Posted by: medicblog999 | July 24, 2009

What do you do?

I want to get to know you all better!

I know where you all come from thanks to the feedgit widget to the right of this page, but I would love to know what you all do. Am I talking mostly to medical people or are most of you lay people?

I thought it would be good to find out so that I can pitch the level of technical information right.

This is completely annonymous, so please click on an option.

I am getting around 350-500 visitors a day, so it would be good to get a representative number of clicks!!



  1. Im studying to become a paramedic here in Oz (don’t mention the Ashes), so personally I’d love to see the technical side of things more in depth, gives me reasons to feel proud of knowing what your talking about, or (more likely) things to read up on

  2. An option for us student health proffessionals might be an idea.

  3. I’ve just finished a degree in Human Nutrition, so not really a medical professional but also not really a lay person as we have studied a lot of diseases and physiology etc etc. I would say you have it about right with the level of technical information, so that lay people can understand and find it interesting without being an information overload.

  4. I wasn’t sure what to click – so I clicked ‘other’. (Another) excellent idea.

  5. I clicked “other”. I’m a generally interested member of the public but also do a fair bit of work with St John Ambulance and wondering if I want to take it all further – never hurts to learn!

  6. What about “all around good bloke” category ! ?

  7. I answered other, but I’m an NHS Direct call handler.

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