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
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.
On our 5th year blogiversary we review 5 mistakes made and 5 lessons learned in creating FOAM and entering the blogosphere
Gregory Miller, MD is a Twitter recent-adopter and provides Twenty Twitter Rules from ‘the novice perspective’ on getting involved in #FOAMed Twittersphere
Spanish FOAM: Gabi Heras y otra en español basados están difundiendo el mensaje de FOAM para las partes del mundo que necesitan gratuito Open Access Educación Médica más
A new free-to-access journal has been born, Critical Care Horizons led by Editor-in-Chief Rob MacSweeney.
Introducing INTENSIVE, an education and knowledge translation resource for doctors and other health professionals training in and practicing intensive care.
The FOAM community is benefiting through the use of novel open-source tools and resources and is now able to communicate on a global scale to advance the cause of Free Open Access Medical Education for all.
Introducing FOAMcc on Google Plus – the FOAM Critical Care Community – the place where people into FOAM and into critical care can share ideas, interact and create awesome FOAMcc!
Dr Brian Lin has created a great #FOAMed video education site for ‘closing the gap’ at LacerationRepair.com