What? Most people in medical education who’ve tapped into social media and the #FOAMed world will know The Teaching Institute and many educators from its faculty. For those not in the know, The Teaching Institute is […]
At scanFOAM we love SoMe and all of our “internet friends”, so much so that we want our “real life friends” to meet our “internet friends” when opportunities arise. Therefore, Camilla stood no chance after […]
Innovation and the millennial learner It will come as no surprise that innovation is a topic at The Teaching Course. The faculty behind The Teaching Course are truly first movers and innovative educators so having Christopher Doty kick off […]
Once again The Teaching Course has turned the Innovation Loft in New York City into the place to be for medical educators. So of course the scanFOAM team are present in the form of me, […]
We’re stoked to finally be able to announce something we’ve been working on for a while: A presentation masterclass featuring none other than Ross Fisher. Instead of listing all the details here, head on over to […]
Another one of the giants of the sim world has generously agreed to share his “How I Sim” story with #FOAMsim and the scanFOAM audience. Peter Dieckmann is an organisational psychologist, originally from Germany where […]
Next up in our “How I Sim” series is Jenny W Rudolph. You probably know of the Center for Medical Simulation founded 22 years ago where Jenny works; and to people in the world of sim she’ll […]
scanFOAM.org is proud to present our next contributor to the “How I Sim” series, Jesse Spurr, hailing all the way from Oz. He’s an all round good bloke and a #FOAMed #FOAMsim star, being the co-host of simulationpodcast.com, editor-in-chief of injectableorange.com and simulation director at The Teaching Institute, just to name a few. Enjoy!
As newly graduated medical students leave universities around the world and start their professional lives as junior doctors, so starts the media coverage about the #JulyEffect (1). #JulyEffect Tweets // The Dunning-Kruger effect is cited […]
This is the first guest contribution in our initiative “How I Sim” – a series that brings forth the voices of healthcare simulation for a speed round on their thoughts on sim. Who better to kick it off than Victoria Brazil (@Socratic_EM), a true #FOAMsim legend!