Online Network for Med Students & Doctors

TiroMed is a professional social networking site for pre-med students, medical students, residents, and physicians to network and communicate. The site has borrowed from the MySpace idea to create a cyber environment only for those in “medical instruction or in practice.”

Registering for a user name is a fairly simple process. Sections of the site are set up much like a collection of blogs with member spotlights and a recurring learning section with the “Medical Adventures of How+e & M+nn.” Audience-specific pages provide information regarding a variety of topics and links for more information. The site also offers the opportunity to pair with a physician mentor.

Check it out – join more than 2,300 doctors & medical students across the country. www.tiromed.com/

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6 comments for “Online Network for Med Students & Doctors”

On August 3, 2007, 3:52 PM Janie Smith said:

I checked it out and got a response from one of the co-founders (a real M.D.) right away! It’s awesome that I can talk to a doctor to find out ‘the real deal’ about med school and residency. I am sending out mass emails to my med school buddies…thanks.

On August 6, 2007, 1:43 PM Roger Revelle Campus said:

Thank you Roger for my online search.

Mrs. Graham and I wish you well.

Revelle Graduates

On August 8, 2007, 3:58 AM jasmine said:

this site is very good measure to connect with new people of same field and to know ideas but i think nursing personals should also join.

thank you

On August 23, 2007, 12:00 AM Srinu said:

Also checkout http://doctorshangout.com – DoctorsHangout is an exclusive Friendship and Social Networking website for Doctors and Medical Students. As a member, you’ll be able to share your videos, photos, mp3s, and thoughts with other DoctorsHangout users.

On April 27, 2008, 7:27 PM Daniel MD said:

Social networking sites like the ones mentioned are a great place to relate to your peers. I am glad that our profession now has a place online to share their ideas and learn through the experiences of others. Another site called http://onlineconsultation.com is also worth checking out. The site has a community of professionals including doctors who set up a profile and provide consultations over the internet. With the trend toward telemedicine and remote care, sites such as these will only gain in popularity.

On September 29, 2008, 2:48 PM Karen said:

Another site to consider is Ozmosis ( https://www.ozmosis.com/ ) – join by requesting access or check out the blog (accessible to all at https://www.ozmosis.com/public_blog

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