The latest project I'm involved in - led by Cliff Reid with my FOAM friends Nat May, Geoff Healy, Brian Burns, and Karel Habig - has just gone live, it is: This is what it's all about: A two-day residential course for resuscitationists in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia on May 9-10th 2018. A different course. Personal. Tailored. Intense in parts. Fun … [Read more...] about Introducing… Resuscitology
A project I'm excited about this year is the ALiEM Faculty Incubator programme. I'm going to join the team as a guest mentor, and I anticipate learning far more than I teach! This is what it's about: The ALiEM Faculty Incubator is a year-long professional development program for educators, which enrolls members into a mentored digital community of practice. This small, … [Read more...] about The ALiEM Faculty Incubator
'Research and Reviews (R&R) in the Fastlane' is 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. The idea for this project came to life about six years ago. I wondered what … [Read more...] about The R&R in the Fastlane team needs YOU!
As we move along the ‘top shelf’ of resources for clinician educators it is inevitable that we come to Debrief2Learn. This resource is delivered by a powerhouse team that describes itself better than I ever could: “We are an interprofessional group of simulation educators and researchers with a passion for feedback and debriefing. We aim to move simulation forward by studying … [Read more...] about Debrief2Learn
Last week I highlighted the ICE blog and the KeyLIME podcast as high quality #meded FOAM resources that clinician educators need to know about. If simulation is in your educator’s toolkit - and it really should be if you’re serious about helping others learn - then hopefully you also know about Simulcast. This is a resource I would have given my right arm for when I was … [Read more...] about Simulcast – A High Fidelity Podcast