When I started this blog I intended it mostly for my own trainees, with the hope that others might find it useful, and that the energy expended for my fellows (and colleagues) could help others struggling like me to stay on top of the literature. As well as giving my own idiosyncratic interpretations of published articles, and trying to evaluate research in the context of previous published research.
Since the first posts on the 5th of May, I have written 101 posts, and the blog has just passed 20,000 page views from 105 countries.
Thanks everyone for their positive comments, I hope I can maintain the effort for another 6 months, and fill in the rest of the world map.
The grey areas on the map below are those countries that have not yet benefited from neonatalresearch.org!
Following your blog from first post, very informative and I have learned a lot.
Dear Dr Barrington
I am a neonatal fellow in training in the US. I find your blog really useful. I love the commentary style and your personal ideas. Its a refreshing changy from the stodgy old-style “journal clubs” that always go around in circles.
Keep up the great work.
Thanks for the kind remarks, it is quite a lot of work, but it is gratifying that people like you find it helpful.