There are so many useful sites out there, at TopEndExam we want you to see them all, share them, add to them and generally spread the FellowshipFOAM everywhere. I have tried to include only sites that have up to date content and have been maintained. Please email me if you have more links to add (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Official ACEM Website
- Click this link for dates, applications, resources etc. Be sure to review the new exam format which has changed significantly as of 2015.
- It’s worth knowledging up on the official Policies and Guidelines too
Life in The Fast Lane
- Probably the best Emergency Med and Crit Care blog around with links to questions, case studies, exam resources and frequently updated and super awesome FOAM!
- Collated by Monash Health, Written and clinical resources plus Victorian Practice exams
- Adelaide Group with large number of exam questions
- Another Victorian training site with exam and non exam resources
- From across the ditch
- The genius that isAndy Buck has put together a beautiful website, which is fellowship specific and has a plethora of resources.
- He also runs a bunch of kick-ass courses that deal with Emergency Trauma Management and ED procedures, a must for pre-fellowship OSCE practice
- Up to date in terms of “New Exam” stuff, links to revision notes, mock OSCES,
- Alphabeticalised ACEM exam topics with MCQ’s, notes and some fabulous tips and tricks from Dr Trevor Jackson and Prof Ian Rogers.
- The guys here making a start at designing some OSCE style questions for the new exam format
- Fantastic links to a dropbox stuffed full of MCQ/SAQ/OSCE questions
- Pretty much every link, to every resource you could ever need for fellowship study
- “The world’s largest emergency medicine open-access reference resource”. Type in the topic you are studying and a heap of useful and up to date info is at your fingertips.
Free Resus Resources from ACLS Medical Training
- A site actually advertising American Resus Courses, but with some useful and FREE (yippee) resources too including simulators/MCQs/Knowledge Base Summaries
- Be aware, this an an American Site so algorithms look a little different from what you may have seen – useful all the same
As I review more sites I will continue to add to this list.