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Podcasts are a GREAT way to soak up information. Don’t have a chance to speak to specialist colleagues or attend a conference? Then download a podcast and listen to it on the way to work or at the gym.

How to get started? You need a smartphone (iPhone or equivalent) or other device (iPod, iPad, laptop or PC)…then either navigate to the desired site via iTunes or click the ‘podcast’ RSS button on the desired website.

Podcast Tools

There are many podcasts (and video vodcasts) out there which are useful for rural doctors. Now there really is no excuse not to keep up-to-date. I reckon a good podcast should be 10-15 minutes on average, 20 minutes at the most.

Here are some suggestions.

EMCrit (EM-Critical Care) podcast from Scott Weingart (website

Emergency Trauma Management podcast (website

ER Cast podcast from Rob Orman (website ER CAST)

MJA podcasts from Medical Journal of Australia (website

Practical Evidence from Weingart (website

Prehospital & Retrieval Medicine (PHARM) podcast from Minh le Cong (website

Resus.ME podcast – quality medical education from Cliff Reid, GSA-HEMS (website



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