I created this awesome space to share valuable resources that have helped successfully drive my academic journey in medical school. I will continue to add new and helpful resources.
Check out my toolbox resources for foundational science content, including: Biochemistry, Microbiology, Anatomy, Physiology, Histology, Embryology, the fun stuff! Feel free to leave a comment with questions, suggestions, or simply to share some love. 🙂
- Virtual learning
- Review tools
- BRS Series
- Rapid Review Series
- USMLE Step 1
- Netter’s Cards
- Motivation, keep your head in the game.
Make your thoughts work FOR you, not against you.
Do not watch the clock. Do what it does. Keep going.
- Humor, because laughter is the best medicine!
- “The Gunner Song” by Harvard Medical School
- Many more on YouTube when you need a humor-filled break!
Remember to have fun! Learning in medical school is a marathon, not a sprint. Medical school is a transformative experience, step by step. A lot of important topics will reappear in multiple classes.
Don’t get lost in the details. Be able to zoom out to the macro perspective so you can capture why it matters for future clinical reasoning or clinical practice. The bird’s eye view is a key perspective when studying medicine!
Before diving into studying how others around you study, take the time to learn how you learn. This is empowering. If you know how you learn knowledge, you can learn ANYTHING!