You may have noticed that my blog was barely updated between November and February. Lets say I had the winter blues.
As a consequence, the Blog Carnival “Medical Information Matters” hibernated as well. Unintended… But as a host you need to actively engage in blog carnivals. Else few people will submit.
This is the reason that Martin Fenner at Gobblydook didn’t post “his edition”, but luckily he is willing to give it another try.
Here was his call for submissions (in December). I have adapted it a little to make it “up to date”.
DecemberApril I am hosting the blog carnival Medical Information Matters, a blog carnival about – medical information. The deadline for submissions is next Tuesdaythis weekend, and I have already received a number of interesting posts. As Christmas is right around the corner,I thought that a good theme for the carnival would be a wish list for better medical information. This could mean many different things, e.g. a database that covers a specific area, better access to fulltext papers or clinical trial results, etc. Please submit your posts here.
So, if you have written (or are able to write) a post which fits in with this topic – or fits in with the broader theme of “medical information” or “medical library matters”, please submit the URL (permalink) of your post HERE at the Blog Carnival.
You may also submit a post of someone else. Tips are also appreciated.
See the archive for more information.
For more ideas about what to submit, here is the previous edition at Dean Giustini’s “The Search Principle blog”: Medical Blogging Matters: A Carnival of Ideas, November 2010
And, no this is not a April fools day joke….