2016 be-gone, Here comes 2017
Its been an amazing year, the whole CC team has a lot of you boys and girls to thank for all our success. We are just shy of 62k downloads!!!! Thats no where near the likes of EMCRIT or SMACC but its pretty amazing for a few simple medical trainees from Canada!
Remember, we are on episode 56 come Jan 2nd, and episodes 52-56 are all up on the new site! Check it out HERE if you haven’t already!
We are all looking forward to working off those holiday calories together while we get our learn on together.
Have you been waiting for a one stop podcast on all those juicy, spinal trauma pearls? We’ve got what you need here
Star this one, its a good-er! You guys know the deal, if you don’t, click here for the new episode:)
If you haven’t seen the post at our new home, go take a look here
Hey Boys and Girls,
Episode 39 is up on our new home here
Don’t forget to check out the new site! Happy FOAMing
Check out the new post: Here
Remember we are now at canadiem.org
-The CrackCast Team
Hey Boys and Girls:
We can’t thank you guys enough for all your support! Thanks again for helping us grow into a following of over 3k listeners worldwide!
Many thanks to Brent Thoma and Teresa Chan over @CanadiEM for bringing us into the family. With their team, we’ll be able to further grow, and give you guys all the core content you’re dying to hear:)
Don’t worry, no need to change your podcast apps or RSS readers, they should all be redirected to the new platform @CanadiEM.
So check out a little throwback episode with Dr Rosen himself here, and look for the new episodes and comprehensive blogposts coming out starting this Monday.
The Crackcast Team
This is a medical education podcast that equips emergency medicine residents across Canada to consolidate core Rosen’s material in preparation for the Royal College Emergency Medicine Exam. The CRACK Podcast (aka. CRACK Cast for short) stands for “Core Rosen’s and Clinical Knowledge” which will provide free open access medical education (FOAM) to medical students, residents, and staff highlighting essential foundational material covered in Rosen’s Principles of Emergency Medicine.
Our mission is to deliver succinct education podcasts through a systematic journey through all 197 chapters of Rosen’s while also include salient clinical pearls applicable to medical students or staff physicians who wish to review topics for their personal learning.
Project Goals and Objectives
Equip residents to excel in exam preparation and medical education
Provide an enjoyable, sympathomimetic surge of succinct out-of-classroom core content in Emergency Medicine based on Rosen’s Principles of Emergency Medicine
Check out the links under the “subscribe” page to stay in the loop using iTunes or Feedly.
Chris & Adam
UBC – Vancouver Island Emergency Medicine Residents