Clerkships

Dear Medical Student: Letter to a Third Year

It can be nerve-wracking on the wards, especially when you’re just starting rotations. But, despite ...

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Take a Dose of AMBOSS for the Medicine Shelf Exam

  The NBME Medicine Shelf is a sprawling exam. It covers a wide range of diagnoses and conditions ...

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The Pediatrics Shelf: Anything But Child’s Play

  No other shelf exam will have you questioning what’s normal like Pediatrics. While the Pediatrics ...

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Stay a Cut Above the Rest on the Surgery Shelf

The surgery clerkship often feels more like a lifestyle than a course of study. With its demanding ...

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Honor Thy Shelf With These Surgery Rotation Tips

Ready for your Surgery Shelf? While the focus this time will be more on how to quickly discern ...

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Don't Let Neurology Test Your Last Nerve

Long and complicated stems, obscure terminology, and only 165 minutes to answer 110 multiple choice ...

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Broken Heart Syndrome: A Different Kind of Heart Attack

Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, named after a Japanese octopus trap, primarily affects elderly women. The ...

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A Day In The Life Of A Med Student: Nephrology Rotation (MS4)

 6:00 AM Shower, coffee, smoothie - gotta run.  6:35 AM Took the bus to downtown Chicago and ...

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Top 5 Reasons For Holiday ER Visits

So, you’ve just started your clinical rotations, with a major holiday coming up. Imagine this ...

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Talking To Your Patients About Breast Cancer Diagnoses

As many of you know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign ...

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It’s A No-Brainer: Study For Your Neurology Shelf With AMBOSS

 Don’t let Neurology test your last nerve. AMBOSS has launched a Qbank and study plan optimized for ...

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