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TimestampWhat is your level of training or primary profession? Rater: What is your field of expertise, if applicable Rater: Where are you? Comments?
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1/18/2013 9:14:53PhysicianEmergency Medicine
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1/18/2013 9:55:12PhysicianEMBritish Columbia, CANADAGreat summary.

There is, here, great reticence to incorporate ANY web resources into formal education - although, paradoxically, virtually everyone (staff to students) uses Dr Google on a daily basis, with little thought as to content quality.

There is some buy in from our Academic Dept head and some others, but getting others, particularly the clinical teachers to use, or even consider, newer resources is difficult.

As some of the thought leaders (ALiEM, LITFL, GMEP etc) begin to formalize things, more of us 'in the trenches' will be able to push for more inclusion.

Keep up the good work.
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1/19/2013 3:50:18EM specialistEmergency medicineSlovenia
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1/19/2013 21:55:22ParamedicEMS and EducationLouisiana, USA
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1/26/2013 7:02:49PGY 2EMAR, USAWhat about having residents present what they've learned through asynchronous learning at weekly conferences? Wouldn't have to take up the entire conference but you could have three good 15 minute talks by three different residents on what they have learned recently.

Very interesting post, thanks!
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