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I am a regular follower of your blog, and I find your insights and experiences most enlightening. I am a health informatics professional (BSc HINF, UVic ’88), and I have been practicing for the past 6 years in the area of physician adoption of electronic medical records (EMR). I was in Alberta for 5 years with the Physician Office System Program (POSP), and I am now in Victoria as a Local Relationship Manager for the Physician IT Office (PITO).
I would be interested in your perspectives on the use of primary care decision support systems in general, and EMRs in particular.
Just a suggestion for a future blog topic…get some rest!
I recently put together a list of 50 different doctors that are Twittering and you’ve been included in the list;) If you wouldn’t mind, could you share my list with your followers and blog readers?
Here’s the post:
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation/CBC Radio-Canada, national public radio and television broadcaster we would like to use and reproduce the photo:
NAME OF THE SHOW: Les docteurs
NAME OF THE EPISODE: Know your body sings
SHOW #: 0045-2159
AIR DATE: JANUARY 13TH
FOR: All media World Rights Perpetuity
CBC Radio-Canada/Copyright department
Phone 514 597-7358
I don’t own these images.
Want to work for the 2009 OCFP Rural Family Practice of the Year. Looking for a balance between work, family and lifestyle. Please consider visiting our website, http://www.mfht.org, to view our physician ads. I am actively recruiting 2nd and 3rd year residents, as well as 2-3 family physicians/locums to come work with our team in Marathon, Ontario. I would be happy to answer any questions you may have. I can be reached at email@example.com. Thank you.
thanks for the message; I’ll be sticking with BC for now!
I see your post about bell’s palsy is a year old, but I was wondering how you are doing now? I had bell’s palsy about 7 months ago and my paralysis is gone but I have some other persisting symptoms. I can’t seem to find much on the internet about how people are doing once they are “healed.” I still get dizzy all the time and have hypersensitive hearing. If you get this my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Taryn! I am fully recovered, I was very lucky. Have some jaw problems on that side but I think they are unrelated.
I’m really not an expert in Bell’s Palsy except insofar as I experienced it. Best I can suggest is to talk with your doctor and raise your concerns. If your family doctor doesn’t know, they might sent you to an ENT or Neurologist. Best wishes – Jessica
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