#FOAMed (Free Open Access Meducation)

The internet is a gold mine for Medical Students. Encyclopaedias, interactive tutorials, guideline databases and question banks are all online in abundance. Most junior doctors will have a list of their favourite websites - the ones that got them through Finals!

The #FOAMed community is growing rapidly with numerous websites and lots of Twitter streams of new and innovative medical education resources. We are compiling a list of all the best online resources, with ratings and tips on how to get the best from each website. Vitally, we want YOU to contribute to this database so that we make sure we find even the most elusive online gems - if you have any links that you find invaluable then submit them using our simple form.

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Selected Category: Emergency Medicine (3 posted):

Free Emergeny Medicine Talks
A wide variety of talks on emergency medicine topics - very useful for tube/bus journeys. The recordings vary in length/depth/recording quality as they are from lots of different sources.
posted by: joel_cunningham, on: 30/06/12, 09:31
Resuscitation Council (UK)
Probably most useful for the guidelines - BLS/ALS/peri-arrest situations (including arrhythmias).
posted by: joel_cunningham, on: 03/07/12, 11:02
Natalie's Casebook
Some really good acute medicine case studies, using case presentations to discuss important ideas data interpretation. Great idea!
posted by: joel_cunningham, on: 10/04/15, 08:52

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