When I have new students rotate with me and I introduce them to FOAMED, there is one site I show them first. EMCrit is all about emergency medicine and critical care with the goal of bringing upstairs care downstairs. If you have not heard of this site yet, then you need to stop reading and go there now!
There are great podcasts, and then there are podcasts that just blow your mind. Matt and Mike from the Ultrasound Podcast accomplish that mind blowing experience that only an ultrasound device can accurately diagnose in some new fancy technique they only know. Never fear though, they are willing to share that knowledge through their podcast.
When completing my master's program to become a Physician Assistant (PA), it was time to start finding tools to get ready for boards. Multiple sources were used including Hippo Education (and no, it is not about hippos), but as a student the search for free information was key. Enter my first podcast ever, the Physician Assistant Exam Review (PAER).
The Skeptics' Guide to Emergency Medicine (SGEM) is a fantastic website. It is devoted to cutting the knowledge translation (KT) window from over 10 years down to less than 1 year. Much of the content derives from the Best Evidence in Emergency Medicine (BEEM) process. It uses free appraisal forms to critically evaluate research. Part of the task of TOTAL EM is to provide a similar process.