Entries from HEALTH LAW SECTION BLOG tagged with 'blogging'

Pres. Obama's Choices for New Bioethics Commission

4/8/10- A White House press release announced that (1) President Obama released the names of 10 individuals whom he intends to appoint to the recently created Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues. The President previously named the chair...

Welcoming the New FDA.gov website; Transparency Blog with Comments

Commissioner Hamburg recently presented the new FDA.gov website (1-see the video). The new website is easier to read and navigate around due to changes in space methods and an improved, helpful organization. It's a better guide and the space and...

The U.S. State Department's International Health Affairs

Time is of the essence and the Internet makes it more so. Direct and timely from the U.S. State Department’s email subscription service, keep up to date on international health issues. Ask Secretary Clinton a question about her trip to...

X-link to NYSBA blogs

So what are other NYSBA blogs doing this first week of October? There are several new posts and some cross linking of subjects of mutual interest among NYSBA Section blogs. The more active blog writing so far is General Practice...

ABA Journal on Legal Ethics- blog posts

Posted here on Supra a general news item about law blog events. From the ABA Journal Website newsletter, Martha Neil reports that 'RIAA Seeks Sanctions for N.Y. Lawyer’s ‘Vexatious’ Blog Posts of Case Filings'. A lawyer who is known for...

Study: Providers' Blogs Frequently Cross the Privacy Line

A study of health care providers' blogs conducted by Dr. Tara Lagu of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation yielded some interesting findings: We identified 271 medical blogs. Over half (56.8%) of blog authors provided sufficient information in text or image...

The Niche blog by Nature.com

Since June 2007, Nature Reports Stem Cells has hosted a blog, 'The Niche" to provide an informal forum for debate and commentary on stem cell research and its wider implications for ethics, policy, business, and medicine. This blog is a...

Health Policymakers Acknowledge Influence of Blogs

Yesterday's Congressional Quarterly included an article in which federal HHS Secretary Michael Leavitt acknowledged the influece of blogs in the health policy debate: The ever-evolving blogosphere is now helping to shape the health policy debate by allowing more interaction between...

Wendy H. Sheinberg Joins Supraspinatus

I am pleased to announce that Wendy H. Sheinberg of Sheinberg and Associates, PLLC, has joined Supraspinatus, our Health Law Section weblog, as a contributor. Wendy's primary areas of practice are Guardianship, Elder Law, Trust and Estate Planning and Trust...

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