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Match Smarter in Internal Medicine

Share The ITB Podcast on Social Media As part of our Match Smarter series sponsored by Doximity’s Residency Navigator, Sammy Zakaria, associate program director for the Johns Hopkins Bayview IM residency, discusses his specialty. We also dissect some Open Osmosis internal medicine practice questions. Our questions for today come from the Osmosis question bank and focus on some high yield …

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Match Smarter in Neurology

Share The ITB Podcast on Social Media As part of our Match Smarter series sponsored by Doximity’s Residency Navigator, Steven Gangloff, a neurology resident at the University of Pittsburgh discusses his specialty. We also dissect some Open Osmosis neurology practice questions related to headache. Our questions for today come from the Osmosis question bank and focus on a super high …

Top Youtube Channels for Med School

Share This Post Khan Academy’s YouTube channel is a must see for meded contnet. Started by Sal Khan, the channel boasts high-quality, masterfully taught lessons on subjects that are relevant throughout medical school. Their cardiology videos are some of the best you’ll find online. Videos are generally short, sweet, and to the point, usually no more than 5-12 minutes but well-illustrated to drive home …

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Top Instagram Accounts Every Med Student Should Follow

Share this Post A photo posted by InsideTheBoards (@insidetheboards) on Oct 10, 2016 at 12:53pm PDT A photo posted by Katy Hanson (@insta_anatomy) on Oct 29, 2015 at 9:38am PDT   This account posts Katy Hanson’s own original drawings and study materials, and a lot of her illustrations are great pictorial representations of some pretty complicated material. Very useful for …

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Dustyn Williams from OnlineMedEd on Learning Medicine

Share The ITB Podcast on Social Media Dustyn Williams, MD, cat fancier & lead educator at OnlineMedEd, dissects some questions for your internal medicine learning pleasure & discusses how OnlineMedEd is revolutionizing medical education. Learn how to break down questions for your IM shelf or USMLE/COMLEX exam, find out why OnlineMedEd gives away their best content for free. Plus, find …

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ITB Principles For The USMLE, COMLEX, And Shelf Exams: Follow The Pathophysiology Part 2

  ITB Principles For The USMLE, COMLEX, And Shelf Exams: Follow The Pathophysiology Part 2 Here’s part 2 of the question dissection promised in my article “How to Use a Pea Plant to Increase your USMLE, COMLEX and Shelf Exam Scores” over at SDN. See part 1 here. To return to the question in its entirety. A newborn infant is examined …

ITB Principles for the USMLE, COMLEX, and Shelf Exams: Follow the Pathophysiology Part 1

ITB Principles for the USMLE, COMLEX, and Shelf Exams: Follow the Pathophysiology Part 1     In my article “How to Use a Pea Plant to Increase your USMLE, COMLEX and Shelf Exam Scores” over at SDN, I promised to post a companion piece dissecting the question mentioned in the body of that article. So here is part one (look for …