I sometimes blog for the National Elf Service, a network of websites that keeps health care professionals up to date on the latest and most reliable evidence in medicine and public health. While most all health care professionals don’t have time to directly read the latest medical literature, the National Elf Service shores up this problem by putting the most reliable and relevant research into quick and snappy blogs.
The National Elf Service requires its blog writers to critically appraise medical literature using standards set by the Center for Evidence Based Medicine, then brief readers in the form of a succinct and methodical blog. This ensures that all blogs put good-quality research into practice and that the blogs are reliable to professionals.
Here are two of my blogs, to give you a snapshot of my writing for the National Elf Service: