Thursday, May 14, 2015

Recommended Web Educational Resources Related to Emergency Medicine - To Get You Started!

Recommended resources from Chew Keng Sheng

In today's hyper-connected world, content is almost a non-issue. When we click on the web, tons of educational resources can be found in websites, blogs, YouTube and in medical education, a recent crowd-sourcing, crowd-sharing concept has emerged - FOAM (Free Online Access Meducation). In recent years, I've got caught up with the FOAM virus too! In this set of slides, I recommend the resources that I've found useful. There are many many more out there, but I think these are the ones that should help a resident or a physician in emergency medicine get started on FOAM, embark on a life-long learning, and use them for blended learning or flipped learning as well.

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