Many of you are familiar with the the the “AIR” series from Academic Life in Emergency Medicine.
They’ve introduced a new resource geared toward senior residents called the AIR Pro series.
They’ve just released their first module on several cardiovascular topics such as Sgarbossa criteria, ICDs, and LVADs.
This new series is already approved for asynchronous credit.
If you’d like to expand your study beyond Rosh or Rosen’s, try picking papers from this list of “52 papers in 52 weeks” from the University of Washington EM program.,
I’ve recently started using Docphin on my computer, phone, and tablet to easily browse journals using our VCU access.
You create an account, add your favorite journals, and then can start browsing all of them in one place. Using your VCU login you can generally go straight to the PDF or article site without the hassle of going through PubMed or the other online libraries.
It’s available on the web and for both iOS and Android.