MMUH case conference FOAMed


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Slideset from a talk I give on FOAMed (free open access medical education) or social media for medical education. Another screencast version of it lives here.

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MMUH case conference FOAMed

  1. 1. For Medical Education Social M ed ia
  2. 2. Who am I?
  3. 3. Why am I speaking on social media? The best way to learn something is to try and teach it
  4. 4. Most doctors impression of social media “I need to pee” “I peed” “This is where I pee” “Why do I need to pee?” “CHECK OUT this PEE” “I have a PhD in urinating” “I pee therefore I am”
  5. 5. What do we mean by social media TwitterVideoBlog Podcast
  6. 6. The differences Traditional Media Credit: anjan58 Flickr Social Media Credit:J Heffner Flickr v
  7. 7. Isolated LearningSocialised learning Effectively one big online version of your: journal club conference training day v
  8. 8. education: any time, any where Credit: Stefan on Flickr [via Chris Nickson] go mobile
  9. 9. Credit: JaraVillanueva on Flickr Free Open Access Meducation
  10. 10. the scale of this > 200 EMCC blogs > 30 EMCC podcasts
  11. 11. will replace the RCT?
  12. 12. knowledge translationvresearch
  13. 13. is knowledge translation a problem?
  14. 14. Half of what you’ll learn in medical school will be shown to be either dead wrong or out of date within five years of your graduation; the trouble is that nobody can tell you which half...
  15. 15. adrenaline and the digit 1944 - textbook of hand surgery: “from this gangrene has often resulted”
  16. 16. the bleeding edge of research
  17. 17. cautions
  18. 18. Social Media: a good way to get fired 1) Professionalism
  19. 19. DO Share the Wealth Listen Comment Add Value Be Respectful Give Kudos Be Social Be Real Be You Collaborate Be Unprofessional Spam Be anonymous Disclose patient information Be Mean Be Inflexible Criticise Publish anything when drunk Be Negative DO NOT “An idiot offline is an idiot online” 1) Professionalism
  20. 20. 1) Professionalism
  21. 21. can we trust it? the current gold standard
  22. 22. Post-Publication Peer Review via: 2) Quality
  23. 23. Mentor Textbook someone you trust... presumed infallible... 2) Quality in reality often out of date they might be wrong Who do I trust?
  24. 24. What it will not replace
  25. 25. a structured training program
  26. 26. time with patients and teachers
  27. 27. a curriculum
  28. 28. Relevance for EM training in UK/Ireland small numbers of trainees small numbers of trainers limited training opportunities= = more trainees more trainers more training opportunities
  29. 29. Questions?
  30. 30. Can we integrate this into traditional settings?
  31. 31. Asynchronous Learning