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Pharmacology LANGE Flash Cards is an app for preparing for the USMLE, written by medical students at Yale University.
The app for the First Aid for the USMLE review book series is a good option for those who like to have electronic versions of textbooks.
The Microbiology Flashcards for USMLE app uses mini flashcards and gamification techniques that can be used by students to quickly study key words related to organisms and to quiz themselves after.
USMLEWorld Qbank Mobile App is an excellent addition for anyone who uses USMLEWorld. The interface is easier to use as compared to the desktop version. For long sessions, have a power cord on hand or use WiFi to save on battery life.
This is an app review for Pretest Medicine, written by a third-year medical student who recently completed the internal medicine rotation. This app is available for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
App review for Pretest Psychiatry, written by a third-year medical student. This app is available for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
By: Tom Lewis, MS 2 Traditionally, medical education has been essentially an apprenticeship, with trainees largely learning by doing. More and more however, medical programs are utilizing simulation environments to teach students in safe environments. For the physical exam, that is the OSCE – objective structured clinical exam. Intended to teach students exam skills in […]