Creation and Evaluation of an Anesthesiology and Critical Care Podcast.

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Summary of "Creation and Evaluation of an Anesthesiology and Critical Care Podcast."

Podcasts have become an integral part of Free Open Access Medical education. After only 1 year since launching the Anesthesia and Critical Care Reviews and Commentary (ACCRAC) podcast, more than 7000 people were listening to unique content monthly. The study goal was to capture the listeners' views of their use of educational podcasts in general and of the ACCRAC podcast in particular.


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Name: The journal of education in perioperative medicine : JEPM
ISSN: 2333-0406
Pages: E620


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