#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: Haematology (4 posted):

British Committee for Standards in Haematology
Amazing when you're lost at sea with haematology!
posted by: joel_cunningham, on: 27/08/14, 22:22
Practical Haemostasis
Fairly high-level but really useful for those interested in haematology/laboratory medicine, or junior doctors wanting to understand more about blood test results (coag). "designed to teach practical laboratory haemostasis and was written for laboratory staff, doctors in training and anyone who has an interest in haemostasis"
posted by: Joel_cunningham, on: 08/02/17, 16:07
"How I Treat" (Blood Journal)
Again, pretty high level, but really useful review articles/expert articles about the finer points of haematology. Not needed for the standard medical student exams but great for further reading on a haematology placement.
posted by: Joel_cunningham, on: 08/02/17, 16:10
Brilliant haematology meducation website/team, using Twitter to the best of their abilities with regular Tweetorials!
posted by: Joel_cunningham, on: 08/02/17, 19:37

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