About Us

Editorials, How Web 2.0 is changing medicine, Dean Giustini
BMJ 2006;333:1283-1284 (23 December)

“One of the best blogs in medicine is Ves Dimov’s Clinical Cases and Images – Blog. It contains a rich collection of “presurfed” material for busy clinicians and features interactivity and timely discussion. Dimov is also a supporter of medical librarian bloggers. Why waste time fumbling with search engines when you can consult this blog for timely updates? As well as case discussions, Ves provides links to today’s medical headlines from Reuters and clinical images via a dynamic, free photo sharing tool called Flickr. One of his slide presentations “Web 2.0 in medicine” is available on Slideshare (itself a fantastic new 2.0 tool). Clinical Cases and Images is a virtual laboratory for doctors and medical librarians interested in Web 2.0.”

The blog web site was founded by:

Ves Dimov, M.D.

Dr. Dimov is an Allergist/Immunologist and Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Chicago. He is double board-certified in Allergy/Immunology (ABAI, a conjoint board of Medicine and Pediatrics) and Internal Medicine (ABIM). Dr. Dimov is the the Editor of the World Allergy Organization (WAO) Small Airways Working Group site and a Member the WAO Web Editorial Board. He is a former Member of the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) Advisory Board for Students and Residents.

Dr. Dimov is known internationally for his contributions to the medical research community with over 130 publications to date including journal articles, book chapters and abstracts. He was interviewed by Nick Genes, the founder of the online Grand Rounds for the Pre-Rounds column of Medscape.com:

Popular Case-Based Resource Models Online Medical Training. 2006;8(2), 2006 Medscape.

Clinical Cases Make Blog a Popular Resource. 2006;8(1), 2006 Medscape.

Contact: clinicalcases@gmail.com

The blog is a part of the Clinical Cases and Images project which was also featured in the British Medical Journal:

“Clinical Cases and Images is a useful resource that brings together various pearls of medical wisdom and aims to bridge the gap between clinical theory and practice (clinicalcases.org).

This well organized site contains a good collection of case histories, with links to imaging, and clinical examination and procedure websites, making this a feature rich site with a strong focus on clinical learning.”

British Medical Journal
Reviews, Netlines, Harry Brown
BMJ 2005;331:1345 (3 December)