Here is the list of the entire students and their groups for the practical and clinical sessions, in PDF:
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So, the good news is; summer is over. I nearly got an MDD from all the sleep. The bad news is; school is back with the whole package (studying, quizzes, exams, lousy teachers and so on). This year we have prepared the entire third year lectures (both theoretical and clinical) for you to download. To do that you can go to mediafire.com/shanyarmd. For those of you who don’t know, we have seven classes this year. They are: Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Medicine, Parasitology, Community Medicine and Surgery. Their units are divided as follows:
Moreover, here is the index of the year’s lectures (PDF):
In case of any broken links, problems, questions or suggestions just leave a comment below or use the contact page to send me an email.
Physical Exam Essentials is your source for a quick overview of the patient physical exam. This is the ‘must-have’ reference app for anyone studying, practicing or interested in medicine. Never forget important exam techniques again.
Maybe you’re in medical school with exams coming up. After gallons of coffee and many sleepless nights spent pouring over notes and textbooks, you still wonder if you’re going to make it.
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HMS professor of neurobiology Margaret Livingstone uses art to understand how we perceive and process visual stimuli, and HMS professor of pediatrics Charles Nelson employs noninvasive techniques to measure the brain activity of children while they look at faces. Plus, you’re more microbe than mammal—at least according to your latest cell count. Plus, you’re more microbe than mammal—at least according to your latest cell count. For supplemental information, listen to an extended interview (MP3) with Margaret Livingstone as well as an extended interview (MP3) with Charles Nelson.
“Medical Microbiology Pronunciations” is a simple application that will play back audio of the correct pronunciations of virtually all of the medically important microbes.
Anyone who has taken a microbiology course can tell you how challenging it can be to pronounce the names of those wacky bugs! Now you will have instant access to the proper pronunciations of all of the medically important bacteria, fungi, and parasites. Stop butchering the names of these important organisms and download this application today!