Online Medical Education on Emergency Department (ED) Critical Care, Trauma, and Resuscitation
Scott, what’s your method? Do you open them in multiple tabs? Do you get several in print? I feel pretty sure you approach this in a systematic way and wondered how you tackle this.
Get the TOC emails whenever a new issue is published. Go to my unitversity web site open the issue, open the fulltext of anything that relates to resus/ed critical care/gen adult emerg med.
Hi Dr. Weingart, I’m currently in my 3rd year of EM residency in California, and hoping to perform a Critical Care fellowship in the future. I’ve drank the kool-aid and have been trying to read at least the TOC from all these journals for the last few months and I love it!! Its like trying to drink from a fire-hose, but it’s really rewarding when an article that you happen to pick out of the massive flood of articles gets picked up and talked about on the various FOAM sites. The repetitiveness of the important things causes the info to really stick. I’m a huge nerd and have created a feedly list which includes the TOC of all of your journals as well as a majority of the major EM / CC FOAM sites (in different sections of course). I have shared the .opml file with my peers in residency and those that are into the FOAM stuff love it (it saves them from populating their feedly list from scratch). I figured I’d make it available to your readers who are interested. They can add or remove feeds as they want but it’ll start them with a framework. There are… Read more »
Awesome Matthew. I just love this. Thank you so much for sharing.
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