I created PulmCCM Central in August 2011 as a solution to these related problems of information overload and “journal fragmentation.” Its mission is simple: make your life easier by helping you stay sharp and up-to-date in pulmonary & critical care in the most efficient way. There are two main areas to the site:
The “Everything Good” literature review brings all the best new published information from more than 30 journals into one convenient place, where we can all see, share, and discuss it. With a glance, you can get a feel for what’s happening — and what you’ve been missing.
The “Real-World Boards“ offer a growing library of free pulmonary board review and critical care board review questions: simulated situational learning that’s proven to bemore effective than just reading.
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