Our Picks

We are voracious consumers and vehement supporters of the FOAMed (free open access medical education) movement.


The inspiration to Resuscitation Tonight. Monique and Landon are our mentors and are tireless in their pursuit of quality education. They knew us as baby clinicians, toddler educators, and awkward tweens in the realm of synthesizing clinical application and knowledge translation.

nursem.org


A site dedicated to rational, evidence based review of the literature by some of the brightest minds in emergency medicine. You will be up to date with best practice and emergency medicine research. Follow Salim Rezaie, the founder of REBEL, on Twitter.

rebelem.com


Josh Farkas and Adam Thomas need to win awards. They have created an entire critical care medicine textbook online for free, all with the goal of improving patient care.

emcrit.org/ibcc/toc


If you practice clinically, you should have a browser tab pinned to Life in the Fast Lane. The Critical Care Compendium has revolutionized our clinical practice because it is quick, easily accessible, research based, and up to date. Mike Cadogan and Chris Nickson are game changers; follow anything they do.

litfl.com


The amount of education we have received from this Podcast is not measurable. Every single podcast or quiz from Emergency Medicine Cases is applicable to daily practice. This is a must-use, must-bookmark resource. Anton Helman et al. have created an amazing resource, all free and accessible anywhere.

emergencymedicinecases.com


The EMCrit crew look at bleeding edge innovation in emergency critical care. Episodes 1-100 are excellent for elevating your practice. Episodes 101-current push the envelope.

This is where we first heard of The Nurse Led Code.

emcrit.org


We like The Q Word because of their interest in evidence based care. Have a listen to episode 7 where they translate the landmark PARAMEDIC-2 trial into nursing clinical practice.

theqwordpodcast.com

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