Welcome to the 306th LITFL Review! Your regular and reliable source for the highest highlights, sneakiest sneak peeks and loudest shout-outs from the web
Jellybean Two for One Deal. @Kat__Evans shares two interesting stories; #FOAMed in the resource poor world and a very personal story about transcontinental medical management
Analysis of the world of FOAM and EMCC Emergency Medicine Critical Care Blogs
A weekly periodical examining a rather extraordinary clinical encounter: Chapter 3: Assault as Therapy
A weekly periodical examining a rather extraordinary clinical encounter: Chapter 1 – The Presentation
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.
Issue 3 (Vol. 26) of Emergency Medicine Australasia (EMA Journal) for 2014 was published online on 4 June. Editorial overview by Andrew Gosbell & Geoff Hughes
Introducing Emergency Medicine Australasia’s ‘Dispatches from the FOAM Frontier’ featuring astro-archeologists, time travellers, StrokeBots & more.
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
I first reviewed figure1 on launch in the US. This week it has officially launched in Australia. Here I take a look at version 3.1 eight months after launch
This special 25th anniversary issue is literally a ‘once in a generation’ collection of papers all commissioned, collated, edited and accepted by the outgoing Editor-in-Chief Tony Brown.