This is a great concept — Just A Minute Medicine Instant Tutorials – short one minute refresher videos for use on your smartphone, tablet or laptop, either streamed or downloadable. It is also a great competition. It comes from the collective brain of Casey Parker, Minh Le Cong and Tim Leeuwenberg — and I suspect at least subconsciously inspired by Matt Dawson and Mike Mallin’s One Minute Ultrasound app — all five will feature at SMACC GOLD too of course. Here’s the low down, ripped from the PHARM blog: Overview: JAMM (Just a Minute Medicine) is a FOAMEd ( Free Open Access Medical Education) concept born from the success of the Pecha Kucha competition from the SMACC ( Social Media and Critical Care) 2013 conference. The purpose of JAMM IT is to inspire educational creativity amongst health professionals working in rural and remote settings who face challenges of remote professional learning and skills maintenance. Faced with the need at times to perform critical emergency procedures that may be infrequently conducted or practised, the rural health provider may benefit from a short video presentation summarising the essential elements of the intervention. This presentation must be succinct and easy to review. It may be paused at key images to assist with preparation for the procedure. Whilst many medical videos are available online already via Youtube/Vimeo, none are deliberately formatted or designed for a short refresher presentation focussed on ne...
Source: Life in the Fast Lane - Category: Emergency Medicine Doctors Authors: Chris Nickson Tags: Competition Emergency Medicine Featured FOAM Pre-hospital / Retrieval Resuscitation Video JAMM JAMM IT remote rural Source Type: blogs
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