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FOAMed movement has facilitated access to myriad online educational resources and journals, previously locked behind a paywall. ecgwaves update for all LITFL readers who enjoy putting the F into FOAM…
The concept of implementing a baseline for global healthcare provision was discussed with Leonard Cohen – musician, poet and philosopher – 2013 Melbourne.
A medical practitioner learns something from FOAM, puts it into practice and things go wrong… Who is at fault?
Of course SMACC — the physical embodiment of emergency medicine and critical care FOAM — wouldn’t have been complete without a Mike Cadogan rant. So, it was only fitting that he kicked off Day 2 of SMACC and the Social Media and Critical Care Plenary with this: Dr Chris NicksonChris is an Intensivist and ECMO specialist at the Alfred […]
GoogleFOAM is a boon to ‘just in time’ learning — and for teachers and FOAM creators too. Check it out!
The past few months have seen enthusiastic discussions of the need for a FOAM curriculum among users of free open access med(ical e)ducation. This topic was also in the spotlight at SMACC during the education plenary and the SMACC Q&A panel. See discussions and commentary by BoringEM and KI Docs. It will come as no […]
Approximately 414 million people speak Spanish as a native language, making it second only to Mandarin in terms of its number of native speakers worldwide. There are more than 500 million Spanish speakers as a first or second language, and 20 million students of Spanish as a foreign language. With the help of native Spanish speakers such […]
Scott Weingart gives an example of why the traditional ‘Letter to the Editor’ found in medical journals is dead. There is a better way!
So brilliant to see #FOAMed resources being used around the world. Here is an example of resources being used in Mongolia…