WHAT’S NEW

Whoops!

I realize I have not put content out for the last few weeks.

I’ve been preparing for (and attending) AAEM 2017 Scientific Assembly (which was fantastic).

Aaaannd, now we’re back.

 

 

Welcome to the NEW Free Emergency Medicine Talks!!

What is Free Emergency Medicine Talks? It is FOAM in its purest sense.  There are more than 2500 MP3s of lectures recorded at many national and international meetings housed within FreeEMtalks’ walls. That’s alotta knowledge. That is the essence of FOAM. Learn more about FOAM and its creation here.

So take some time, grab a coffee and a comfy blanket and check us out.  Share with your friends…no limits to downloads.

 

We are on Itunes!!itunes_12_logoYou can find us at:  https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/free-emergency-medicine-talks/id1168191399  Add us to your favorite RSS feed to get the weekly posts right to your mobile device.

 

 

We’re Mobile Friendly!

Try our platform on your handheld.

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Who am I?

The name’s Jason Hine. I’m a former EM resident at Temple University Hospital in North Philadelphia. This was the stomping ground of the great Joe Lex, and it was through his mentoring and guidance I came to love FOAM. Upon his retiring from the field, he bequeathed FreeEmergencyTalks.net to me.

I am the one behind the many recent changes, so if you love/hate them I am the guy to praise/gripe to.

If you would like to get in touch with me for any reason, please reach me through the following platforms:

 @JayHineMD

FreeEMtalks AT gmail DOT com

 

TELL ME WHAT YOU WANT!

As I work on restructuring and revamping the site, I am very interested in what the user wants. Please give me your feedback on the site- its functionality, what would be nice to have, what is there you don’t need- anything from colors and fonts to searches and interfaces. Give you feedback at FreeEMtalks AT gmail DOT com or via twitter @freeemergtalks

 


To find a specific topic, try any of the following:

  • Click on “All Talks” in the upper right-hand corner and scroll through the master list.
  • Try the Tags feature by selecting a tag from the list on the right-hand side of the page.
    • Then choose a talk, or select more tags to narrow your search.
  • Check out Recently Posted on the right-hand side bar, or Legends tab to see some of the heavy hitters in Emergency Medicine.

 

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