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…
As we move along the top shelf of resources for clinician educators it is inevitable that we come to Debrief2Learn
As a FOAM-embracing Clinician Educator it is heartening to see the rise of high quality FOAM resources designed to help educators, not just those they educate. Of course, we are all students really, but I think this is further evidence that FOAM is coming of age. A prime example is the ICE blog. I have […]
Warning: Nerd Alert. Read on at your own risk. Suitable for like-minded individuals prone to reciting eponymous syndromes by moonlight whilst pacing a confined Fibonacci spiral Recently I have been filling the void between 2am and 3am with whimsical searches on the Kickstarter ‘crowd-funding’ platform to find the next great technological advancement that will benefit medical practice and […]
Clinical neurology a primer is written by leading Australian neurology Associate Professor Peter Gates. This book is the ultimate guide to neurology for people like me – who don’t understand it, but need to know it! Available in kindle edition or paperback edition. The book covers all the major neurological presentations that you will encounter […]
Dr Nicholas Tullo’s impressive ECG Academy. This subscription-based educational resource is packed with video tutorials created by a master educator.
More great FOAM for the clinician educator – the “Simulcast” podcast by Jesse Spurr, Victoria Brazil, and Ben Symons.
GoogleFOAM is a boon to ‘just in time’ learning — and for teachers and FOAM creators too. Check it out!
Welcome to the 356th LITFL Review! Your regular and reliable source for the highest highlights, sneakiest sneak peeks and loudest shout-outs
Welcome to the 355th LITFL Review! Your regular and reliable source for the highest highlights, sneakiest sneak peeks and loudest shout-outs from the webbed world of emergency medicine and critical care.