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Australasian Journal of Dermatology ; 63(SUPPL 1):58, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1883176


Aims: Australian medical students have historically had limited dedicated clinical education in dermatology. Recently, the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in additional barriers to face-to-face clinical education. With the increasing usage of social media and web-based resources, Free Online Open Access Medical Education (FOAMeD) has emerged as a popular educational paradigm. The FOAMed movement promotes accessible, collaborative and contemporaneous clinical education, knowledge-sharing and communication in medicine. In this review, we explore the platforms, content and delivery modalities available in dermatology FOAMed for medical students. Methods: MEDLINE, Cochrane Library, Scopus and Social media platforms were searched with the following search terms: ?FOAMed?, ?FOAM? AND/OR ?Dermatology?, ?Skin disease?, ?Dermatological?, ?Dermatology education? AND/OR ?medical education?, ?medical student? to identify potential dermatology FOAMed resources for medical students. Additional FOAMed resources were identified through university and institution student resource lists, word of mouth and ancestry searching of identified FOAMed resources. Dermatology FOAMed resources were categorised according to platform, content media and delivery. Specific examples of dermatology FOAMed are discussed. Results: Dermatology FOAMed platforms identified could be grouped into six categories: social networking, media sharing networks, digital libraries, community blogs, blog comments and forums, and microblogging. Content media could be broadly classified into textual, visual, audio and combination delivery. Delivery of dermatology FOAMed encompassed (use a list/bullet point here): podcasts, videos, vodcasts, digital libraries, educational images, blog articles, memes, infographics, livestreams, host discussions, webinars, reels and games. Specific examples of dermatology FOAMed are discussed including (use another list here) the SpotDiagnosis (podcast), UE Open.Ed (video sharing network), @DocScribbles (Twitter), Sydney University Dermatology Society-SUDS (Facebook community group) and DontForgetTheBubbles (community blog). Conclusions: Dermatology FOAMed for medical students are widely available through multiple modalities. Learner satisfaction and clinical education outcomes are subject to further research.

Neth Heart J ; 28(7-8): 391-395, 2020 Jul.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-641211


The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has led to preventive measures worldwide. With the decline of infection rates, less stringent restrictions for sports and exercise are being implemented. COVID-19 is associated with significant cardiovascular complications; however there are limited data on cardiovascular complications and long-term outcomes in both competitive (elite) athletes and highly active individuals. Based on different categories of disease severity (asymptomatic, regional/systemic symptoms, hospitalisation, myocardial damage, and/or myocarditis), in this point-of-view article we offer the (sports) cardiologist or sports physician in the Netherlands a practical guide to pre-participation screening, and diagnostic and management strategies in all athletes >16 years of age after COVID-19 infection.