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You will find directions on moving the clock forward in time and the specific sequence in which each test or treatment should be done in managing a patient. This will cover the order in which to give treatments, order tests and how to respond to test results. If you have never seen a particular case, this book is especially for you. This book will prepare you for multiple-choice questions which comprise the majority of the exam as well as the computerized clinical case simulations and the new basic science foundations that have just been added to the exam. Most of you are in residency and have no time to study. Here is how to best use this book: First read about the disease or subspecialty in any standard text book.
Pocket Medicine — This is a small book full of quick facts that is primarily used as a reference text on the wards.
I honestly barely used it to study for the Shelf Exam, but it can be helpful while on the wards!
UT Health Science Center Internal Medicine Clerkship Review — This two-hour review lecture, given by Emma Holiday at some point in the past, serves as an all-encompassing summary of the information that you should have learned while on the Internal Medicine rotation. I watched it about a day or so before my exam and I found it pretty helpful in further synthesizing what I had already learned.
I also ended up learning a few new things while watching this lecture!
Case Files — I started using this book on this rotation and I fell in love with it! Its case-style format really meshed with my style of studying and it really helped me understand important concepts. I recommend trying it out at least once to see if it works for you!
Online Med-Ed — This resource has quickly become a staple in my studies. High-yield videos, efficient presentations, and most important of all, free of cost. What more could you ask for? Like I stated previously, I was able to get through all of the Pediatrics questions and it definitely helped me in synthesizing important topics in this field of study.
UT Health Science Center Pediatrics Clerkship Review — This two-hour review lecture, given by Emma Holiday at some point in the past, serves as an all-encompassing summary of the information that you should have learned while on the Pediatrics rotation.
I was able to get through all of the Psychiatry questions and it definitely helped me in synthesizing important concepts in this field of study. UT Health Science Center Psychiatry Clerkship Review — This two-hour review lecture, given by Emma Holiday at some point in the past, serves as an all-encompassing summary of the information that you should have learned while on the Psychiatry rotation.
Neurology American Academy of Neurology Practice Questions — This question bank was provided to my class by our clerkship director early on into our rotation. Made up of questions, it hit on numerous topics that we had to know for both the wards and the Shelf exam. The explanations were very insightful too, and the information I learned from these questions ended up helping me out quite a bit during the rotation as well as on the Shelf exam!
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It also covers searching for evidence and guidelines and how to access electronic journals. Everything you should need to get you started. Literature Searching If you need to access primary research, our literature searching course may be the answer.
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Still University Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Class of OnlineMedEd is one of the most useful and reliable sources of information throughout my physician assistant education. Dustyn has a wonderful and thorough way of approaching medicine that hits so many of the right educational notes needed to appeal to the many learning styles out there.
Visual learners I've spoken to can recreate his diagrams in their mind. Aural learners have easily clung to the succinct and measured ways he speaks. Those with a penchant for using their hands have drawn out their own thought process, sometimes inspired by the notes and whiteboard work done in the videos. I recommend OnlineMedEd without hesitation. It makes learning and looking for specific information easier for review and on wards.
The length of the videos are perfect for my daily schedule, but also because I can binge watch and get ahead if I have time to.
Williams almost always presents the information with a heavy emphasis on clinical reasoning. As a result, the didactic knowledge within the lesson is much easier to learn, practice and retain because the relevance of that information to the patient problem is obvious from the beginning.
Although I am challenged by the clinical medicine, I never feel lost or disinterested with Dustyn's lessons like I have been with many too many lessons and reading assignments in my program.