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Recorded Live at Blogworld 2011 in L.A.

The new season of Insights in Nursing kicks off with a live episode recorded from the RawVoice.com booth at Blogworld L.A. at the beginning of November. Joining host Jamie Davis (of the Nursing Show) is Kim McAllister from the Emergiblog, Terri Polick from Nurse Ratched’s Place, and newcomer to the panel, Brittany Wilson (a.k.a. “TheNerdyNurse”).

All four panelists were attending the conference primarily to participate in the social health care track where they discussed and presented on a variety of topics including HIPAA and social media, patient access to information online, and setting the agenda for the future of social media interaction with health care, patients, and professionals.

They also got the chance to briefly interview with nurse blogger Jana Hartley who blogs with her husband, a doctor of physical therapy, at ADoctorandaNurse.com. It is always exciting to see new nurse bloggers, tweeters and facebook fans branching out into using social media to support high quality health care information to their communities, colleagues and patients.

On the panel this week:

Brittany Wilson, author of TheNerdyNurse.com blog and on Twitter @thenerdynurse.

Terri Polick, author of Nurse Ratched’s Place and on Twitter @MotherJonesRN

Kim McAllister, author of the Emergiblog and on Twitter @emergiblog

and host Jamie Davis, the Podmedic, RN, NREMTP, BA, AAS managing director of the ProMed Network and host of the Nursing Showand MedicCast weekly programs.

Join us as we delve in to our week’s topic.

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Links from the Topic:

New site for Social Healthcare discussion (HealthCareBloggers.com)

Blogworld website

Robot Nurse from Japan article

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