Dr Doug Lynch is a poorly differentiated doctor and pathological polymath. Emergency Medicine. Critical Care. Aeromedical Retrieval. Remote Area Medicine. Resource Poor Medicine. Disaster Medicine. Conflict Medicine. Ethics. Politics. Life. Death.
These podcasts are atypical interviews with persons of interest. Critical conversations with Critical Carers. Carers like you. The people that listen to this podcast are insiders, movers, shakers and, every listener potentially a future interviewee.
RAGE features panel discussions, interviews with experts, shout outs and insights from #FOAMcc and the wider critical care-iverse, not to mention various quirky segments on medical history, trivia and more.
The Resuscitationist’s Awesome Guide to Everything…is an audio podcast created by a team of emergency physicians, intensivists and retrievalists that brings an irreverent and educational ‘real world’ perspective to current research, core topics and controversies in critical care.
The Mastering Intensive Care podcast was created to help and inspire intensive care clinicians to improve the care we give to our patients by providing interesting and thought-provoking conversations with highly respected and experienced clinicians. In each episode, Andrew Davies, an intensivist from Frankston Hospital in Melbourne, Australia, speaks with a guest for the purpose of hearing their perspectives on the habits and behaviours that they believe are the most important for improving the outcomes of our patients.
The folks at Medmastery are dedicated to teaching you the 20% of skills that will help you solve over 80% of your clinical problems. All their courses are CME accredited. They now provide LITFL readers with a series of award-winning FOAMed courses from across their website. MedMastery courses and workshops are fully CME accredited providing US (AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM) and European (ECMECs) CME credits. Members can download their CME certificates upon successful completion of activities.
An understanding of anatomy is an essential component of emergency medicine and critical care – but is often very poorly taught (or poorly learned!).
Andy Neill of Emergency Medicine Ireland has done an amazing job of creating a series of Anatomy For Emergency Medicine Podcasts and Visual Resources on Vimeo and iTunes. No point in re-inventing the wheel, so here we collate this audiovisual Gold.
Dr. Tyler DeWitt is a research scientist, high school teacher, and digital content author. He is the creator of an online #FOAMed YouTube education channel on science topics, and STEM education. Tyler holds a Ph.D. in Microbiology from MIT, where he served as student coordinator for the new MIT+K12 video outreach project. Chemistry Basics collates a series of Dr Tyler DeWitt’s Basic Science tutorials.