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FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
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FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13
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FOAM Primer - Stony Brook 9/18/13

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A primer to the use of open educational resources - FOAM - in Emergency Medicine Education. Delivered at the Stony Brook Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine.

A primer to the use of open educational resources - FOAM - in Emergency Medicine Education. Delivered at the Stony Brook Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine.

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  • 1. Moving On... David Marcus, MD - @EMIMDoc Chief Resident, LIJ EM/IM Program Stony Brook EM - September 18, 2013 A Six Step Guide to Academic Independence
  • 2. Contemporary Med-Ed The Fundamentals Cognition/Behavior CME Knowledge Base Procedures Clinical Reasoning Staying Relevant Textbooks Clinical Experience Mentorship Simulation,Workshops Case Reviews, M&MLectures Lectures Recertification Journals/Conferences Med Ed Modern Med
  • 3. A Wise Man Once Said: "If you want to know how we practiced medicine 5 years ago, read a textbook. If you want to know how we practiced medicine 2 years ago, read a journal. If you want to know how we practice medicine now, go to a conference. If you want to know how we will practice medicine in the future, listen in the hallways and use FOAM." - Prof. Joe Lex
  • 4. FOAM,You Say? Free, Open Access Medical Education So Who's At the Party?
  • 5. Some FolksYou Might Already Know
  • 6. And a Few New Friends:
  • 7. But, I Have Enough Friends
  • 8. • Keep up with cutting edge EM/CC • Participate in conferences no matter where you are • Converse directly with thought leaders... • Learn and retain more by Spaced Repetition • Stay up to date on new resources and tools • Get a quick consult, feedback on your own ideas, network, professional opportunities, etc... • Do it all on your own schedule Sure, but with FOAM you can:
  • 9. Stuff I've Learned • NODESAT • Perimortem C-Section • Delayed Sequence Intubation • Bath Salts • Tox Reviews • Advanced AW Management • ECG Reviews • Critical Procedures in EM
  • 10. The Six Steps to Academic Independence
  • 11. But First,A Word About Protection
  • 12. Rules of Engagement • Caveat Emptor • Anonymity is dead • Everything is discoverable • Nothing is deletable • Treat people with respect and maintain professional standards. • You and your digital persona are inseparable.
  • 13. Step #1: Join Twitter • Register at Twitter.com • To get the most out of Twitter, install the App on your mobile devices. Set up notifications via Settings. • Follow users and hashtags (#) • You DO NOT have to contribute • It is OK to watch • Check the feed when you can and follow links or conversations that appeal to you
  • 14. Accounts to Follow • @emcrit • @precordialthump • @criticalcarenow • @mdaware • @pharmertoxguy • @embasic • @boringem • @m_lin • @emlitofnote • @lwestafer • @amalmattu • @eleytherius • @I_C_N • @broomedocs • @KangarooBeach • @poisonreview • @jvrbntz • Various medical societies
  • 15. NY EM Residencies on Twitter • @BethIsraelEMed • @LIJ_EM • @KingsofCounty • @JacobiEM • @LincolnEM • @Maimonides_EM • @SinaiEM • @SLREM • For a list of all residencies on Twitter, see: http:// academiclifeinem.com/em-im-residency-on-twitter/
  • 16. Some Locals • @TMoadel • @SuffolkCoFRES • @jeremyfaust • @EMIMDoc
  • 17. Hashtags - # • Unify conversations on Twitter • Many already established, new ones come up often • # often used to identify conferences (#SMACC2013, SAEM13). •Your starting tags: •#FOAMed , #EMTOT, #EMconf
  • 18. Step #2: Read Blogs • Independently published, freely accessible, medical education. •Your starting points: •Academic Life in Emergency Medicine •Life in the Fast Lane
  • 19. Many Other Excellent Sites • Emcrit • EM Lyceum (journal club) • The Poison Review • Dr. Smith's ECG Blog (Advanced) • PulmCCMCentral • ResusME • SonoSpot • BoringEM • The Short Coat (Students!) • EMS12Lead (Basic+Advanced) • TheNNT • EM Lit of Note • MDAware • BroomeDocs • UnderneathEM • Prehospitalmed.com
  • 20. And many, many more...
  • 21. Step #3: Podcasts/Vodcasts • Audio/video recordings by many of the bloggers listed above, and more • Some are pay-protected • Found on iTunes or via their own sites • Some are downloadable, all can be streamed • Several offer free access via EM organizations
  • 22. Step #3: Podcasts/Vodcasts •Some examples: • FreeEmergencyTalks.net (>1000 talks curated by Joe Lex et al) • EMRAP EE (Rob Rogers, Mel Herbert,Amal Mattu) • Ultrasound Podcast (Mike Mallon, Mike Stone, Matt Dawson) • iTeachEM (Rob Rogers) • SmartEM (David Newman - still absent from Twitter)
  • 23. Step #4: Join GMEP.org • The Global Medical Education Project • Free, community driven EM/CC learning • User & Admin submitted question banks • Image collections and other downloadable materials • See how you stack up against others •Lovechild of Facebook, PEERVIII, LinkedIN
  • 24. Step #5: Keep It All Straight • FOAMem.com - Continuously updated collection of all FOAM blog posts (RSS Feed). Check it out. • GoogleFOAM.com - Unified search portal for all FOAM resources (previously EMGoogle.com) • FOAMfeeds.com • Use your apps...
  • 25. Step #6: Essential Apps • Aggregators: Pulse, Feedly, Flipboard • New posts appear automatically; no need to go through multiple websites. • After installing, search for and save all your favorite blogs. • View online or on any mobile platform
  • 26. Step #6: Essential Apps • QXMD Read • A news feeder similar to Pulse, but based on academic journals. • Not FOAM, relies on journal access. But if your organization subscribes to journals, full text is easily accessible, many with downloadable PDF's. • Install, enter your specialty and journals of interest, and you'll never be out of something to read. • Advanced users: proxy servers can be set up
  • 27. The Six Step Plan 1. Twitter 2. Blogs 3. Podcasts 4. GMEP 5. Keeping it straight 1. FOAMEM.com 2. GoogleFOAM.com 3. FOAMfeeds.com 6. Apps: Pulse, Feedly, Flipboard, Upshot, QXMD Read Learn, Interact Stay Organized Practice
  • 28. Just Do It It's good for you.

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