Archive for category: Medical Education

Today I Learned: A Daily Dose of #FOAMed 1.0

12 Nov
November 12, 2018

In October 2016, I was exposed to the vast world of Free Open Access Medical Education and MedTwitter. I was astounded and inspired by the different educators who were trying to make learning easier. The Knowledge Translation (KT) gap was being vastly shortened by some very smart people who took to social media to educate […]

Information Overload: Drinking from the Firehose

01 Nov
November 1, 2018

Background: Keeping up to date with the current literature is no small task.  You may say it is like drinking from a firehose when you’re thirsty;  it can be painful and, at the end, does it really quench our thirst?  The constant influx of new published research makes it difficult to stay current with the latest […]

Clinical Pearls from ACEP 2018 – San Diego, CA

18 Oct
October 18, 2018

This year ACEP 2018 took place in San Diego, CA from Oct 1st– 4th, 2018.  There were lots of amazing speakers and topics as was evidenced by the eruption of everyone’s twitter feeds with the #ACEP18 hashtag.  I was fortunate enough to not only attend, but also speak at this amazing conference.  I was approached […]

Building the “Perfect” Curriculum

02 Oct
October 2, 2018

I was asked to give a talk at ACEP 2018 on Building the Perfect Curriculum and given 25 minutes to make this happen.  As you can imagine there is no way the entirety of building a perfect curriculum can be done in 25 minutes nor is there such a thing as the perfect curriculum, as […]

Can’t We All Just Get Along? A Generational Survival Guide

02 Oct
October 2, 2018

Background: For the 1st time we have 4 generations in the workplace.  The reasons for this include, people are living longer on one end of the scale and there has been a huge acceleration in speed of information leading to quicker development of younger generations.  The remainder of this post will serve to describe a generational survival […]