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Best #FOAMed Resources for Physicians (Free Open Access Medical Education)

The best #FOAMed blogs and other resources for clinicians (Free Open Access Medical Education). Helpful for physicians, pharmacists, medical students, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and other clinicians looking for up to date medical education.

GrepMed Image Based Medical Reference Find Algorithms, Decision Aids, Checklists, Guidelines, Differentials, Point of...

GrepMed uses images to help clinicians find the information they need to make better decisions at the bedside. GrepMed crowdsources high yield and up-to-date algorithms, decision aids, checklists, guidelines, differentials, point of care ultrasound (POCUS), physical exam clips and more from the best clinicians and medical educators around the world.

PULMCrit - EMCrit Project

Pulmcrit Critical Care Blog and Internet Book of Critical Care (IBCC) by Dr. Josh Farkas

Home - REBEL EM - Emergency Medicine Blog

REBEL EM has primarily been a clinical blog focusing on critical appraisal of research, but now we are proud to introduce REBEL Core, an initiative to improve discussion of core content in emergency medicine/critical care. Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAMed) has long been dedicated to discussing current literature to shorten knowledge translation. However, if all you use is FOAMed, then you will have “swiss cheese knowledge”, due to the lack of having foundational knowledge. The entire breadth of emergency medicine is not currently covered by FOAMed with a disproportionate representation of critical care topics (i.e. ECG, Ultrasound, Resuscitation, Procedures). REBEL Core will continue to discuss the foundational knowledge necessary in all aspects of emergency care.

Taming the SRU

FOAMed for the masses from the University of Cincinnati Department of
Emergency Medicine