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 […]
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 […]
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 // […]
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!
Recently, I came across this question on Twitter and joined the conversation. Crowdsourcing …How could @MedSimulation foster online community for sim educators ? Blog? Podcasts? More Twitter posts? What content? […]
This is a complementary blogpost to my #smaccDUB talk “How Students Can Choreograph Their Own Education”. I was thrilled to be offered the opportunity to talk about my passion – […]
Thoughts on giving back from conferences and courses
A quick and dirty periscope recording of prof. Pierre Carli’s account of the Paris terrorist attack and how EMS and hospitals responded. Recorded at #EMS2016
scanFOAM byder velkommen med det første indhold, fra #ETIK2016 – temadag om “etiske udfordringer i en behandlingsdomineret kultur”.