Resources are a medical students best friend, and below are a collection of our favourite resources. These resources have either helped us get through medical school or to get our project up and running!
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|The Humerus Hacks Podcast was started by final year medical students. They help you liven up your studies with mnemonics and banter! Topics covered range from hepatitis all the way to how to survive as a medical student! Check out their podcast directory and their Facebook page.|
|A podcast, a resource centre and an opportunity to explore, learn and navigate the complexity inherit in medicine. An alternative approach, a discussion and sharing of ideas that is both entertaining and informative. Indulge in this awesome resource here and connect with them on Facebook here.|
|MedConversations is a series of medical education podcasts, flashcards, and other resources. It’s designed by physician trainees to illuminate the path to medical enlightenment. Check out their website here and connect with them on Facebook here.|
|EM Basic is made for medical students and emergency medicine interns to review the basics of emergency medicine. Each podcast starts exactly how a patient interaction in the ED starts- with a chief complaint. From there, we’ll go over the important points of the patient’s history and physical exam, the workup, and the basic treatment and disposition of each chief complaint that you will encounter in the ED all in ~30 minute easy to digest audio podcasts. You can check out their website here and their Facebook here.|
|Life In The Fast Lane needs no introduction. Every medical student would have heard of (and used) this amazing resource. While it is very well known for its ECG library and teachings, there is actually a whole heap more which this website can teach you – you just have to search for it.|
|Human BioDigital is essentially a 3D based anatomy atlas. You can view the human body based on systems (e.g. skeletal, muscular, nervous etc.) or by regions (e.g. upper limbs). This is a fantastic resource for pre-clinical students who have anatomy heavy coursework and it also works a treat for visual learners.|
|Passmedicine is a great question bank comprising of almost 4000 questions for your enjoyment! In addition to having MCQs and EMQs as part of the Medical Student Finals, they also have a Knowledge tutor (think pre-made Anki flash cards merged with MCQs). This is a great resource to use if you’re struggling with a particular topics questions and just need a bit of timed repetition to make it stick in your head. Passmedicine is cheaper than the competition which is great for uni students who are on a budget!|
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