Additional Resources

Here are some of our favorite evidence-based emergency medicine online resources.

Resources Produced by Our Team

EMDocs
Part of the Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAMed) movement and a timely, comprehensive resource for the global emergency medicine community. It strives to elevate our field by fostering personal and academic growth of clinicians in order to maximize high-quality patient care. One of our faculty, Alexander Koyfman, M.D., is co-founder and editor-in-chief.

RadioRounds
Medical talk show hosted by UT Southwestern Emergency Medicine Resident alumnus, John Corker, M.D.

Other Resources

Amal Mattu, M.D.’s Emergency ECG Video of the Week
New cases reviewed every Monday to help you become the best at electrocardiography.

EMCrit Project
Scott Weingart, M.D.’s podcast. Bringing upstairs care, downstairs.

Emergency Medicine Literature of Note
Ryan Radecki, M.D. covers topics of interest to the integrity of scientific research and emergency medicine.

EM Curious
An  innovative online medical education website currently under development by medical residents.

FOAMCast
Review FOAM and tie it to core content.

Life in the Fastlane
Australasian critical care physicians and nurses explore the changing world of eLearning.

The Poison Review
A critical update and evaluation of recent scientific literature, news stories, and cultural events related to the field of medical toxicology.

RebelEM
Rezaie’s evidence-based evaluation of literature in emergency medicine.

The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine
Meet ’em, greet ’em, treat ’em, and street ’em.

Diversity and Inclusion Resources

Diversity Initiatives at UT Southwestern

Diversity Initiatives at National Organizations