SMACC (audio)
Julian Walter: Law and Order in Social Media

Julian Walter clarifies what 21st century tech activities you ought to avoid to keep your medical career in optimum health.

Direct download: tech-walter.mp3
Category:audio -- posted at: 3:19am AEST

Michelle Johnston: Lessons from the Classics

Johnston draws us away from the the dry aptness of medical texts to prise open our more expressive, sensitive selves with sage words. 

Direct download: lessons-johnston.mp3
Category:audio -- posted at: 11:46pm AEST

Joe Lex offers up his hard won advice on succeeding as an emergency physician.

Direct download: lessons-lex.mp3
Category:audio -- posted at: 2:04am AEST

Kia Wahl: Be Seen, Be Heard (The View from Google/YouTube)

Wahl brings her technological know-how to smacc to help you maximise your foamed presence.

Direct download: social-media-critical-care-wahl.mp3
Category:audio -- posted at: 11:58pm AEST

Joe Lex: An Old Dog Learning New Tricks

Lex reflects upon the art of learning in the field of medicine as an indispensible practise for medical professionals.

Direct download: social-media-critical-care-lex.mp3
Category:audio -- posted at: 11:05pm AEST

Simon Carley: Anarchy in the UK

Carley delineates the potential of an anarchistic mindset to bring developments in the field of medical care.

Direct download: social-mdia-critical-care-carley.mp3
Category:audio -- posted at: 1:47am AEST

Join Weingart on the path to excellence strewn with medical books, and a list of journals which is truly insane. Once Weingart has your head in the right space, revel in the reading at EMCrit's Recommended Reading page.

Direct download: social-media-critical-care-weingart.mp3
Category:audio -- posted at: 1:40am AEST

Mike Cadogan: Forget Social Media...Get #FOAMed!

Cadogan fronts up on the creation of #foamed and current developments in free open access medical education. 

Direct download: social-media-critical-care-cadogan.mp3
Category:audio -- posted at: 12:48am AEST

Victoria Brazil, Mike Cadogan, Simon Carley, Joe Lex, Chris Nickson, Ming Le Cong, and Anthony Holley consider the pitfalls and potential of free open access medical education and social media.

Direct download: plenary-future-of-education-panel.mp3
Category:audio -- posted at: 1:16am AEST

Carley considers the future of open access and traditional forms of education.

Direct download: plenary-future-of-education-carley.mp3
Category:audio -- posted at: 1:38am AEST