External websites

Australasian website produced by physicians and AHPs.  Contains sections on clinical conditions, ECGs, ultrasound and self-assessment questions relevant to intensivists.

A compendium of appraised landmark papers in critical care from a team predominately based in the UK.  Contains previous exam questions and answers, and a library of core topics in CCM.

Australasian resource aimed at the CICM part 2 exam, with a slant towards physiology.

Australasian website producing podcasts, blogs and exam resources for anaesthesia, ICM and emergency medicine.

From Nepean Hospital in NZ, a website contains areas on critical care education with videocasts on a variety of topics including POCUS

Neurocritical care resources, education and protocols from the team at Salford Royal Hospital. 

The Royal College of Emergency Medicine’s (RCEM) elearning platform.   Whilst some of the content requires RCEM membership to log in (Exam and CPD sections), the remainder is open access and comprises an e-textbook, hundreds of interactive sessions, podcasts, and blogs.

American website created by ED Intensivists.  It features evidence-based information from the fields of critical care, resuscitation, and trauma.  Every two weeks they post a full 20-minute podcast and in between, the site gets filled with blogposts, links, and EMCrit Wees (minature podcasts).  They also have an “internet book of critical care”.

Information on courses, webinars and an e-learning programme (formally the PACT programme).  Requires membership to access.

Created in Australia and hosts modules, data-interpretation sections and vodcast education sessions.  There are also exam preparation resources, podcast interviews with experts in the field, journal club, and a blog.  $236 AUD per year to join.

American website that regularly updates on relevant trials in ICM and distils them into readable summaries.  Also includes quizzes, reviews on core topics, and links to key guidelines.

From Northampton, a website containing a huge amount of information including drug formularies, medical calculators and guidelines to use in every day practice.  Also contains exam resources including infographics and podcasts.

Standard operating procedures and guidelines that, whilst specific to Portsmouth, also provide some great bite size revision material.