#FOAMEd users global distribution study

Free Open Access Medical Education in Emergency Medicine: The Global Distribution of Users in 2016"Upper-middle income countries, lower-middle income countries and low-income countries accounted for 17.5%, 8.5% and 0.3% of #FOAMed use, respectively"https://t.co/b9JKDvsGKG🔓 — Afr J Emerg Med (@AfJEM) April 13, 2018


Open Access Article EVERY DAY!

JPCH is launching #FreeAccess … everyday We are DELIGHTED to announce that thanks to overwhelming support from you, our readers, @WileyGlobal & @TheRACP we're making one article per day FREE for 24 hrs via social media. Follow us and skip the paywall – everyday. pic.twitter.com/eFxdU1sn16 — JPCH (@JPCHonline) February 28, 2018


In favour of resilience training

Okay, deep breath…time to come clean… I think resilience is important. There, I’ve said it. But wait, there’s more! Not only do I think it is important, I think we should educate staff to understand what resilience is and help them to become as resilient as they can be. I think it just makes sense […]… Continue Reading


Emergency a bloody long way from anywhere

Three hours into an intercontinental flight, the dark blue waters of the Pacific ocean pass below. A cloudless azure sky offers contrast. The remains of another airline lunch has been collected. Postprandial heads began nodding. A few fellow passengers have already succumbed to slumber assisted by duty free spirits. “Can a medical practitioner please make […]… Continue Reading