Arm Cooking Club for Seniors. You can use ground turkey or chicken for this recipe.
BURGER GIFT WRAP
2011-12-13 06:48:00
With Christmas right around the corner we just couldn't resist this one--hamburger gift wrap brought to you by the wonderful folk over at Gift Couture, a creative giftwrap start-up dedicated to themed paper.
Chicken Wrap
2010-10-24 17:00:00
For the main course, Marian prepared a simple Chicken Wrap for the South Arm Cooking Club for Seniors. The Chicken Wrap is a nice change from the regular pasta or grain dish. The Chicken Wrap is colorful as it has various color vegetables like green snow peas, yellow and red bell peppers.
Show 117 Wrap-up
2009-09-19 02:44:00
I gotta tell ya, last night's show was very fun to do. As always you can listen on the player above. Or, you can click here to download and listen anytime. The opening bumper music is from a song I heard earlier in the day. A song that I haven't heard for a long time. I'm not going to spoil it by writing it down - sheesh, you'll have to listen to the very beginning of the show.I covered some serious and not-so-serious news stories on the show last night. In the area of health/medicine, I shared stories of how the FDA this week approved the H1N1 vaccine which is a step closer to the eventual distribution of the immunization. Also talked about the latest in the health care reform debate from Washington.In addition to these topics, I talked about the upcoming BlogWorld and New Media Expo, the Kayne/Taylor episode at the VMAs (including sound clips), and some other news stories. Our good friend Mother Jones RN called in to voice her opinion about the VMA episode. It's hard to belie...
Show 116 Wrap-up
2009-09-19 02:42:00
I know I'm really late getting this post up, but I had a great time with Show 116 last week. It was opening night for the 2009 NFL season. And, I figured that a lot of people were probably watching the game and not going to be able to tune into the show. Boy, was I wrong. Thanks to everyone who tuned into the show that night.However, with the NFL game going on during my show, and me not really having a lot of material (HA!), I only went 30 minutes - which apparently surprised some people because some people tuned into the show at near the 30 minute point and wondered why the show was ending. Oh well.As always, you can listen to the show in the player above. Or, you can download the show by clicking here and listening to the show anytime. Topics include news about seasonal flu, H1N1 flu, California cougar convention, 9/9/09, and a guy's final wish of being buried in his car. Enjoy the show!
Haleigh Cummings Update ? BNN Radio ? Fri Sept 18 ? Wrap Up
2009-09-18 21:24:00
With so much happening in the Haleigh Cummings case we scheduled a special update on Blog Talk Radio. My guest was TJ Hart, the news director and ace reporter for The Sky 97.3 out of Gainsville Florida. We covered a lot of ground in the 60 minutes on air. One thing has become very clear to ...
Haleigh Cummings ? Caylee Anthony BNN Radio Wrap-Up Sept 13
2009-09-14 14:54:00
It was another lively Sunday afternoon. This week our panel consisted of the Barrett’s, Denny Griffin, TJ Hart, and William ?Cobra? Staubs. We began the program with a quick update on a Miami case. Miami Beach police officer Adam Tavvs is accused of killing two unarmed men in the space of four days, Hussein Shehada and ...
Haleigh Cummings ? BNN Radio Wrap Up Sept/10
2009-09-10 21:57:00
Much has happened in the past three weeks. Today marks the seven month anniversary of the disappearance of then 5 year old Haleigh Cummings. I think it is fair to say that the noose is tightening, but the big question is, on who’s neck? For good reasons law enforcement has been tight lipped about their ...
Wrap-up of Show 114: Columbus Groove
2009-09-07 13:15:00
Thanks so much to Brandice Schnabel for being a guest on Doctor Anonymous Show 114 last week. Her self-published book is entitled "Columbus Groove." We had a great conversation starting out with her love of writing poetry and her dream of publishing her own collection of poetry.I have always been curious about how one would go about self-publishing your own work. In this interview, Brandice goes into that and offers advice to those who are thinking about going this route. We also talked about some of the process she goes through in the creation of a poem - and how that's more difficult than doing something like a video post (which you'll see above).The day after this interview, I got to see Brandice at her book signing which took place at the latest edition of the Canton First Friday event. I got my autographed copy of the book, got to meet her husband and some of her friends, and all of us went out after the event to grab some dinner. Great fun!Thanks to all of you who were able ...
Show 115 Wrap-up
2009-09-07 12:59:00
Thanks to everyone who were able to check out Doctor Anonymous Show 115 on Saturday. I talked about a news story that is interesting locally here - namely, the release from federal prison of former Congressman James Traficant. Interestingly enough, as of this posting, the article in our local newspaper has 1972 comments on the article describing his release.Just yesterday, he gave his first public speech, which can be seen above and was written about in our local newspaper. Still a polarizing figure, but it still seems as if this guy still has a lot of supporters around - and would like him to run again for public office. We'll see if his supporters follow him to the ballot box.The rest of Show 115 has me talking about a number of other current event news stories from the week. It was only a 45 minute show, as I really started to run out of gas near the end, and I didn't want to drag things out any further. You can listen to the show above in the player. Or, as always, you can cli...
Progressive .NET Wrap-up
2009-09-07 08:06:00
So, I’ve gotten back from a most enjoyable couple of days in Sweden where I gave two half-day tutorials, the first being the SOA and UI composition talk I gave at the European Virtual ALT.NET meeting (which you can find online here) and the other on DDD in enterprise apps (the first time I’ve done ...
Haleigh Cummings ? BNN Radio Wrap Up For Sept 6
2009-09-07 05:21:00
Our panel this week consisted of the Barrett’s, TJ Hart, Denny Griffin, William ?Cobra? Staubs, and Art Harris. I had a feeling it was going to be a lively program and I was right. A lot is happening in this case, and it is happening very quickly. Sure, it has taken six months, but suddenly the ...
Show 113 Wrap-up
2009-09-01 04:49:00
Thanks to everyone who were able to check out the Saturday Night Show 113. It was a little tough in that I was talking for most, if not the entire show, which can get tiring sometimes. But, I was able to stumble through by talking about me and talking about some news stories from the past week. So, if you weren't able to catch the show live, I encourage you to listen to the show in the player above. Or, just download the show here and listen anytime. Thanks so much!
Haleigh Cummings ? BNN Radio ? Wrap Up Aug/30
2009-08-31 01:35:00
I was expecting a lively show. And I was not disappointed. It has been a very busy couple of weeks in the case. The watershed was undoubtedly the Putnum County press release on Aug/17. In number of words, it was small, in importance it was huge. No one is pointing the finger at Misty ...
Show 112 Wrap-up
2009-08-29 12:58:00
Thanks so much to everyone who listened to Show 112. As you can see in the graphic below, I think that this was a pretty popular show. It was great to reminisce about how The Doctor Anonymous Show started, where it is now, and possibly where it is going. Hopefully, the show will be around in another year, so that we can talk about it again.We also talked about the MedBlogger programming track at this year's Blog World and New Media Expo which will be at the Las Vegas Convention center on October 15th. Thanks so much to Kim to writing up this post and this other post talking about show 112 over on the BWE blog. I appreciate it. I'm on call this weekend. So, I'm not sure if I'm going to have a Saturday Night show. I have one scheduled up on BlogTalkRadio for Saturday, August 29th, 2009 at 9pm Eastern Time. But, depending on how the day goes, I might just go ahead with the show, or I might even cancel the show. Sorry about being noncommittal about it, but that's what life being on...
Haleigh Cummings ? BNN Radio Sunday Aug/23 - Wrap Up
2009-08-24 19:24:00
It was an interesting program as always. The panel Consisted of the Barrett’s, William ?Cobra? Staubs, and Denny Griffin. We started off with a quick update on the Caylee Anthony case. In particular the hearing last Friday. Little by little we are beginning to understand the defense strategy, clearly Baez wants to point the finger at ...
Show 110 Wrap-up
2009-08-23 01:03:00
Thanks to everyone who checked out Show 110 even though it was one hour later than usual. I had a hospital meeting that night and just got home before going on the air. And, in listening to the show again, I think that it showed in that I didn't think that my part of the show was that great. At the meeting before the show, we talked a lot about the current health care reform debate that is currently going on. I think I was still processing that discussion when I went on the air. I do want to thank my friend Ben who called into the show close to the end of the broadcast - just to chat. I really appreciate it. I think that I have found out something. It really takes me about 20-30 minutes to really get into the show before I get going. And, I think that showed in this show. But, oh well, we'll do better next time.Speaking of which, I hope that you're able to join me for Show 112 which will be tonight at 9pm Eastern Time on BlogTalkRadio (I know it's short notice getting this blog ...
Show 109 Wrap-up
2009-08-19 05:49:00
Thanks to everybody who joined me to the two hour extravaganza that we know as show 109. Our good friends Annie and Burl did not have a show that evening. So, I decided to extend out my show for a full two hours. Thanks to everyone who called in and kept me going for that time. I mean, we had a great time. But, boy, I was really tired after that.I really shouldn't mention this, but there was an annoying person in my chat room during the show. I could have easily kicked out this person or call them out on the show. But, I didn't. That person even called into my switchboard and tried to get in on the show, but I did not pick up the call. That would have been interesting, wouldn't it have been?Anyway, you can listen to the show here on the player above. Or, you can download the show by clicking here and listen to the show anytime on your computer and/or mobile player. Ever since I've brought the show back, the audience has been growing with each show. That is because of all of you ...
Show 108 Wrap-up
2009-08-18 04:00:00
Thanks so much to DG and Tiffany Hollums for being guests on Show 108 talking about them going through the adoption process. I began the discussion by asking them how they met. We then went into their efforts to have a child naturally, which was unsuccessful. Their next step was going through years of fertility treatments - first in Texas, then in Kentucky. One interesting detail which I didn't know is that they are both ministers and achieved Masters degrees in this discipline in the midst of all of this.There was a point in the process where they decided to stop the treatments. This was a very difficult time for the both of them. "I was mourning a loss," Tiffany said during this interview. Then, it was their dear friends who suggested that they consider going through the adoption process (Check out their adoption website here). The final part of the interview talks about where they are right now in this process - which is still early on. I wish the best of luck to the both of the...
Kolkata Blogger?s Meet ? A Wrap Up!!
2009-08-17 17:44:00
The event went on for 5 hours and believe me we did not realize it even once. Mr. Abhishek Rungta saw his watch at 10pm and said ?Tum log 10 baja diya?. The expression said it all. Most of the people I interacted had one single opinion they had never ...
Haleigh Cummings ? Radio Wrap Up ? Aug/16
2009-08-17 01:41:00
Another interesting 90 minutes. I suspect that some of today’s program will make it to the MSM in the morning! How fitting that it will also be the 6th birthday of Haleigh Cummings. Haleigh, if you get to read this, enjoy the cake, and I can guarantee that BNN will buy you many more! Our panel ...
Show 107 Wrap-up
2009-08-12 04:43:00
I know I'm late getting this out, but thanks to everyone who tuned into Show 107 last Saturday night. It was fun bringing back the Saturday night show. We talked briefly about the new recommendations as far as how long to stay away from school or work if you have symptoms resembling influenza. We also touched on a couple of other news stories. If you haven't checked out the show yet, click on the player above to listen on the site, or click here to download and listen when you want. Enjoy the show!
Show 106 Wrap-up
2009-08-07 12:01:00
How does that saying go? Hosting a live internet radio show is like riding a bike? Well, maybe. It was great to return to the airwaves after being off for a month and a half. As always, you can listen to the show on the player above, or download the show here and listen to it later. And, of course, don't forget to check out the video post above.I talked a little bit about what I've been doing on my summer "vacation." Thanks to first time listener Jan who not only listened for the first time, she called in to ask me my opinion about the current health care debate. I admit that I could have done a little more research, since my answer could have been a little better.Thanks also to Kimmie and "The Burl" also for calling in and chatting with me on my first show back. In addition to that, I had a little post show "celebration" over on my ustream site for another 30 minutes (following a 90 minute show - sheesh!). Thanks to all of you out there who listen to the show and read the blog. I...
Show 103 & 104 Wrap-up
2009-06-17 12:19:00
Sorry this post is so late getting out. I did want to thank Cliff Ravenscraft for being my guest on Show 103. We had a great conversation about how he started in the new media world - specifically blogging and podcasting. Little did Cliff know that a podcast about the TV show Lost would really start his podcast success. Cliff's GSPN podcast network now has about 20 podcasts on it.We also had a great conversation about how he decided to leave his "regular" job in the insurance industry to go podcasting full time. During this difficult time in his professional life, Cliff shared this situation with his podcast audience. Cliff's latest podcast project is called "Pursuing A Balanced Life," which include changes in his health/fitness plan and finding a balance between work and family life.Finally, we discussed the session that he is presenting at Podcamp Ohio 2 on Saturday, June 20, 2009. In addition to producing podcasts, Cliff also serves as a podcast consultant and sells podcast equ...
May Wrap-Up
2009-06-15 04:50:00
Sorry for this being the latest wrap-up ever. May was a fun month for us. We rolled out a ton of new features: the ability to add YouTube videos and polls to comments, stats in your time zone, the VideoPress upgrade (with HD!), post by email, new stats charts, comment search, improved comment reply by email, and VideoPress.com. May was also the month for our largest-ever WordCamp San Francisco. Mission Bay Conference Center was a packed house, but (amazingly) everything ran on schedule, and nothing went wrong! A round of applause is due to our sponsors, speakers, and everyone who attended for helping to make WordCamp such a smooth success. Thanks for making it all possible. For post-event coverage of WordCamp, check out the updated site for WordCamp San Francisco 2009. And now, the stats for May: 387,416 blogs were created. 411,704 new users joined. 5,504,742 file uploads. 3,333 gigabytes of new files. 826 terabytes of content transferred from our datacenters. 8,625,931 comments. ...
Aloe and Lavander body Wrap
2009-06-12 15:56:00
Aloe is grown and used in abundance in Indonesia, its long, spiny leaves cut and squeezed to release a sticky juice, ideal to pacify upset skin, stimulate the scalp and add fullness and lustre to hair. While aloe is a major ingredient in all kinds of sensitive skin products, there is nothing more seductive than a coating of aloe, lavender and banana leaves, offered in this wrap at the Spa at Jimbaran, Four Seasons Resort Bali. continue reading?..
Papaya Body Polish Wrap
2009-06-12 15:56:00
This erotic-sounding elixir has become synonymous with The Oriental Spa in Bangkok. Around the world people talk with titillation about their pureed papaya, smeared into all the body crevices which are left to sweat under a plastic sheet. Papaya contains certain enzymes, biochemically known as papain (it is used as a meat tenderizer) which soften and revitalize the skin when absorbed. The papain also settles the stomach, making it one of the best things to eat for an upset tummy. It is also perfect as baby food. At home use ready-to-eat rather than unripe papaya (as the acid is too strong), puree it and spread it everywhere, without rubbing. Allow your body to sweat by rolling yourself up in a plastic sheet for 20 minutes. Wash off and feel the results! continue reading?..
Body Wrap and Exfoliation
2009-06-12 15:56:00
Facials address need to exfoliate dead skin cells on the face. But just because other parts of your body may be under wrap, don?t ignore them. Exfoliating everywhere is an important step toward healthier smoother skin. Daily bathing usually get rid of a lot of the dead cells; so does shaving (that?s why men seem to age more slowly than woman- constant facial exfoliation). But if you use a natural sea sponge or a loofah to scrub your skin, you?ll do a more thorough job?..continue reading
Sydney Wrap Up
2009-06-11 13:34:00
This mighta been like 3 weeks ago, but it's still fresh in my memory. Me and Mu got up to sydney with The Troublemakers for a show at the Chinese Laundry. It was real rad. Serious, they know how to party up there. Not only was every act amazing, but the crowd fucken got into it. I was walking around the club before my set when The Hump Day Project were playing, and seriously every motherfucker in that place was dancing. There wasn't one chinstroker to be seen!The troublemakers consist of a big crew of peeps who make music, DJ and put on nights, kinda like we do. In fact, it was rad finding a whole group of dudes who you can really make a music connection like that, especially when it's just one state over. I mean they're into similar stuff as us, they play it nice and hype, they're starting to get into all this new hype minimal shit we're getting into as well. On top of that they're production is sounding on point. We got to listen to Big Trouble by Derty Rich and Steve Lind ...
Sydney Wrap Up
2009-06-11 13:34:00
This mighta been like 3 weeks ago, but it's still fresh in my memory. Me and Mu got up to sydney with The Troublemakers for a show at the Chinese Laundry. It was real rad. Serious, they know how to party up there. Not only was every act amazing, but the crowd fucken got into it. I was walking around the club before my set when The Hump Day Project were playing, and seriously every motherfucker in that place was dancing. There wasn't one chinstroker to be seen!The troublemakers consist of a big crew of peeps who make music, DJ and put on nights, kinda like we do. In fact, it was rad finding a whole group of dudes who you can really make a music connection like that, especially when it's just one state over. I mean they're into similar stuff as us, they play it nice and hype, they're starting to get into all this new hype minimal shit we're getting into as well. On top of that they're production is sounding on point. We got to listen to Big Trouble by Derty Rich and Steve Lind ...
Show 102 Wrap-up
2009-06-09 04:19:00
Lost of audio problems plagued Show 102 from Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. I even thought about deleting the show - mainly because I was so frustrated throughout the show.But, as you can see above, show 102 has been kind of popular as far as BlogTalkRadio standards. And, just to let everyone know, this is not your "typical" Dr. A Show. This type of show is one where my BlogTalkRadio friends called into my show for support and to say hello. At the beginning of the show, I tried to do some news stories, but didn't really work out that way. So, I hope you enjoy it. Sometimes it's interesting to see how a show host endures the stress of something like technical problems. See how I dealt with it. Thanks to all those who listened live and who already listened to the archived show!
Weekend Rewind Part III: MLS Wrap
2009-06-08 19:33:00
Are you ready for this? The LA Galaxy actually won a game!!! The Galaxy improved to 2-1-9 on the season, defeating Toronto FC 2-1 thanks to an Edson Buddle game winner in the 77th minute. Taylor Twellman scored his 100th career goal as the Revs beat New York 4-0. Twellman, who was once thought to be ...
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Show 100 Wrap-up
2009-05-29 06:11:00
Great discussion about Podcamp Ohio tonight. Thanks to Angelo for giving us the latest information and thanks to Daniel for calling in to talk about the three sessions that he will be presenting. I feel like such the slacker because I backed out on doing a session - oh well.You can listen to the show on the player above or download the show by clicking this link. Also, thanks to Kat for calling in at the end of the show to talk about show 100. Plus, my thanks to those who were able to check out the post show over on my ustream.tv link. I'm on call this weekend, so there will be no Saturday show. But, next Thursday, I will be at a conference in Hilton Head and hopefully I'll be able to broadcast Show 101 from there. Have a great weekend everybody!
Show 98 & 99 Wrap-up
2009-05-28 05:43:00
I've been a bad show host in that I have forgotten to put up the links for the two previous shows. As you remember, on Show 98, we talked about the huge medblogger meetup which will be taking place before BlogWorld and New Media Expo this fall. The Medblogger meet up will be Thursday, October 15th, 2009 in Las Vegas. You can listen to show 98 on the player below or download here. For Show 99, I want to thank BlogTalkRadio for featuring the show at near the top of the page (see graphic above). I was very pleasantly surprised with this. As you know, Show 99 was "The Night Shift with Dr. A and Kat." At the beginning of the show, we talked about how I saw a movie and went to a winery before the show - that's what made the show so entertaining. You can listen to Show 99 above in the player or download the show here. The 2nd part of the Show 99, we talked about some news stories including the kid and mom who were on the run from court ordered chemotherapy.
Weekend Wrap Up ? Don?t Worry, It Won?t Be Too Over Stimulating?
2009-05-26 17:39:00
As any decent blogger knows, the beginning of the week is when everyone reads the most blogs. Why? Because they are back in the office and have nothing better to do. Why blog from home when there are so many other activities available like washing behind your boys? toilet or figuring out what that smell is in the kitchen sink or maybe even watching your child participate in a sporting event. Do I know about the high frequency of blogging during the workweek from experience? Why yes, yes I do. An experienced blogger once told me about it. I read, heard and saw a lot this weekend. This is partly because I swore that this Memorial Day Weekend, for the first time in almost 10 years, I was going to sit in the comfort of my own home and watch both the Indy 500 and Coca-Cola 600 from start to finish. If only I hadn?t been so precise with my wordage. The weekend might have been much different if not for the 24 hours it took to get in just over half of the 600 mile NASCAR race. (I ...
MLS Wrap: Another Draw For The Fire
2009-05-10 17:48:00
Another game, another draw for the Chicago Fire. Speaking as a Fire supporter, this is getting very frustrating. The Fire remain undefeated but had to settle for a 1-1 draw versus the hated New England Revolution last night at Toyota Park. As a whole, you could say either the teams were either very evenly matched or ...
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Show 95 Wrap-up
2009-05-10 05:41:00
Thanks to everyone who checked out Show 95 either live, or on the archives. (You can listen in the player above, or download the show here and listen anytime) The news stories I covered this week include Busts 4 Justice, Michael Phelps getting back into the pool, Swine/H1N1 story being overblown, Boston Trolley Crash, and Lady Liberty's Crown open to the public again. I also talked about by my time in Chicago with our pals Annie & Burl and Kimmie. Sorry that Kat wasn't able to join the show. Not only did I forget to tell her about the show, Kat was feeling a little bit under the weather. (Get well soon Kat) Hope you're having a great weekend everybody. Don't forget Mother's Day on Sunday!
Show 94 Wrap-up
2009-05-09 16:39:00
We had a great time on this week's show talking about various news topics like face transplant, hand transplant, medical iPhone applications, and more. I also shared a little about my week and about my recent trip to Chicago. You can listen to the show in the player above or download the show here.I also invite you to The Night Shift with Dr. A tonight, Saturday, May 9th, 2009 at 9pm Eastern Time on BlogTalkRadio. Join me and co-host Kat from the BTR show "Llanview Lowdown" to discuss a variety of topics including current events, health, medicine, entertainment, and whatever else comes up.
April Wrap-Up
2009-05-09 03:55:00
In April we introduced Instant Findability, TED video embeds, a springtime theme, a cool new domain, and reply-by-email for comments, now open to all. A pretty busy month, with more awesome features on the way, plus WordCamp San Francisco, on May 30. If you’re in town or want a reason to be, be sure to register soon. We’ve got a great speaker line-up, free WordPress schwag to give away, and, of course, a BBQ lunch. Here are the stats for April: 370,053 blogs were created. 401,320 new users joined. 5,206,156 file uploads. 3,050 gigabytes of new files. 775 terabytes of content transferred from our datacenters. 8,691,962 comments. 6,991,335 logins. 1,162,296,607 pageviews on WordPress.com, and another 1,130,311,791 on self-hosted blogs (2,292,608,398 total across all WordPress blogs we track). 1,904,262 active blogs and 19,665,407 active posts where “active” means they got a human visitor. 1,569,961,240 words. Other cool stuff: After tallying the community vote, t...
Show 93 Wrap-up
2009-05-01 11:31:00
Thanks to Angelo Mandato for coming on the first part of Show 93 to talk about Podcamp Ohio 2. It's hard to believe that it's only about 50 days away now. Angelo updated us on the planning process as well as talking about the sponsors for the event. We also talked about registration and encouraged attendees to also present a session at Podcamp this year. Sorry Angelo for cutting your time this evening for our 2nd topic....For the bulk of the rest of the show, I thought it would be interesting to talk about what's going on with the swine flu. Apparently, we can't call it that anymore in favor of the en vogue term "H1N1 virus." Oh well. I gave just a little bit of clinical information. And, then there was a call from California - a health professional on the ground there. He shared his theory (which I agree with) as far as why the media is making a bigger story of this than it really should.Then, I got two prank callers in a row. Want to see how I dealt with them? Well, you'll ju...
Trispecs Wrap Up All Your Gadgets In One Stylish Pair of Sunglasses
2009-04-29 21:52:00
Control your phone and MP3 player with these smart, sensible sunglasses. They don't look half bad, etiher.
Chicago Wrap-up
2009-04-29 15:09:00
Just got home last night from the great city of Chicago. Officially, I was at the American College of Physician Executives for their Physicians in Management course. Maybe at some future Dr. A Show, I should really share some of the information that I learned there. It's no secret that docs don't get much (if any) formal business or management training in medical school or residency. And, I have definitely do have an interest in these type of issues. So, maybe at some future point, I'll share some of this info.Above, there are a few links to the fun parts of my week in Chicago. First, check out the video post above from our buddy Kim who flew in from Seattle to hang out with our friends Annie and Burl. I also did two of my live internet radio shows from Chicago - specifically from the luxurious studios of Annie and Burl. In addition to the players above and below, you can download the shows as well for Dr. A Show 91 and the Night Shift show.Now, that I'm thinking about it, maybe...
Show 90 Wrap-up
2009-04-17 12:21:00
Thanks so much to my good friend "Dr. M" for coming on Show 90 to talk about the sometimes misunderstood topics of palliative medicine and hospice care. We both trained as family physicians, but now he has found a calling to take up the specialty of palliative medicine. (You can listen to the show in the player above or download the show here Also check out the video post above)Following our conversation, which included talking about his blog called "The Journey Learned," Dr. M and I talked about our med school days when we were on call during certain rotations and the obscure facts that we learned to look good on rounds. We also talked about how we come to find out that I played piano and how he liked to sing - definitely great stress relief - especially during those stress filled times of med school.At the end of the show, our friend Kevin called in to share some thoughts on hospice care. He is a member of the "Warrior's Wish Foundation." You may remember Kevin calling in back on...
Show 89 Wrap-up: Medbloggers at 2009 BWE/NME
2009-04-10 11:47:00
Thanks to Kim and Dr. Val for being guests on Dr. A Show 89 (You can listen on the player above. Or, you can download the show here and listen anytime. Also check out my video post above as well). We talked with Kim first about how she got involved with this project. If you didn't already know, it was Kim's rant on her blog that caught the attention of Blog World Expo. At the 2008 BWE, there was a brainstorming session of possible topics for presentations. Kim put these topics on the blog and people voted on them. The final list is below:*The State of the Health Blogosphere: We've Come A Long Way, Baby*Staying On The Good Side of HIPAA: Safe and Ethical Blogging Practices*Blogging For Change: How To Influence Healthcare Through Blogging*The Value of Blogs To Hospitals, Industry, and News OrganizationsDr. Val has been contacting prospective panelists for these topics. And, she invited me not only to be a part of the panel, she asked me to moderate one of the panels, which I'm ver...
Show 89 Wrap-up: Medbloggers at 2009 BWE/NME
2009-04-10 11:47:00
Thanks to Kim and Dr. Val for being guests on Dr. A Show 89 (You can listen on the player above. Or, you can download the show here and listen anytime. Also check out my video post above as well). We talked with Kim first about how she got involved with this project. If you didn't already know, it was Kim's rant on her blog that caught the attention of Blog World Expo. At the 2008 BWE, there was a brainstorming session of possible topics for presentations. Kim put these topics on the blog and people voted on them. The final list is below:*The State of the Health Blogosphere: We've Come A Long Way, Baby*Staying On The Good Side of HIPAA: Safe and Ethical Blogging Practices*Blogging For Change: How To Influence Healthcare Through Blogging*The Value of Blogs To Hospitals, Industry, and News OrganizationsDr. Val has been contacting prospective panelists for these topics. And, she invited me not only to be a part of the panel, she asked me to moderate one of the panels, which I'm ver...
Show 88 Wrap-up
2009-04-06 04:12:00
Show Number 88 of The Doctor Anonymous Show was recorded over the weekend. As you'll see in the video above, it is a little behind the scenes look at the beginning of the show where I talk about the Final Episode of ER. (You can listen to the podcast in the player above. Or, you can download the show here and listen to it anytime). My co-host Kat joins the show and shares an experience over the weekend that has changed her life for the better. We close the show talking about the past week including World Autism Awareness Day, Doctors Day, and my recent trip to our nation's capital. Thanks to those of you who listened to the show live and on the archives. I appreciate it. Hope everyone had a great weekend!
Show 88 Wrap-up
2009-04-06 04:12:00
Show Number 88 of The Doctor Anonymous Show was recorded over the weekend. As you'll see in the video above, it is a little behind the scenes look at the beginning of the show where I talk about the Final Episode of ER. (You can listen to the podcast in the player above. Or, you can download the show here and listen to it anytime). My co-host Kat joins the show and shares an experience over the weekend that has changed her life for the better. We close the show talking about the past week including World Autism Awareness Day, Doctors Day, and my recent trip to our nation's capital. Thanks to those of you who listened to the show live and on the archives. I appreciate it. Hope everyone had a great weekend!
Show 87 Wrap-up
2009-04-03 12:11:00
Thanks again to Victoria from VP Medical for being a guest on Show 87 (You can listen to the show on the player here or even download the show by clicking here and listen to the show anytime). We had a great discussion on how she found medicine and a nursing career in the first place. And, then progression to her current work as a case manager and patient advocate. She takes on workers compensation cases and also cases of people who are in the assisted living setting. (also check out the video post above)Following our discussion, I talked about the 2nd annual United Nations World Autism Awareness Day. There is still a lot of controversy about the possible causes and associations of autism with things like vaccinations. I talk about that during the last part of the show. I also reviewed the recent Doctors Day this week and my weekend trip to Washington DC. Thanks so much to Annette Jones, another BlogTalkRadio host, for asking a question during the autism segment.Thanks also to Mothe...
Show 87 Wrap-up
2009-04-03 12:11:00
Thanks again to Victoria from VP Medical for being a guest on Show 87 (You can listen to the show on the player here or even download the show by clicking here and listen to the show anytime). We had a great discussion on how she found medicine and a nursing career in the first place. And, then progression to her current work as a case manager and patient advocate. She takes on workers compensation cases and also cases of people who are in the assisted living setting. (also check out the video post above)Following our discussion, I talked about the 2nd annual United Nations World Autism Awareness Day. There is still a lot of controversy about the possible causes and associations of autism with things like vaccinations. I talk about that during the last part of the show. I also reviewed the recent Doctors Day this week and my weekend trip to Washington DC. Thanks so much to Annette Jones, another BlogTalkRadio host, for asking a question during the autism segment.Thanks also to Mothe...
Show 86 Wrap-up
2009-03-31 14:05:00
Thanks to those of you who were able to check out Show 86 from Washington, DC. (You can still listen to the show in the player above, or, even download the show here and listen anytime). Of course, it was National Doctors Day when this show was recorded and I talked a little bit about that at the top of the show. I also shared my experience with my quick trips to Baltimore and Washington. At the end of the show, I talked about the exciting April schedule for The Doctor Anonymous Show. I travel home this afternoon and return to real life. It's always nice to take some time off every once in a while. I should really do this more :)
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