When ever I ask my youngest some pop culture question for a podcast or blog entry, he says "Being edgy again Dad?"
Central Repository for the growing Mark Crislip multimedia empire
See the menu item "Pus Related Merchandise"? That is where you can purchase my books and Android and pdf versions of the app directly.
Like Public Television, you can assuage you guilt and pay for the use of the content.
Or, as noted in Quackcast 86, send some money where it will do some good instead:
www.aahuganda.org and follow the instructions to donate; to donate to the clinic projects, people must specify for the donations to go to the Bupoto clinic project. For Partnership Uganda, people can go to www.partnershipugandainc.org and follow the directions under the "Support" tab.
Of course, the two are not mutually exclusive.
Society for Science-Based Medicine includes, but is not limited to, Educating consumers, professionals, business people, legislators, law enforcement personnel, organizations and agencies about Science-Based Medicine. Providing resources and information for information concerning all aspects of Science-Based Medicine. Providing a central resource for communication between individuals and organizations concerned about Science-Based Medicine. Supporting sound consumer health laws for the practice of Science-Based Medicine and opposing legislation that undermines Science-Based Medicine. Encouraging and aiding legal actions in support of the practice of Science-Based Medicine.
Goals of the Society include, but are not limited to: Community, Education, SfSBM blog, SfSBM conference, SfSBM podcast, SfSBM wiki, Medical school core curriculum , SfSBM journal, ebooks, Legal and legislative advocacy .Click to visit Society for Science Based Medicine. I am, BTW, the President.
February 15, 2016
You may not know this, but for a year I blogged on my own. Eventually Medscape recognized my what? pathology? genius? click bait value? and asked me to blog there.
No longer. Bitingduck press is my publisher and has collected, edited, and organized the two years Rubor, Dolor, Calor Tumor blog entries, now available on Kindle for a mere $5.99. or as a paperback.
The perfect gift for the pus lover in your life.
Science Based Medicine ebooks
The first 2.5 years of SBM have been organized into ebooks covering the breadth and depth of Supplements, Complemntary and Alternative Medicine.
A dozen are planned:
SBM Guide to Acupuncture and ‘Eastern’ Medicine
SBM Guide to Cancer and CAM
SBM Guide to Chiropractic
SBM Guide to Critical Thinking
SBM Guide to Ethics Law Politics and Media
SBM Guide to Herbs Supplements and Medications
SBM Guide to Homeopathy
SBM Guide to Miscellaneous CAM
SBM Guide to Naturopathy
SBM Guide to Quackademic Medicine
SBM Guide to Vaccines and Autism
Science Based Medicine: An Anthology
As of 2/24/13 6 are available for a mere $4.99.
Published in conjunction with the James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF), they are available for Kindle, Nook and iPad.
Search the appropriate bookstore for your copy or visit the JREF.
An Infectious Diseases Compendium: A Persiflagers GuideOnline Version
Your Uber-hyperlinked guide to Infectious Diseases.
Version 15.5. Released 04/05/15.
And get your daily ID factoid on twitter: @idfactoid
All the content of the mobile app, always free.
An Infectious Diseases Compendium: A Persiflagers Guide
Your uber hyperlinked electronic guide to Infectious Diseases.
1) iOs . Has life time content updates, search, note taking ability. $5.99. On iTunes.
2) Android versions available. $2.99 for now.See the Pus Related Merchandise
A twice a month podcast review of the Infectious Disease literature. On iTunes.
The mp3 rss feed is http://www.pusware.com/mp3persiflagers.rss
The m4a rss feed is http://www.pusware.com/rss.xml
Cut and paste them into your favorite podcast program or subscribe on iTunes
A Podcast review of Supplements, Complementary and Alternative Medicine (SCAMS). On iTunes.
Winner of the The People's Choice Podcast Awards 2009, 2010, 2011 Best Podcast, Health and Medicine.
The podcast Adventures of a Pus Whisperer. My podcast rendition of the ID blog. On iTunes.
My Medscape Infections Disease blog, the Adventures of a Pus Whisperer.
A winner (one of many) of 2008 Science Blogs Open Laboratory award.
Requires a free Medscape membership.
Exploring issues and controversies in the relationship between science and medicine. I blog twice a month about SCAM's.
She said, He said. A Geezers Guide to PDX.
A project of my wife and I as we return to a childless life now that the kids are off to school.