If you flip through any current medical journal, there is bound to be something written about physician burnout. But burnout isn’t limited to physicians; residents, attendings, and even medical students suffer from physical and mental exhaustion. I heard it as early as my third year of medical school […]
The sub-internship (sub-I) is a 3-4 week period during which final-year medical students work as unpaid interns, often with a much lighter patient load but with all the responsibilities and tasks of an intern.
Would you like to join us as we work to build a healthier world through accessible, sustainable medical education? As a USMLE-Rx student ambassador, you can help your friends and classmates succeed in school and prepare for the boards with the only digital learning suite fully integrated with […]
As a part of Medscape’s Best Practices series, First Aid senior editor, Dr. Tao Le, sat down with Neil Bhavsar to discuss recommendations on how to use USMLE-Rx when preparing for the USMLE Step 1. On when to begin using USMLE-Rx “USMLE-Rx works best if you use it longitudinally […]
By Mark Ard [Editor’s note: This article was originally published in 2014 and has been updated to incorporate procedural changes and fee increases.] Every year, students schedule their USMLE Step 1 exam in high (anxiety-ridden) hopes that they will be able to coalesce and synthesize two years […]
By Richard A. Giovane It is Sunday night, one week exactly before I will graduate residency. This entire feeling of being “done” has mixed emotions. I am free to practice medicine how I want. Gone are the days of checking out patients to attendings or doing rounds with […]
A study strategy designed to help medical students store more knowledge in their long-term memory when preparing for USMLE Step 1.
USMLE-Rx is very proud to announce the fourth grand prize winner of the Rx Challenge! Thousands of med students from around the world have entered to see why the questions from Step 1 Qmax are rated so highly when it comes to preparing for the USMLE Step 1 exam. During the Rx […]
Strategies for Using Rx Bricks with Rx360 Med students and IMGs often ask about the best way to use the tools offered by USMLE-Rx, and the answer is typically, “It depends.” Since every student starts from a different place (different strengths and weaknesses, different knowledge gaps, and different […]
ScholarRx is once again proud to be sponsoring and participating in several events at the upcoming IAMSE Annual Conference, June 8-11, at the Hotel Roanoke in Roanoke, Virginia. ScholarRx is a leading provider of medical education and assessment solutions and recently launched a low cost, modular global medical […]