This is a great concept — Just A Minute Instant Tutorials – short one minute refresher videos for use on your smartphone, tablet or laptop, either streamed or downloadable. It is also a great competition. It comes from the collective brain of Casey Parker, Minh Le Cong and Tim Leeuwenberg — and I suspect at least subconsciously inspired by Matt Dawson and Mike … [Read more...] about JAM IT!
Joe Lex (@JoeLex5) is back — this time speaking about his perspective on ongoing learning in medicine. No one takes greater pride in being called 'an old dog learning new tricks' than Joe, which is why he is so inspiring and why he so widely admired. This talk is packed with fabulous quotations and will leave you energised to be a better doctor and never stop … [Read more...] about An Old Dog Learning New Tricks
TechTool review of PalmEM by PalmER Worldwide LLC on iOS and Android Last year I reviewed PalmEM’s younger sibling PalmPedi and I really liked it. PalmEM includes the PalmPedi content, and aims to cover everything you might need to know about Emergency Medicine). Is that really possible? It just might be. Website: - iTunes - Android - Website Design Simple, clean and … [Read more...] about TechTool Thursday 034
Ok, FOAMaholics you've waited long enough. I know, it's been even worse for those of you that attended SMACC in person and have been suffering from SMACC withdrawal. The good news is, the wait is almost over. If you weren't there and you're still kicking yourself, you're about to get a taste of SMACC. And if you were there, but found attending three concurrent sessions at once … [Read more...] about Prepare to be SMACCed!
aka Postcards from the Edge 010 Each time we feature a 'postcard from the edge' from the somewhat infamous New Zealand-trained emergency physician Dr Sandy Inglis he is somewhere new — we last heard from him as a patient in Italy, now he is back in ancestral lands in Kwa-Zulu Natal. Only 2 months have past in this, the wild west of Emergency Medicine, and yet the drama, the … [Read more...] about Emergency Medicine Kwa-Zulu Natal Style