The new USMLE exams have a strong disposition towards describing findings instead of giving you buzzwords. In this extremely HY podcast, I discuss about 80 pathologies and their classic CSF findings/brain imaging NBME descriptors. There are no attached slides but there’s easily lots of Qs to be gotten right from this podcast.
In this podcast, I discuss a new iteration of the 20 hr course for the month of June (6/18-19). For individuals with scheduling conflicts that make attending the 4 day 20 hr course difficult, I will be offering the same course in June over 2 days (10 hrs each day) on a Friday/Saturday (to better accommodate individual schedules). Daily times will be from 6-10 am, 12-4 pm, and 6-8 pm (all PST which is 3 hrs behind EST).
The accompanying NBME test taking strategies course will take place from 3-5.30pm PST on 6/17 which is the day before the comprehensive 20 hr course begins.
Email me via the website for more details.
This podcast discusses the comprehensive 20 hr Step 2CK/3 course taking place from 5/26-29 (11am-4pm PST) and the 2.5 hr NBME Test Taking Strategies Class taking place on 5/25 from 2-4.30 pm PST. Many have taken this course and found it to be extremely helpful with their studying and exam scores. Shoot me an email through the website for registration/cost information.
Your friends at the NBME love their knee pathologies/exam maneuvers: drawer signs, pes anserine bursitis, baker cysts, meniscal tears, etc etc. If you’ve ever struggled with this topic, this short podcast is what you’re looking for. A strong suggestion is to listen to this before your exam as you’ll likely get a few Qs right easily from this podcast. There are no attached slides.
In this podcast, I discuss all you essentially need to know about breast cancer for the USMLE exams. Listen to this and you’ll very likely get all your breast cancer questions right. There are no attached slides.
In this extremely HY podcast, I discuss cortisol deficiency and excess as they are classically tested on the USMLE exams. This podcast will give you lots of correct answers on every USMLE exam you take (Step 1-3). There are no attached slides.
In this HY episode, I review a host of important vignettes and confusing scenarios that people often screw up on Step 2CK/3. I explain pathophysiology so the material is easier to understand. Feel free to email me through the website for the 2CK/3 course starting next week.
In this super HY rapid review, I discuss a host of troublesome topics and show you the many permutations your friends at the NBME use to flesh out your understanding. Focus on learning the reasoning behind these presentations and the subtle variations in why one diagnosis/answer is more correct than the other. There are no attached slides. I also discuss a life lesson at the end.
In this ultra HY episode, I review a ton of HY clinical presentations and exam contexts for the upper extremities on NBME exams. I utilize a question/answer format to buttress key points while being disciplined about avoiding fluff. There are no attached slides.
Quick correction from episode 304. The US drives on the RIGHT so individuals will be hit on the left side of their bodies.