Saturday, August 13, 2016

Core Rosen's and Clinical Knowledge

"Residents are busy and on-the-go: frequently unable to dedicate large portions of time to reading core Rosen’s material until their final year of residency. As a result many residents rely on audio podcasts to keep up to date on controversies and advancements in emergency medicine.
These podcasts (e.g. EMRAP, PEMED, EMCrit, etc.) in medical education have exponentially increased in number but none exclusively cover the foundational principles that are the basis of Royal College of Emergency Medicine residents’ tests; instead, most of these podcasts offer cutting edge controversies or novel research in areas of critical care and resuscitation. This leads to many emergency medicine residents replacing time they would spend reading textbooks with catchy, cutting edge content which negatively impacts their future performance on their final certification examination..."
Core Rosen's and Clinical Knowledge