Saturday, January 23, 2010

ER and a new hospital for Africa

When I attended Blogworld, I was privileged to meet Anthony Edwards. Yes, Dr. Greene from the TV show, ER. He was a featured speaker there. We briefly discussed his new charity initiative, Shoe4Africa which intends to raise money for a $50 million dollar Children's Hospital. With all the needed attention to the Haiti earthquake, it would be a shame for other wonderful charities to be forgotten. Here is the link:

1 comment:

Alex Moore said...

Hey there! My name is Dr. Moore and I specialize in General Dentistry. I have completed and found these CMEs to be very useful so I thought I’d share them with everyone.

Here’s a description of what they’re about: “Joslin Diabetes Center, through the Professional Education Department, produces continuing medical education (CME) for healthcare providers involved in all aspects of diabetes care. In line with this vision, Joslin has developed a comprehensive, longitudinal platform for Performance Improvement CME (PI CME). PI CME is becoming the accepted standard for certified medical education in the U.S., and Joslin's PI CME platform uses a custom, turn-key approach to help you assess your practice and implement practice changes. The PI CME platform is delivered via the Joslin Professional Education Consortium (JPEC), a web resource extending traditional modes of learning with online virtual patient visits, point-of-care tools and resources, and peer-to-peer interactivity.”

In order to participate in the CMEs you’ll have to register on their website:

If you could post this on your blog, that would be great!