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#FOAMEd Online Airway training Program – Anatomy review lecture by Dr Seth Trueger

Hi folks!

This episode marks the beginning of the #FOAMEd Online Airway training program , hosted on PHARM. This is an exciting initiative in online medical education for emergency airway providers of all grades, from novice to advanced practitioner.

It will be a 6 month program, with fortnightly online Google Hangout live  teaching sessions hosted by myself, @rfdsdoc, and recorded for posting on PHARM. We are going to cover a comprehensive curriculum of emergency airway management.


Follow me on twitter , @rfdsdoc, and I will tweet out a notice for an upcoming lecture 24hrs , 12 hrs  from start. I will tweet out a Google Hangout broadcast on air link 10 minutes before the show starts. When you see an upcoming lecture tweet alert, you can Direct message me or tweet a request for a Google hangout invitation to join the show panel live, but there is a limit of 10 participants per hangout session!

The airway online teaching faculty spans the globe, with teachers volunteering from USA, Australia, NZ, UK, Central and South America, Ireland.

The first lecture for the program is on ANATOMY REVIEW and we have one of our favourite guest speakers, Dr Seth Trueger, @MDAware, from Washington DC. Seth trained under the #FOAMEd giants of emergency medicine education, Dr Scott Weingart, @emcrit, and Dr Reuben Strayer, @emupdates, at Mt Sinai hospital in NYC.


Dr Levitan’s larynx video

Glidescope intubation video

Bougie intubations with Hennepin County ED

Difficulty Passing the Bougie from HQMedEd on Vimeo.

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Amanda #

    Good work Minh

    October 17, 2012

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