EMCrit Podcast 38 – The ED Critical Care Dirty Dozen for 2010

Here are my 12 favorite ED Critical Care things for 2010…the EMCrit Dirty Dozen:

12. SmartEM by David Newman and Ashley Shreves

11. The Poison Review by Leon Gussow

10. Academic Life in Emergency Medicine by Michelle Lin

9. Zdoggmd–the funniest internist I have ever come across

8. Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast by Anton Helman

7. One Night in the ED, an incredible radiology blog for EM folks by a radiologist, Daniel Cornfeld

6. Steve Smith’s EKG Blog-even the cardiologists are not giving the same amount of detail as you will find here

5. Resus.me by Cliff Reid

4. EM:RAP by med ed hero, Mel Herbert

3. Ercast by my friend, Rob Orman

2. the Life in the Fast Lane Blog headed up by the amazing Mike Cadogan and Chris Nickson

1. Well for #1, you are just going to have to listen

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    • emcrit says

      Cliff, I want to get you on the show in the beginning of frebruary. any afternoons (Australian Time) that work for you. Takes about 20-25 mminutes.


  1. says

    Hey, thanks for the honor! Making your list is the coolest thing that’s happened to me all year. Keep keepin’ it real in the double uno baby!

      • says

        E-Diddy Dirty Money,

        No sir, I do indeed mean the coolest thing. Becoming a Fellow of the Utopian College of Emergency for Medicine was the most awesomemestest thing. Important distinction!

  2. says

    G’day Scott,
    Wow. It may be cliche, but to be included among such company is simply humbling.
    As you know I’ve been a huge fan since the beginning of the EMCrit podcast – actually before, when I found one of the 7 printed copies of your book in existence (it’s a great book: Emergency Medicine Decision Making http://www.amazon.com/Emergency-Medicine-Decision-Making-Environments/dp/007144212X). The podcast keeps getting better and your enthusiasm and expertise in ED critical care and in providing education for everyone everywhere is profoundly inspirational.
    Many, many thanks for supporting LITFL and for helping us all to become better doctors.
    All the best for 2011 mate,
    PS. You and Cliff need to chill out – actually, I take that back… how else am I gonna get so many pearls for such little effort!

    • emcrit says

      I don’t know about Cliff, but I have not found a dimmer switch–only on or off. I’ll keep looking.

  3. Kane Guthrie says

    Thanks for the mention and plug for LitFL.
    Look forward to listening to more great podcasts from you in 2011.


  4. says

    I’m so profoundly honoured that I made the top twelve amongst such amazing educators. EmergencyMedicineCases.com is still in it’s infancy and I’ve had so much inspiration from EMCrit.org, your writing and your lectures, Scott. Keep up the amazing work. Cheers, Anton

  5. says

    Cheers for the mention Scott, big honour. A couple of great sites I’d not found before – the bar keeps getting higher! Keep up the good work.


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