The Best #LifeofaMedStudent Tweets of May 2017

The Best #LifeofaMedStudent Tweets of May 2017

All the best of #LifeofaMedStudent in one place! For all the website viewers that don’t have twitter (or aren’t regularly active) this is some of the greatest content shared via @lifeofmedstudnt this past month. Enjoy and look for your own #LifeofaMedStudent tweet to be featured here.

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7 Tips to be Happy in Medical School

From Nurse to Medical Student – Lessons learned from changing careers!

BoardVitals: A review of their QBank

The Best of #DearFutureMD – the inspirational hashtag for physicians-to-be!

Pregnant in Medical school & Residency – My story & lessons learned!


Best Tweets:

Via @MedSchool_Diary – letting us know what the  years of #LifeofaMedStudent look like:

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When your student loan payment schedule is looking like…

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 @StudentMed_Life  takes studying to a new extreme:

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 Dad Jokes, medicine style!

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The REAL reasons to be a doctor from @iluvlina16..

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When your patients know more than you do… via @Duchessen

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We are all thinking it, via @its_clara_t!

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Can we get these in bulk?? Via @jennythedub:

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Classic #LifeofaMedStudent tweet!

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In the my anesthesia world, patients are always worried about the “INCUBATION/INCUBATOR” lung machine (Via @lim_shan)

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Another classic from @studentmed_life

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I actually don’t even know the Kreb’s cycle anymore :-/

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@aDashofMo tallies up all her exams…wow!

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@SarahMclain_ regularly posts incredible “med themed” cookies… give her a follow and check them out!

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Not a #LifeofaMedStudent tweet, but this was my favorite RT of the month! @KittyKatzMD

 



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