Blogging out in the open: Response to post from Wynne Center Board

Some of the members of the Wynne Center for Family Research board read my blog post from yesterday about my presentation to the Board.  When I saw them today their response was quite positive--lots of comments (and humor) about it.  This brings me back to some of my initial posts about blogging in a professional setting (see Blogging out in the open in a clinical setting and How clinicians learn: Web 2.0 Opportunities?).   I'm now at the point of being pretty open about it where I work, and I continue to see it as a useful way for developing ideas, connecting with others with similar interests, and disseminating information to and dialogue with front-line clinicians and trainees.