Dr. Viviana Martinez-Bianchi, a family physician and associate program director of the Duke University Family Medicine Residency Program, produces an online Population Health Daily newsletter focused on the socioeconomic determinants of health (http://paper.li/vivimbmd/1317782675).
Yesterday, one of the top stories in the newsletter was attributed to me. It dealt with a blog posting from the Canadian Pharmacists Association commenting favourably on a recent report on the social determinants of health produced by the Canadian Medical Association, the association for which I work.
Martinez-Bianchi and I do not follow each other on Twitter and I am not sure of how much overlap I have with her 964 followers. But using the paper.li tool she scooped up one of my twitter links because it concerned the focus of her newsletter – the social determinants of health.
The point is, this is not an unusual occurrence and I like to think it…
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