EMCrit Podcast – Hard Six – My Picks from 2011

EMCrit’s favorites from 2011

An Ultrasound Podcast

The Emergency Ultrasound Podcast is some of the best emergency medicine podcasting out there. Matt and Mike have a fabulous teaching style and I can’t get enough of their ultrasound education.

A New Blog on EM Evidence

EM Literature of Note provides concise and incisive commentary from Ryan Radecki

EM Posts with Care Pathways and some Ketamine

My friend Reuben Strayer doesn’t post often, but when he does, it is pure gold: Emergency Medicine Updates

A Flying Doctor who seems to love Airway

Minh Le Cong is brilliant and I hope he posts on the EMCrit blog as much as he likes.

An Intensive Care Blog with Lectures

The Intensive Care Network is a fantastic blog with lectures, videos, and board preparation resources.

A Surgeon who can communicate–Who would have thunk it?

The Trauma Professionals Blog is the fantastic perspective of a trauma surgeon, Dr. Michael McGonigal.

For more of my favorite things, check out the dirty dozen from 2010

 

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Comments

  1. Thanks Scott. Appreciate the kudos, means a lot from the big dog of podcasting!

  2. rodrigo di vita says:

    Really appreciate your hard work to distribute knowlege and promote discussion of important topics of care.
    I’ve been highly recomending your podcast for my colleagues in the ER and ICU and residents.
    Thank you Mr. Weingart
    Short message from a Vascular Surgeon from Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

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