Access to this site is free and we aim to keep it that way. Welcome to FOAM: Free Open Access Meducation (#FOAMed)

There aren't many FOAM sites dedicated to the basics like us, but that is likely to change.

Most FOAM resources are made by clinicians (particularly those in acute medicine) and are aimed at later year medical students and recent graduates.
Don't be put off! Many are useful for the earlier years of medicine and other, related courses.

If your favourite FOAM site isn't here, let us know and we'll add it!

The home of FOAM is the Life in the Fast Lane blog. There's a lot there, so take the time to explore it.

Another great FOAM resource is UK-based St Emlyn's. It's a blog of cases and the latest in evidence-based medicine.

Anatomy Zone is a #FOAMED site dedicated to anatomy with tutorials and quizes.

Radiology Masterclass has excellent tutorials and comprehensive set of images and notes.

Now sponsored by the Royal College of Physicians (!), this continuously-evolving Wiki is a bottomless pit of goodies!

OSCE aid is just the thing for preparing for those dreaded exams! Tips and notes for students and junior doctors.

University College London's Medical School have started running an interactive, case-based general medical #FOAMed site.
You can follow the action on Twitter (@quclms #quclms) or catch up afterwards.

Dr Smith's ECG Blog has loads of interesting ECG cases.

EMS 12-Lead is another great site packed full of ECG cases.

Dr Heather Wetherall's Keeping ECGs Simple is also cased-based with excellent notes for ECG interpretation. Heather runs #ECGclass on Twitter.