Because there’s more to the Internet than UpToDate…
- E(B)M: an emergency medicine residency blog that has great cases and great learning
- This is more than just a blog: Life in the Fast Lane is a well-curated, thoughtful website with hundreds of case examples and real-life ECGs for practicing interpretation
- Wiki Journal Club provides excellent, concise summaries of major papers
- 2-Minute Medicine is a shortlist of the latest breakthroughs in medicine, and subscribing to their daily email gives you something fun to wake up to (if you’re weird like me)
- Learn the heart sounds well with Blaufuss and this surprisingly helpful YouTube video.
- ECG Wave Maven has tons of tutorials and real-life examples of EKGs
- This is a great overview of bradyarrhythmias and conduction blocks
- The AJKD keeps a list of blogs about all things renal, including some patient perspective blogs. The Renal Fellows Network in particular has great articles.
- The ASN has a dialysis curriculum of online lectures about how dialysis works, complications, and how to manage dialysis patients. It’s aimed at medical students, but is helpful to all.
- Shotgun Histology is useful because a real-time instructor describes what he sees directly to you. It’s like having a multi-headed scope on Youtube.
- Blue Histology is an amazing resource for practice questions and references for med school histology.
- Also check out this resource from Boston University, for all of you who mix up sections of esophagus and vagina–Common Confusions in Histology…and how to avoid them!
- Utah Med Library pathology website is a godsend. USE IT NOW because it’s probably better than your lecture notes.