Editor’s note: There has been a great response to this post and I’m currently working out how to put all the offers of help to use… However, if you’re a practicing critical care clinician and have an idea for LITFL please feel free to still make contact. Thanks!
I’d like to bring the popular R&R in the Fastlane series back to life on LITFL. It fell by the wayside as I climbed Mt FCICM and took on a bazillion other projects.
What is/ was R&R?
“A free weekly resource that harnesses the power of social media to allow some of the best and brightest emergency medicine and critical care clinicians from all over the world tell us what they think is worth reading from the published literature.”
You can check out the R&R in the Fastlane blogpost archive here, and this was the 2 minute ‘elevator pitch’ I recorded for Rob Rogers’ EMRAP: Educator’s Edition, before it became iTeachEM.net:
So, if you’re interested in running R&R in the Fastlane as a project within LITFL (supported by me, of course) — which involves becoming part of the LITFL team, communicating with contributors who have global reputations, organising and updating the R&R database and creating the R&R blogposts every 1-2 weeks… Let me know by email via chris AT lifeinthefastlane.com and we can make it happen.
Vive la FOAM!