Med Students Blogs
One thing one has to ask is: When the heck does a medical student find time to blog?  As most know it is an incredibly busy time of your life, with long hours, little sleep, especially the third and fourth years of school when you take call.  But this generation of medical students has been raised on the net, and using the keyboard is second nature.  Reading some of these blogs is very informative, sometimes entertaining, and very interesting.  Please send in any blogs that you feel are good, and we will post them.  Remember, OPEN SOURCE!, and you are this websites peripheral sensor!


Get used to hearing about this budding entrepreneurial med student from University of Oregon Medical School by way of a bioengineering degree from UC at San Diego, Roheet Kakoday MD.  He not only writes an original thought-provoking blog, but seems to have a budding entrepreneurial bent; he is working on re-designing the user interface of  what he feels is a clunky Epic EMR; good luck, Roheet, you deserve this banner, and what stocks are you investing in?















Burnt Orange Scrub

Great Medical Student Blog

 One Smart Cookie Medical Student Blog

A Five Star Blog: This Med Student Missed her Calling as a Journalist

Pregnant Anna in Med School

Interesting Blog of Pennsylvania Med Student, Female, who just had a baby!

50 Best Blogs for Medical Students 

These blogs are picked from Blogs that attempt to teach Medical Students, and are not written BY Medical Students

Blog Archive of a Host of Indiana University Students
Cartoon Guide to Becoming a Doctor
Future Doc Blog
IMedEd Blog

From UC at Irvine; pioneer of digital based medical educatiion

Barefoot Doctors in training in Thailand
Blog of new Female Medical School Class in Florida

Student Doctor Forums

Medicine for Change

Blog of University of California at Irvine iMedEd Division

University of Kansas Student Blog Josh Herigon
Medical State of Mind

MD/PhD to Be

Foreign Medical Student’s Blog


-yes, as you innocent med students will learn, if you have not by now, a GOMER can stand for Get Out Of My Emergency Room, which was probably based on a tired residents thoughts, after he began seeing the same faces

in the ER that he saw in his favorite bar.  Great humorous blogs, such as one about the resident who ate for free for years, because he would order food for a patient on a ventilator, who could not eat, so he ate for free!  See it HERE!


Who said Med School is all work and no play?  Recent State Med School graduates, Jim Class of 2013, and Jeff, Class of 2013 beg to differ, and are partying until it is 1999!  Hey, that was years ago!  Anyway, they look forward not having to lock horns with the Med School dean, because of their unusual sense of humor.  They both collaborated on an App that could look up skirts, with a peripheral device, but they had a hard time convincing the dean this medical device has medical applications.  So, now they are on their road to work like slaves for a few years, Jim for a new residency of Pathology combined with Funeral Home Services, and Jeff heads off to a Radiology Fellowship,  before he starts his residency.  Good luck, boys, although with their looks of hospitial savvy they will not need it!!




  1. ivory jackson, M.S. says:

    Dear Medical Students:
    I want to advised anyone who decides to study gastroenterology to never neglect the small bowels. I was diagnosed with chronic constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, diverticulitis, and even depression, when I was constantly in pain, vomiting, and alternating between constipation and diarrhea. All the while I had a malignant tumor in my small intestines; never examined. My City Hospital surgeon told me that many doctors neglect looking for cancer in the small intestines because it is rare. I’ve read that only 2% of cancer patients have the cancer located there. This is to advise students, that when they see another doctor ignoring the small intestines, tell them not to. Because Mt. Sinai, NYC, let my small bowel cancer grow, I am terminal. Three weeks after I was discharged with cancer from Mt. Sinai,NYC, I went to the City Hospital. They removed the cancer in 36 hrs. The cancer had spread to my peritoneum and any further operations would be risky concerning my age. Thanks for reading, and don’t forget, when food is not coming out and only being regurgitated, there must be a blockage somewhere. Even I know that.

  2. Mary Cresy says:

    Nice and informative….. Successful communication is key in every successful business…. Understanding your subject and having good knowledge on your blog topic is always essential for a successful blog… Thanks for this post…..

  3. Jenny Smith says:

    Just a shout out to Andreas blog ! She’s pretty awesome.

  4. maria says:

    i have some question? how well does the EMR works and what company its from?

  5. admin says:

    An EMR, or EHR, stands for Electronic Medical Record, or Electronic Health Record.

    All it is, is a “tricked out” iPad to electronically record input from the health care professionals, many with pre-formed templates, making it easier to fill out.

    Google “EMR” to find the many companies that make them.

    jb md

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  8. Tutul mahmud says:

    Thanks for taking the time to discuss this, I feel strongly about it and adore finding out additional on this topic. If feasible, as you acquire expertise, would you thoughts updating your blog with much more details? It is extremely useful for me.

  9. admin says:

    Sure, Tutul, I would welcome your help in updating this blog.

    Just let me know if you are interested in curating interesting medical students blogs, and it would be appreciated.


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