Hart on Simulation Debriefing

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I’ve previously featured a PeRL (peer reviewed lecture) by Danielle Hart, Director of Simulation at Hennepin County,  titled Teaching the Millennial Generation on LITFL. This time round Danielle speaks about the most important part of any simulation — the debrief. It’s everything you need to know, and largely based on Rudolph et al’s ‘Debriefing with good judgment’ approach. Highly […]

How to live tweet #FOAMed from Keynote!

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Ever want to tweet out your own lecture pearls, while lecturing?  Want to make sure the #FOAMed community is receiving the top pearls from your talk?  Well, if  you use Keynote there is a way set this up in under 10 minutes using a recently updated open-access app called Keynote Tweet v2.5 by Alan Levine. […]

Carley on FOAM and Education

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Simon Carley (@EMManchester), Professor of Emergency Medicine in Manchester and fearless leader of the StEmlyn’s blog team, is an education powerhouse. Regular iTeachEMers will know that he gave two profoundly interesting talks at SMACC last March. Here is the video footage of these two inter-related talks. In the first, Educational Leadership and Subversion he explores the […]

Technology versus Learning

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The video of Victoria Brazil’s talk at SMACC on Technology versus Learning has been #FOAMed. With technology comes inherent boons and inherent evils, where does the balance lie when it comes to medical education? Found out by watching Victoria Brazil (@SocraticEM) in action: Here are her slides: … and you can download the audio only […]

Tweeting While Treating

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I was working an overnight ED shift recently (actually, I only work overnight shifts–aren’t you envious?) and I said to myself,” self, why don’t I send out tweets in real time during the shift?” Well, not 100% real time. I’m not interrupting patients or pausing CPR to hit the send button or anything. At least […]