Emergency and critical care health care professionals are awesome!
As part of the ongoing collaboration between emergency medicine/critical care professionals in the online space, the LITFL gang are collating all the resources to make life as easy as possible to get the amazingly high quality discussions, audio and visual materials to the seething throngs of hungry minds globally.
During this process we are analysing the social media platforms and tools used to best assist in the development of further resources in this area by providing some helpful hints, tips and tutorials to assist all budding bloggers to enter this space and hit the ground running.
First up we are starting with a review of all the podcasters and vodcasters providing audio stimulation to fill our long car journeys, meandering walks and idle minutes. An amazing group of dedicated individuals that donate hundreds of hours of resources – all in the name of #FOAM (free open access meducation)
One of the most surprising findings has been the difficulty encountered when trying to subscribe to a feed (outside of iTunes) and to follow each of the #FOAM resources on the social media channels. We have therefore created a table of all the most appropriate ways to follow each of the respective blogs including Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, RSS feed, iTunes feed and for those still in web 1.0…an email contact. All this information can be found on each of the respective websites