Theres a wealth of information and educational content available to you online. If you have any suggestions please let us know.
Peter Cutting is a Consultant in Leeds Teaching Hospitals, his area of expertise if learning from errors. He is recognised as an expert in this field. He has produced a learning from errors blog which you should find interesting and hopefully learn something useful for own practice.
General Emergency Medicine blogs
There are some great #FOAMed resources out there from EM teams all over the world including those in the UK, Australia and the USA.
St Emlyns is a massive site produced by our colleagues across the Penines. Their blogs are both interesting to read, thought provoking and educational. They have mapped their blogs to the EM curriculum which is useful for trainees.
FOAMSHED is a blog site from the team in Sheffield, it is only in its infancy but expect it will develop to become another useful resource.
Life in the Fast Lane is one of the original blog sites that started of the #FOAMed revolution. It has a thorough collection of clinical information and images.
Steve Smith’s ECG blog site is an amazing resource and will teach more about ECG’s than you thought you ever needed to know.
Improving your basic science knowledge
Anatomy for Emergency Medicine Andy Neil site is an amazing anatomy resource for those wanting to get through MRCEM or just want to improve their core knowledge. He’s also done a pretty good critical appraisal glossary.
www.rcemlearning.co.uk – RCEM’s official online learning environment.
www.rcemfoamed.co.uk – RCEM’s foamed network site. Mostly podcasts.