French language FOAM – Free Open Access Meducation (#FOAMed) – Medical education for anyone, anywhere, anytime.
The concept of implementing a baseline for global healthcare provision was discussed with Leonard Cohen - musician, poet and philosopher - 2013 Melbourne.
FOAM - Free Open Access Meducation - Medical education for anyone, anywhere, anytime.
Scott Weingart gives an example of why the traditional 'Letter to the Editor' found in medical journals is dead. There is a better way!
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.
So brilliant to see #FOAMed resources being used around the world. Here is an example of resources being used in Mongolia...
Dr Mike Cadogan of FOAMed and LITFL, gets Lynched at SMACC — a Jellybean on FOAM, cliques, clones and more.
Welcome to the 107th edition of Research and Reviews in the Fastlane. R&R in the Fastlane is a free resource that harnesses the power of social media to allow some of the best and brightest emergency medicine and critical care clinicians from all over the world
At LITFL and in the froth of #FOAMed we are constantly faced with a barrage of negative, cynical and disparaging comments on the role of the blog and social media in the provision of medical education and patient engagement
Aidan Baron shares his view of the road ahead for FOAM/ #FOAMed: Information Overload, Content Consolidation, Sourcing Quality and Delivering Diversity.
Michael Jasumback, arch-Devil's Advocate of FOAM, is back. He sent us this essay, in pure violation of the recommendation not to drink and write, and it would be remiss of it not to share it with the world.
Introducing Emergency Medicine Australasia's 'Dispatches from the FOAM Frontier' featuring astro-archeologists, time travellers, StrokeBots & more.