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martes, 22 de marzo de 2016

The World of FOAM and EMCC

Resultado de imagen de Life in the fast lane
Life in The Fast Lane - By Mike Cadogan
"Since 2009 we have reviewed, revised and revitalised the Emergency Medicine and Critical Care blogs (EMCC) database. It has been a great way to add new resources; marvel at the global collaboration and wealth of educational resources in the #FOAMed blogosphere and analyse the trends in the use of social media, and blogging platforms.
In this 2016 analysis we review the #FOAMed conversation, blogging platforms and global spread of Free Open Access Medical Education and compare growth to 2011, 2012 and 2013 reviews.
Readers can subscribe to 203 of the EMCC blogs/podcasts through FOAMEM either by RSS Feed or via adaily email digest. A great way to keep up to date with the machinations and conversations in the blogosphere. If you are not yet listed, or want to add to your listing – contact the LITFL team
Review of prospectively collected data pertaining to Emergency Medicine and Critical Care (EMCC) blogs and podcasts providing Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAM) with no barrier to entry (e.g. readers not required to logon to site or pay to read/listen).
  • 356 EMCC blogs/podcasts were identified as either
  • ALIVE (275) (currently functioning with at least 1 post within last 6 months);
  • Note: a subgroup exists with profound bradycardia and hypotension… ‘GOING‘ (45) (previously active with at least 10 posts but zero posts/podcasts for 6-12 months)
  • DEAD (81) (previously active with at least 10 posts but zero posts/podcasts for greater than 12 months, or site redirected/incorporated)
EMMC Blog growth 2002-2015