In this HY podcast, I continue the CLEAN-SP curriculum that focuses solely on the new changes coming to the USMLE this month and next month. I spend time discussing medication and transition of care errors. I closely follow the USMLE content outline put out by the NBME. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I continue the series that focuses on the changes coming to the USMLEs starting next month (May) from the quality and safety side of things. I cover the super HY quality and safety buzzwords and give copious examples. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I begin a series that should be relevant to the USMLE Step 1 and 2CK exams starting next month (May 2020). The USMLE will now begin to have questions on Communication, Legal/Ethical skills, And, Systems Based Practice/Professionalism/Patient Safety (CLEAN-SP). This intro podcast focuses on palliative care with some HY information on communication and advanced care planning. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I discuss a large variety of HY geriatric topics that the USMLE expects you to know (falls, ADLs, depression, pressure ulcers, incontinence, cognition, and others). I strongly recommend getting this and the military podcast (Ep 204) down. Super HY for the more recent exams. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I discuss a host of topics relevant to military servicemen and women that the NBME emphasizes on the respective USMLE exams. I strongly encourage you to listen to the podcast (or watch the video on the youtube channel, pls subscribe!). There are attached slides detailing the topics I discuss.
In this episode, I review the HY biases that tend to show up on all the USMLE exams (Step 1, 2CK, and 3). This is definitely something that lends itself to a few questions so definitely make sure you get this down cold. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I use a large # of questions (hopefully thoughtful ones) to discuss the vast majority of biostats concepts tested on all the USMLE exams (and also the ABIM/Medicine ITE). I emphasize understanding the concepts as against mindlessly memorizing formulas. If you want to become very good at biostats with little or no use of 2 by 2 tables, this is the podcast for you. This podcast should help you understand things enough to reason things out and do very minimal math quickly and efficiently on these exams. THERE ARE ATTACHED SLIDES BELOW! Follow and annotate them as you study.
In this episode, I discuss a lot of weird but HY commonly tested social science concepts from the USMLE exams written by the NBME. This podcast is specifically designed to help with those bizarro questions that test non-classical concepts not commonly discussed/covered in most study materials. In this podcast I discuss issues related to palliative/end of life/hospice/pain control care, diagnostic errors/biases, patient safety/QI, professionalism, standardized medical practices (like patient hand offs), ethical conundrums, HIPAA, advanced directives, substance abuse, quick run through of HY vaccines/screening guidelines, and a few more important concepts. You should absolutely listen to this before taking any of the USMLE exams (especially 2CK or 3). Super easy points if you know them. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I discuss HY principles relating to the ethics questions that classically show up on the USMLE Step 1, 2CK, and Step 3 exams. This is probably one of those podcasts you’d want to get through in the few days leading up to your test. Free points if you know the concepts discussed. I try to explain classically tested ethics principles with permutations as to how they may present along with specifics on what to do in each circumstance. There are no attached slides.
In this episode, I discuss a large majority of the most important risk factors for commonly tested NBME diseases (including OBGYN). I also discuss high yield screening guidelines and “most common causes of death”. Easy points if you know this stuff on test day. Relevant for Step 1-3 and the M3 Shelf exams. No slides attached as all relevant information is in the podcast.