Medical student

The Best Books for Basic Science in Medical School

Much like our other post The Best Books for Your Clinical Rotations, this will highlight the some of the best books by subject for your basic science years.   Anatomy: Netter’s Atlas of Human Anatomy – […]

Guest Posts

7 Tips to be Happy in Medical School

7 Tips on how to be Happy in Medical School A guest post by Marcus Clarke BSc, MSc Medical school. There are no two words in the English language that strike as much fear in […]

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Wednesdays around the Web

Wednesday Around the Web: 5/24/17

Welcome to “Wednesday around the Web.” Each week we’ll feature the best #LifeofaMedStudent Tweet of the Week and I’ll share a few of the latest or greatest news articles, blogs, or research topics that I think […]

Medical student

BoardVitals: A review of their QBank

Medical board prep, both for medical students with the USMLE series and physicians gearing up for licensing exams, has come a long way in the past few years. During my pre-medical years, Kaplan was about […]

Experiences in Medicine

The Light at the End of the Tunnel

The Light at the End of the Tunnel Medical training is long, and at times very dark – for the end is seemingly forever away. But, my time as a student of formal medical education, is […]

Wednesdays around the Web

Wednesday Around the Web: 4/19/17

Welcome to “Wednesday around the Web.” Each week we’ll feature the best #LifeofaMedStudent Tweet of the Week and I’ll share a few of the latest or greatest news articles, blogs, or research topics that I think […]

Medical student

How to Land the Residency You want

How to Land The Residency You Want Disclaimer: This is sponsor post from BoardVitals and is an excerpt from their free ebook A Complete Guide to Medical Residency. This free resource is designed to help medical students […]

Wednesdays around the Web

Wednesday Around the Web: 3/29/17

Welcome to “Wednesday around the Web.” Each week we’ll feature the best #LifeofaMedStudent Tweet of the Week and I’ll share a few of the latest or greatest news articles, blogs, or research topics that I think […]

Guest Posts

Beyond the H&P

“Beyond the H&P” A Guest post by Jessica Morgan   It’s 4:00 pm on a Thursday: time to present at teaching attending rounds. I have prepared my presentation and know about the patient’s pathology, but […]