Creating Brain Space with Bryan and Aaron from SketchyMedical

SketchyMedical InsideTheBoards Podcast

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Go behind the scenes with Aaron and Bryan from SketchyMedical. In part 1, we do a little learning on a pediatric disease with our Open Osmosis question of the day and discuss Sketchy’s take on the topic (hint: the image above will help you create the space in your brain for everything you need to know about this pediatric disease). In part 2, Bryan and Aaron discuss a little more about how SketchyMedical was founded and what their future plans are to help medical students succeed even more on the USMLE and COMLEX Step 1.

Part One

Part Two


Our Open Osmosis question of the day concerns a pediatric bug that causes (among other things) excessive drooling, inspiratory stridor, and difficulty swallowing.

The Interview

Our guests today are twin brothers, Bryan and Aaron Lemieux from the wildly popular and fun USMLE Step 1 resource SketchyMedical. Sketchy provides complete courses for microbiology (SketchyMicro), pharmacology (SketchyPharm) and…coming soon SketchyPath (see teaser video below). Follow Sketchy on Twitter. 

This Episode’s Freebie(s)

As usual, one lucky listener who leaves a review of the podcast and sends their screenshot to will be entered to win this week’s contest. This week featuring a super-soft, SketchyMedical T-Shirt… Just look how happy you could be if you scored one of these T-shirts (must be the silken-smooth comfort)…

SketchyMedical t-shirt

…Also in this episode

Music for this episode is thanks to Two O’Clock Courage. Listen below and follow Two O’Clock Courage on Twitter.

SketchyPath … Coming March 29th

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Patrick C. Beeman, MD

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