Archive for category: Medical Education

Got FOAM?

05 Oct
October 5, 2015

I recently gave a talk at my old alma mater (Texas A&M College of Medicine) on creating a Professional and Scholarly Community with FOAM in early September of 2015.  One of the things I was most amazed by was how many people had not heard of the concept of FOAM, but more importantly the number […]

The Modern Day Superhero

30 Sep
September 30, 2015

I was recently invited by Rick Body and Natalie May to speak at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) Meeting in Manchester, England, September 2015.  The topic was “The Essence of Emergency Medicine.”  I was allotted 20 minutes to give this talk and in my mind I immediately thought about two questions: How am […]

Presentation Zen

24 Aug
August 24, 2015

Recently, I just finished reading a book called Presentation Zen by Garr Reynolds.  This book is a game changer in the presentation world in my humble opinion.  If you are giving presentations at any level, this is a must read book.  Now I know that REBEL EM has traditionally been a clinical blog, but every […]

Cardiogenic Shock

25 May
May 25, 2015

Author’s Note: This post is one of the first written for a new site sponsored by the NYU/Bellevue Emergency Department called Core EM. This is a FOAM site dedicated to core content Emergency Medicine featuring a blog, podcast and procedure video section. The Core EM Project launches on June 15th, 2015. Thanks to Salim and the […]

In Criticism Of Praise

11 May
May 11, 2015

Sometimes the most profound academic concepts haven’t come from the wonderful medical conferences or hundreds of academic articles I’ve read, but they come from arenas completely tangential to the medical field.  The topic of this article is a great example of this phenomenon.  It came from of all places, a Southwest Airlines magazine.  It’s titled “In […]

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