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  • #153765
    sfwebsfweb
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    Thanks mlissa all are very useful links which you post.

    [quote=mlissa]I’m a HUGE fan of medicalmnemonic.com, could I have passed anatomy without it? I doubt it. Also really liked the umich website.

    Also, for laying in bed and watching the anatomy dissections on my laptop…
    http://www.anatomy.wisc.edu/courses/gross/

    Good ole standby: netanatomy.com

    Hilarious cartoons on the joys of being a med student: http://www.theunderweardrawer.homestead.com/scutmonkey.html

    Animation and tutorials: (taught this independent study student electron transport, check out the mitochondrion one and the krebs cycle one)

    http://www.brookscole.com/chemistry_d/templates/student_resources/shared_resourc es/animations/

    Histo Sites:

    http://www.lab.anhb.uwa.edu.au/mb140/
    http://www.siumed.edu/~dking2/index.htm
    http://www.med.uiuc.edu/histo/small/atlas/index.htm
    http://www.meddean.luc.edu/lumen/MedEd/Histo/frames/histo_frames.html
    http://www.kumc.edu/instruction/medicine/anatomy/histoweb/index.htm
    http://www.path.uiowa.edu/virtualslidebox/

    Those are what I have so far!!! [/quote]

    #135818
    Michael RawlinsMichael Rawlins
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    wow.. a lot of resource links that can help a medical student like me.. Thanks a lot…

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    Michael RawlinsMichael Rawlins
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    wow.. a lot of resource links that can help a medical student like me.. Thanks a lot…

    #143856
    NanonNanon
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    This guy. This REALLY helped me commit stuff to LT memory. I love this guy.

    http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCesNt4_Z-Pm41RzpAClfVcg

    #167482
    NanonNanon
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    This guy. This REALLY helped me commit stuff to LT memory. I love this guy.

    http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCesNt4_Z-Pm41RzpAClfVcg

    #145498
    pshah2030pshah2030
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    Tips for the Residency Match is a very good resource for exposure to the different specialties and information about the Match. It is written by PDs from Harvard, Yale, Hopkins, Duke, Columbia, UCSD, and many more. Residents and PDs write about lifestyle in each field and call.

    #168731
    pshah2030pshah2030
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    Tips for the Residency Match is a very good resource for exposure to the different specialties and information about the Match. It is written by PDs from Harvard, Yale, Hopkins, Duke, Columbia, UCSD, and many more. Residents and PDs write about lifestyle in each field and call.

    #146214
    N_SeaN_Sea
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    I have been using this amazing medical app, Figure 1, which is free and provides thousands of real-world medical cases. It’s a great resource for studying for exams and discussing classic/rare medical cases with a global community of experienced healthcare professionals. http://download.figure1.com/winter2016?s=NorthSea

    #169283
    N_SeaN_Sea
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    I have been using this amazing medical app, Figure 1, which is free and provides thousands of real-world medical cases. It’s a great resource for studying for exams and discussing classic/rare medical cases with a global community of experienced healthcare professionals. http://download.figure1.com/winter2016?s=NorthSea

    #146864
    DamianWizaDamianWiza
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    The medical world holds a wealth of different careers from the obvious nurse and doctor careers to administrative careers. My sister wanted to work in this area, but she wasn’t sure precisely what she wanted to do. She discovered the site in the resource box below, it has lots of guidance, and it helped her to decide what she wanted to do. They have assistance with other jobs too.

    #169678
    DamianWizaDamianWiza
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    The medical world holds a wealth of different careers from the obvious nurse and doctor careers to administrative careers. My sister wanted to work in this area, but she wasn’t sure precisely what she wanted to do. She discovered the site in the resource box below, it has lots of guidance, and it helped her to decide what she wanted to do. They have assistance with other jobs too.

    #147246
    TEBAcademyTEBAcademy
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    You can study all you want BUT if the goal is to get into a residency close to family friends and a good support network, getting help from a reliable and trusted source helps. TEB Academy helps students navigating the admissions process for medical residency and they make the impossible happen, even with loss USMLE scores or red flags.

    #169928
    TEBAcademyTEBAcademy
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    You can study all you want BUT if the goal is to get into a residency close to family friends and a good support network, getting help from a reliable and trusted source helps. TEB Academy helps students navigating the admissions process for medical residency and they make the impossible happen, even with loss USMLE scores or red flags.

    #147382
    Shane LowneyShane Lowney
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    Thanks, for sharing this with us. Mom MD is the best place for finding medical education information and study material. Good Job!!

    #170020
    Shane LowneyShane Lowney
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    Thanks, for sharing this with us. Mom MD is the best place for finding medical education information and study material. Good Job!!

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