By Walter Wiggins In my last post (“Preparing for the Boards”), we discussed several things you can and should be doing right now to get yourself ready for Step 1. Now that Step 1 is on your mind, you may have a number in mind for your ideal […]
By Walter Wiggins “Relax.” That’s the first word in Section I of First Aid for the USMLE Step 1, an often neglected but very helpful section that gives and overview of the things you need to know to prepare for the big day. As I’m writing this post, […]
By Lisa Mitchell COMLEX or COMLEX + USMLE? This question is often not treated as a simple matter of weighing pros and cons. Instead, it becomes a politically charged decision that has implications for loyalty to one’s profession and commitment to osteopathic principles. This kind of baggage is […]
By Lisa Mitchell Most of the pocket space in my short white coat is already spoken for, so whenever an attending recommends that I acquire another book or guide, I always check first to see if it is available as an iPhone application. The Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial […]
By Ravish Amin Need an app for the wards? Look no further. The Procedures Consult App for iPad and iPhone may be just what the doctor ordered.
By Ravish Amin Remember the game of Operation? Well, games aren’t just for preschoolers. You too can learn and have fun at the same time with the Your Diagnosis app.
By Ravish Amin Don’t lose your files! Digital learning has one disadvantage. Device crashes and data loss! But, there is a solution!
By Ravish Amin Can an app help you develop your knowledge of surgical radiology?
By Ravish Amin Wouldn’t studying the brain be easier if you had a 3D image at your fingertips?
By Ravish Amin Reviewing articles from journals is an important tool to use to make sure your medical knowledge is up to date.