Lots of fantastic stuff is happening in the Fastlane… Congrats to all involved!
Mike Cadogan kicked off Day 2 of SMACC by explaining why we need to move beyond social media and ‘Get #FOAMed!’.
Joe Lex, Scott Weingart, Simon Carley, Minh Le Cong, Oli Flower, Mike Cadogan and Chris Nickson talk with the SMACC audience about FOAM… for nearly 2 hours!!!
Key principles underlying SMACC are audience participation and the creation of FOAM. Help mould the conference by asking questions online!
Mike Cadogan raising a glass to the audacity of FOAMed. Image created by underneathEM.com author Domhnall Brannigan (after Shepard Fairey and commissioned by Chris Nickson). Mike has just written an explanatory piece on the birth of FOAMed on LIFTL.com here.
Fantastic work by Domhnall Brannigan to remind you, where there is FOAM, there is hope. Get FOAMed!
Mike Cadogan (@sandnsurf on Twitter, author of Life in the Fast Lane and the brains behind the Global Medical Education Project) is taking mighty leaps for mankind in creating a grand unifying resource for medical education (and particularly Emergency Medicine and Critical Care) by running with the FOAMed concept germinated at ICEM 2012 over a […]
UCEM have awarded a Fellowship of the College for the best caption for a photograph of Mike Cadogan at the Essentials conference… Find out who the Fellow is and read the winning caption right here.
Mike is at Essentials of Emergency Medicine in San Francisco and this photo needs a caption!
For a forthright review of the Toxicology Handbook 2nd edition, the LITFL team turned to an esteemed emergency medicine educator, Dr Trevor Jackson.
The title of the discussion was broad – ‘Can we fix our ailing hospital emergency departments?‘ – but thanks to extensive background research and a well-drilled production team – a large proportion of the important issues were dealt with.