Ten Tips for FOAM Beginners from Lifeinthefastlane.com on how to make the most of free open access medical education #FOAMed
Welcome to the 180th edition of Research and Reviews in the Fastlane. R&R in the Fastlane is a free resource that harnesses the power of social media
Real educational muscle from the Sunshine Coast’s STEM Programme. Child actors, fake blood, clingfilm, fire engines, Laerdal skin… and cultural change.
Blrt allows you talk, point and draw over images and websites. Share your Blrts with your colleagues for them to comment, perfect for online learning.
This month sees the release of two new eBooks for brushing up on your Paediatric Emergency Medicine Skills. Both of these eBooks are a truly great addition to your PEM reference resources. They are both free and there’s no excuse not to have them handy on your mobile.
Analysis of the world of FOAM and EMCC Emergency Medicine Critical Care Blogs
MedShr is a private social network for doctors. It aims to allow the sharing of interesting patients including photos/videos…
Matt Eckersley talks all things Christmas Island. He gives a very measured and very informative insight into a largely misunderstood part of Australia.
Jesse Spurr is one of the FOAMed/FOANed talents that I have had the pleasure to meet through all this social Social Media stuff.
John Hinds is a jack of all trades. I like those kinds of jacks.
LITFL highlights the ‘Uncertainty of Truth’ from the ‘Dispatches from the FOAM Frontier’ series published by Emergency Medicine Australasia.
Heart Breaking stories and laughing until you cry and crying until you laugh with Liz Crowe and the JellyBean