We take a Google deep dive to evaluate you the Top 20 of the the best #FOAMed and paid ECG courses available online.
Has the FOAM bubble burst? 2018 review of the Emergency Medicine and Critical Care (EMCC) blogs and podcasts with some surprising results
Ever wondered where to start on Twitter? How to become an 'expert' at MedTwitter? Josh Mugele lends a helping hand with the Mugele MedTwitter rules of engagement
Many of us in the medical field are aware of patients coming to us with medical “facts” that they have obtained on the internet that are at best misleading, and at worst incredibly dangerous.
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Since 2009 we have reviewed, revised and revitalised the Emergency Medicine and Critical Care blogs (EMCC) database. It has been a great way to add new resources
Annual Emergency Medicine and Critical Care blogs database update with analysis of the the trends in asynchronous medical education
Prompted by a series of conversational musings and twitterings the concept of a 'blogging ecosystem' became apparent. With the 'blogging host' as the primary producer and 'blog posts' as distribution seeds - I went in search of the other energy sources necessary to create a fit, healthy and viable blog.
130 blogs and podcasts covering 17 countries and numerous languages - we assess the global impact of emergency medicine and critical care #FOAM initiative
When you’re out in the sticks, you want to travel light. This limits the amount of diagnostic supplies you can carry, and generally wilderness medics trend towards carrying supplies that can do multiple jobs. Thus, necessity being the mother of…
Can social media bridge the gap between research and practice? This is the question raised by Paul Young, Chris Nickson and Dash Gantner in this month's edition of Critical Care and Resuscitation.
Gregory Miller, MD is a Twitter recent-adopter and provides Twenty Twitter Rules from 'the novice perspective' on getting involved in #FOAMed Twittersphere