How to Study for COMLEX Level 1: A COMLEX Exam Prep Story

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How to Study for COMLEX Level 1 A COMLEX Exam Prep Story

How to Study for COMLEX Level 1 Exams: A COMLEX Exam Prep StoryTips on How to Study for USMLE Step 1, Step 2 and BeyondIf you are reading this, you are somewhere in the process of preparing for your COMLEX Level 1 exam.  Today’s “how to study for COMLEX” exam prep testimony comes from Emily Harlos, DO. She offers some … Read More

How to Study for USMLE Steps: A USMLE Exam Prep Story

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How to Study for USMLE Steps A USMLE Exam Prep Story

How to Study for USMLE Step Exams: A USMLE Prep StoryTips on How to Study for USMLE Step 1, Step 2 and BeyondIf you are reading this, you are somewhere in the process of taking your USMLE Step exams.  Today’s “how I to study for USMLE” exam prep testimony comes from Meri Khachatryan, MD. She offers some personal insights into … Read More

How I Passed the USMLE Step 1 Exam: A USMLE Step 1 Story

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How to Prepare for USMLE Step 1 - USMLE Step 1 Exam Prep Story

How I Passed the USMLE Step 1 Exam: USMLE Step 1 Exam Tips and Study GuidePreparing for USMLE Step 1 exam? Hear USMLE exam tips from a recent USMLE Step 1 exam taker.If you are reading this, you are likely preparing to take the USMLE Step 1 exam, the first United States Medical Licensing Exam!  Today’s “how I prepared for … Read More

USMLE Exam Tips – How I Passed the USMLE Step 3 Exam: An Exam Prep Story

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How to Prepare for USMLE Step 3 - Exam Prep Story

How I Passed the USMLE Step 3 Exam: An Exam Prep StoryPreparing for USMLE Step 3 exam? Hear USMLE exam tips from a recent USMLE Step 3 exam taker.If you are reading this, you are likely preparing to take the USMLE Step 3 exam, the third and final (yes, the END is in sight!) United States Medical Licensing Exam!  Today’s … Read More

UME-GME Review Report from The Coalition for Physician Accountability

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UME-GME Review Report

UME-GME Review ReportThe Coalition for Physician Accountability UME-GME review report looks at the transition from medical school to residency, information standards and physician accountability.The Coalition for Physician Accountability released its 276-page UME-GME review report on August 26th. https://physicianaccountability.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/UGRC-Coalition-Report-FINAL.pdf The document and the committee report focuses on the transition from medical school to residency, information standards and availability.  The discussion stems … Read More

Tips for a Successful Early Clinical Career for Residents, Fellows, and New Board-Certified Clinicians

Paul Griner, MD, MACPClinical Pearls, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Medical News, Medical Schools, Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Programs, Nursing RN/PN, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Medicine, Personal Education, Physician Assistant, Residency Programs, Urgent Care

tips for a successful early clinical career and starting clinical practice

Tips for a Successful Early Clinical Career for Residents, Fellows, and New Board-Certified CliniciansHow to get off to a good start in your clinical practice.Completion of residency or fellowship training is an important step in one’s early clinical career.  Equally important is getting off to a good start in your chosen branch of medicine once you have completed training. Whether … Read More

Rescuing Bedside Medicine

Paul Griner, MD, MACPEmergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Group Education, Internal Medicine, Medical News, Medical Schools, Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Programs, Nursing RN/PN, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Medicine, Physician Assistant, Residency Programs

Bedside Medicine - Rescuing Bedside Medicine

Rescuing Bedside Medicine: The Fundamental Unit of Care Isn’t High TechBedside Medicine is under siege from a glut of new technology and limited patient interaction time.  While medical practice has changed remarkably during the lifetime of most of today’s physicians, the fundamental unit of care has not.  It is bedside medicine, specifically the clinical transaction – the interaction between doctor … Read More

Med-Challenger and PACEMD Partner in Spanish-language USMLE and Emergency Medicine Education Initiative in Latin America

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Spanish-language USMLE and emergency medicine medical education initiative in latin america launched by Med-Challenger and PACEMD

Med-Challenger and PACEMD Partner in Spanish-language USMLE and Emergency Medicine Education Initiative in Latin AmericaThe Memphis-based national education company, Challenger Corporation (www.challengercme.com), announced today an initiative to expand and deepen emergency medicine test preparation and remediation curricula for residents and medical students in Latin America. The program is a joint venture with PACE MD (www.pacemd.org), the Mexico-based education organization founded … Read More

Why Online Courses Fail

David BeardGroup Education, Medical Schools, Nursing Programs, Residency Programs

Why Online Courses FailFrom our Blog Series: Challenges of Online Medical EducationOnline courses fail due to a number of factors.  Online medical education programs are growing rapidly and when online courses fail to produce successful outcomes, it can threaten a program’s reputation and viability.  So why do online courses fail?  In this article, we’ll look at why online courses fail, … Read More

Content Curation and How It Impacts Medical e-Learning Programs

David BeardGroup Education, Medical Schools, Nursing Programs, Residency Programs, Uncategorized Clinical Education

what is content curation and why does it matter in e-learning.

What is Content Curation and How Does It Impact Medical e-Learning?A Blog Series on Expert Online Education Content CurationThe language of online learning is not very precise.  People can’t even agree on what to call it. Is it “e-learning,” “elearning,” or “eLearning”?  There are some 70,000 companies involved in areas of online learning, and, today, they seem to be leaning … Read More