Resources for General Emergency Blogs

Lifeinthefastlane  Needs no introduction. The LITFL is a medical blog and website dedicated to providing free online emergency medicine and critical care insights and education for everyone, everywhere at anytime. The LITFL team is headed by Mike Cadogan and Chris Nickson, and consists (mostly) of emergency physicians and intensivists based in Australia and New Zealand.
St. Emlyn’s  The Virtual Hospital led by Professor Simon Carley and a dedicated group of blogging clinicians has a broad scope of material delivered in a very digestible way, with the aim of improving emergency care through free and open access education.
ALiEM  Academic Life in Emergency Medicine, is an engaging, emergency packed blog that aims to disrupt how emergency clinicians can gain public access to high-quality, educational content while also engaging in a dialogue about best-practices in emergency care.
EMRAP  Emergency Medicine Reviews and Perspectives, is a monthly audio series with over 20,000 subscribers every month and is the #1 audio program in emergency medicine.  EM:RAP features a world-class faculty from around the globe, presenting a range of EM topics in a tightly edited audio format.
Emergency Medicine Ireland  A fresh and amusing approach to evidence-based emergency medicine, that aims to foster education, reflection, enthusiasm and conversation – all with touch of good humour.
Medinuggets  MediNuggets caters for those working in emergency and critical care with short attention spans and shorter memories.  The aim of MediNuggests is to add to the growing body of Free Online Medical Education (#FOAM) in the field of emergency and critical care by sharing interesting cases, educational ‘nuggets’, links and re-blogging some of the masters in the field.
Emergency Medicine Updates  An enormous body of work and a lot of it very, very good with a mixture of blog style comments and paper reviews with some material on skills, easy viewing. There is some trolling required but it’s worth it.
empem Webucation  Broad range of emergency and critical care topics discussed in depth with audiocasts.
Smart EM  Smart it is EM:Rap style discussions, witty and very detailed.