There’s a “Grand Rounds” tradition in the medical blogosphere: every week a health related blogger picks a topic and asks other bloggers to write about it, or submit a post they wrote in the past. The host writes a blog post about the topic, and links to everyone else’s posts.
I’m the host for next Tuesday’s Grand Rounds, and the topic is … TEDx Maastricht, where I spoke last month. Why? Because there are a ton of videos of those speeches, well worth watching.
So, unlike many Grand Rounds, this time I’m not soliciting posts from others – unless you have one about that event.
We’ll go live on Tuesday, May 10, which is the day FutureMed 2011 starts in Silicon Valley – the extremely cool event co-hosted by TEDxMaastricht speaker Daniel Kraft. I’m on faculty there, as is TEDxMaastricht curator Lucien Engelen.