Resources by Category: From Pre-Meds to Residents
Check out these valuable blog posts for premeds, medical students, graduates and international physicians hoping to practice medicine in the United States. We’ve divided them up into categories to help you zoom in on the topics that interest you most.
Tuition Assistance Programs & Resources
8 Loan Forgiveness Programs That Help Wipe Out Med School Debt – Did you rack up an unimaginable amount of debt attending medical school? Well, there are national and federal programs that help wipe out med school debt once and for all.
Doctors Without Debt: Tuition-Free Medical Schools Lead the Cause – Doctors Without Borders has been working toward changing the pattern of doctors starting their new careers in debt. This cause, known as ‘Doctors Without Debt’, may be the answer.
Medical School Scholarships: Fund Your Dreams of Becoming a Doctor – Medical school can be expensive. Many can’t imagine how they’ll afford to achieve their dreams of becoming doctors. Sometimes, scholarships are the key.
Mental Health for Medical Professionals
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy & Its Effects on Medical Professionals – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, also referred to as CBT, is a form of psychotherapy. It’s a short-term technique that goes beyond laying down on a sofa and talking about traumatic childhood memories. But can it help healthcare professionals perform better?
Millennial Residents: Quality Training & the Fear of Physician Burnout – Physician burnout is a very troubling issue in the medical industry. Many of today’s doctors and millennial residents suffer from mental health problems that lead to troubled marriages, depression and suicides. What’s the key?
Pre-Med Resources: Getting into Medical School
Work-Life Balance: Hobbies Matter When Applying to Med School – Many dedicated pre-med students take on the “work now, play later” philosophy. They assume it’s best to pay close attention studies and techniques and pay extra-curricular activities no mind. But the truth is… hobbies are key! Here’s why…
Low GPA? You Can Still Get into Medical School with These 4 Tips – Your GPA (grade point average) is a huge factor for getting accepted into medical school. It’s the biggest way for medical schools to see how well you perform academically. But you can get into med school with a low GPA by following these four valuable tips.
Residency Resources: Life & Death
5 Steps to Prepping for Your New Residency Match – Yaaayyyy… you’ve been matched to a residency! But now, instead of taking a deep breath and enjoying the fruits of your med school labor, you’re worried about your next move. So, now what?
Death of Libby Zion: Changing the Shifts of Healthcare Workers Forever – Heavy workloads given to residents and interns have been proven to affect work and cause medical negligence. What’s the answer for residents and interns? Changes have been made over the years in regards to how many hours interns and residents can work. Many say it’s related to the death of New York patient Libby Zion.
USMLE Resources: Are Mock Exams Reliable?
What Is the USMLE Step 1? Purpose, Benefits & Resources – What is the USMLE Step 1? It’s a computerized exam taken by medical students after completing the second year of medical school. Passing allows you to begin practicing medicine while supervised. What’s the point?
10 Common Reasons YOU Might Fail the USMLE Step 1 – Why do so many students fail the USMLE Step 1? Well, most fail to prepare properly. This exam is extremely important if you want to become a doctor someday. We have 10 tips to help you recognize common test prep mistakes.
What’s the Deal with the USMLE Step 2 CK? – The USMLE Step 2 CK exam comes after taking the USMLE Step 1 exam. You are tested on your ability to apply science knowledge related to patient care. We have tips to help you get a good score!
Get a Jump Start to the USMLE Step 2 CS with Mock Exams – Suwanee – You are now done with Step 1 and Step 2 CK on your USMLEs. You’re moving forward in your journey of becoming a doctor. Now, it’s time for the USMLE Step 2 CS. And we have tips to help you succeed!
Popular USMLE Courses Last Month: Open Enrollment
USMLE Step 2 CK Live Review – Get training and learn how to pass the test by showing your clinical growth and strength. Live review. 4- to 5-day course.
USMLE Step 2 CS Live Review – 5 Day Program – This 5-day CS course is taught by its creators, board-certified medical professionals. It’s designed to help you review what you’ve learned in medical school related to clinical care.
USMLE Step 2 CS Mock Exam – Structured to allow our team of physicians to accurately assess your clinical abilities. They examine your level of competence in 12 full standardized patient encounters (Interview, Physical Exam, Patient Notes).