Slideset on Residency Affiliated Educational Websites. Presented at the 2017 Academic Assembly of the Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine.
Week number 1 of the 2015 #EMconf archive is now available for download here. This Symplur transcript includes all #EMconf tweets, with their links and images. Over the last 7 days the Emergency Medicine training program conference/lecture series hashtag generated > 270,000 impressions via >350 tweets by 160 participants. The most frequently mentioned EM programs in […]
No, not really. But this is a very busy weekend for EM and Med Ed types with five (yes, five) great medical conferences running simultaneously. In the past you’d have been lucky to attend one or two of these, but thanks to the wonders of the interwebs and an amazing community of educators and […]
How do you use FOAM? Why should you bother? What kind of resources are out there? How do open educational resources fit into your work/study routine? This is the latest version of a FOAM Primer – A Six Step Guide to Academic Independence – that I’ve given at several Emergency Medicine residency programs over […]
“Keep Reading” Yesterday, during yet another excellent session at the ACEP Teaching Fellowship (#ACEPTF14), Dr. Rob Rogers (@EM_Educator) spent some time reviewing feedback techniques with the goal of teaching us many different ways to provide more effective feedback to students and residents. You know, something better than the usual “Strong work” or “keep reading”. We […]