Ten Tips for FOAM Beginners from Lifeinthefastlane.com on how to make the most of free open access medical education #FOAMed
Analysis of the world of FOAM and EMCC Emergency Medicine Critical Care Blogs
Welcome to the 107th edition of Research and Reviews in the Fastlane. R&R in the Fastlane is a free 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
LITFL highlights the ‘Uncertainty of Truth’ from the ‘Dispatches from the FOAM Frontier’ series published by Emergency Medicine Australasia.
Robotic hackers and drones laden with hidden code viruses and trojan spam has left the FOAM server a pockmarked assemblage of steaming metal.
The education Q&A from smaccGOLD featuring Jonathan Gatward, Rob Rogers, Victoria Brazil, Damian Roland, Irma Bilgrami and Lauren Westafer.
Aidan Baron shares his view of the road ahead for FOAM/ #FOAMed: Information Overload, Content Consolidation, Sourcing Quality and Delivering Diversity.
A new free-to-access journal has been born, Critical Care Horizons led by Editor-in-Chief Rob MacSweeney.
Introducing Emergency Medicine Australasia’s ‘Dispatches from the FOAM Frontier’ featuring astro-archeologists, time travellers, StrokeBots & more.
Introducing INTENSIVE, an education and knowledge translation resource for doctors and other health professionals training in and practicing intensive care.
Issue 2 (Vol. 26) of Emergency Medicine Australasia (EMA Journal) for 2014 was published online on 8 April. Editorial overview by Andrew Gosbell & Geoff Hughes
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