Welcome to The Doctor’s Tablet from Albert Einstein College of Medicine about medical education, research and health policy.
This blog, written primarily by Einstein faculty, staff and students provides a space for our authors to share observations and insights from the front lines of medicine and translational research. They provide a unique glimpse into how the students are taught, diagnosis are made, patients are treated, therapies are developed and what it takes to provide quality, compassionate health care.
About the Editors
The Doctor’s Tablet is co-edited by Gordon Earle, associate dean for communications and public affairs, and David Flores, social media manager.
Early in his career, Mr. Earle was a reporter and senior producer with the MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour on PBS where he won numerous awards, including a Peabody. Following his work in television, he served in senior executive positions at two major public relations firms. In 2002, he was appointed vice president of communications and public affairs for Stanford University. He has been at Einstein since 2007.
David has worked in the online field for more than 20 years, managing online communities and serving as an online editor for several well-known websites such as The Wall Street Journal, TVGuide.com, and Everyday Health,and has been an invited speaker on the subject of online communities and social media. Before coming to the online world, David spent several years as a print reporter in the New York City suburbs.
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