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FOAMed 2.0

Faculty Development Session on FOAMed
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Nadim Lalani

on 10 October 2014

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Transcript of FOAMed 2.0

#FOAMed
CASE
CASE
FOAMed FIVE PACK: NNT =1
You’re working a night shift and see a 21yo with chest trauma requiring a chest tube
The nurse asks if you want antibiotics
Do you know of a resource that can answer this?
CASE
•You are working with an eager medical student on her first day of clerkship
•She has identified EM as her specialty of choice and wants to know how she can impress people with her passion for emergency medicine.
•Can you think of a one-stop-shop for EM content?
You’re always hearing about a colleague that has ready access to a great set of online notes. This doc pulls up these in a jiffy and emails her notes to the residents to read.How can you create your own repository of stuff?
CASE
•You’re at Academic Half Day and the Residents and an attending are discussing this great new FOAM that someone “Tweeted” about?
•You feel like you want to be cutting edge, but are afraid of Twitter because you think its for kids
CASE
Your senior resident is going to present procedure rounds on U/S
She asks you if there is any great stuff out thereon Ultrasound
Is there a resource or two that you can point them to?
Ebers Papyrus
3400 -1500 BC
Medical document
Future
5
now
2
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. Joe Lex 2012
introduction
knowledge
Self-efficacy
Technical skill
support
barriers
You are working with a R1 and a student.
Your R1 presents to you the case of a patient with a large abscess.
You suggest that the R1 use the Loop Technique – She looks at you with a blank stare
Can you suggest a good resource video for this so that she can get up to speed?
CASE
http://blog.ercast.org/
http://www.bedsideultrasound.com/
http://www.ultrasoundpodcast.com/
http://www.bestbets.org/
CASE
You’re working with a medical student who has seen a kid with gastroenteritis and wants to give Gravol®
You suggest Ondansetron.The learner asks about the evidence for Ondansetron [as it’s supposed to be expensive]
Do you know of a resource that you can provide?
http://www.thennt.com/
http://www.alifeatrisk.com/
http://lifeinthefastlane.com/
CASE
A recent grad colleague confides that she is uncomfortable with her resuscitation skills.
Can you think of a blog that may help her become a Master Resuscitationist?
http://emcrit.org/
CASE
You have been tasked with doing an afternoon session on EKG’s at an upcoming regional conferenceCan you think of a way to become an EKG Rockstar within a few clicks and a few hours?
http://hqmeded-ecg.blogspot.ca/
http://ekgumem.tumblr.com/
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http://academiclifeinem.blogspot.ca/p/pv-cards.html
http://ermentor.com/2012/12/diptic/
http://twitter.com/
WEB 2.0 the revolution
there's a lot out there
"FOAMed five-pack" : NNT = 1
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