EmergencyPedia is part of a growing family of critical care blogs based on the values of Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAMed). We mourn the passing of SMACC and the FOAMed world’s hero Dr John Hinds who sadly died in early July 2015. This Blog is dedicated to supporting his memory and legacy.
Our team hopes that our website will be useful to medical students, nurses, paramedics, allied health and doctors. In 2015 we will continue to add more content on topics relevant to Emergency Medicine (EM) with our goal being to provide a high quality medical education resource.
We believe in online medical education and that the sharing of our crisis management experiences is the best way to improve our future practice. Reflecting on cases is the best way a young resuscitation practitioner can improve their future care.
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