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What to do Two Weeks Before the USMLE Step 1 and That’s What I Call High Yield: Biochemistry | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

What to do Two Weeks Before the USMLE Step 1 and That’s What I Call High Yield: Biochemistry | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

June 2, 2019

InsideTheBoards Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors) 

Another feature in our Audio Blog series where we take posts from The MedSchoolTutors Blog (the very best blog for medical school) and record them for on-the-go learning. We're focusing on articles that cover question breakdowns, examination and study advice, and those related to mental wellbeing and wellness during medical school. 

Today's episode features two articles 

1. Improving Your Score During the Final 2 Weeks of Your USMLE Preparation

2. Now That's What I Call High Yield Biochemistry

Physiology by Physeo (An InsideTheBoards Podcast)

We've launched a new podcast. It's focused on high-yield, physiology for first and second year medical students, especially those studying for their USMLE Step 1 or COMLEX Level 1 Exam. It's called Physiology by Physeo (An InsideTheBoards Podcast) hosted by our own Greg Rodden. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts so you know when the new episodes drop. You can also listen to Physiology by Physeo on Podbean and Spotify.  Subscribe to it now! 

The Medical Mnemonist (an InsideTheBoards Podcast)

Check out another InsideTheBoards original podcast on Apple Podcasts or, for cross platform, on Podbean. This one is focused on accelerated learning techniques and study hacks. 

InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast 

Check out the ITB Study Smarter Series Podcast channel. Go to bit.ly/ITBpodcasts or just click here to check it out on iTunes. 

ITB Audio Qbank and iOS Beta App

The ITB iOS app is here. It includes all of our podcasts (with exclusive and expanded content), early access to podcasts we'll be releasing in the future, some meditations designed specifically for medical students and intended for use during your dedicated USMLE prep time (gotta keep those stress levels down, right?), plus the beta version of our all audio qbank. There's a sample of high yield audio questions for each version, and of course you can purchase a subscription to help us finish the full scale, Android and iOS app, which will have tons more features. It's not perfect. But it is THE PERFECT companion for studying for the boards on the go. And we're adding content and improving it all the time. Search the App Store for "InsideTheBoards" or click here to download it now. 

Android user? Until we release the cross-platform version of the app this summer, you can still subscribe to the podcast version of ITB's All-Audio Qbank by clicking here. We've recently added 100 additional USMLE Step 1 questions especially for our listeners using the Android platform. 

The #listenlearnlive Contest ("We'll Pay For Yours Boards" thanks to Physicianloans.com)

We're giving away all kinds of prizes in exchange for your help promoting all of InsideTheBoards' podcasts.  

You earn entries by completing certain actions like sharing or reviewing our podcasts. But you probably know that ITB is all about promoting the wellbeing of medical students. So we also want to push the hashtag #listenlearnlive. The "live" part of this represents our interest in not just your scores, but also your lives outside of medicine. Hence, you can also earn entries just for doing healthy things like exercising, walking your dog, spending time with your fam, or listening to music and then snapping a photo, tagging us, and using the hashtag #listenlearnlive in a social media post.

It's actually three separate, month-long contests running now through July. The Top Three winners at the end of each month's contest will be placed into a drawing for the Grand Prize: your USMLE Step 1/Step 2 or COMLEX Level 1/Level 2 Registration Fee (thanks to the generosity of Physicianloans.com )That's a prize worth over $600. We're also giving away things like subscriptions to our All-Audio Qbank. Just go to bit.ly/paymyusmle to sign up. 

Legal Stuff

InsideTheBoards is not affiliated with the NBME, USMLE, COMLEX, NBOME or any professional licensing body. InsideTheBoards fully adheres to the policies on irregular conduct outlined by the aforementioned credentialing bodies. 

Music: "King Jeff and His Apprentice Bart". DJ Beezo, aka Augustine Beeman (used with permission). Follow the artist at https://soundcloud.com/dj-beezo

Thanks to ZDoggMD, er... Doc Vader for providing the fun intro blurb. Check out the medical hilarities of Doc Vader and learn about Health 3.0 here.

6 Tips for Finishing Strong During Dedicated USMLE Step 1 Prep plus a USMLE Step 1 Question Breakdown (Cough. Cough.) | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

6 Tips for Finishing Strong During Dedicated USMLE Step 1 Prep plus a USMLE Step 1 Question Breakdown (Cough. Cough.) | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

May 15, 2019

InsideTheBoards Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors) 

Another feature in our Audio Blog series where we take posts from The MedSchoolTutors Blog (the very best blog for medical school) and record them for on-the-go learning. We're focusing on articles that cover question breakdowns, examination and study advice, and those related to mental wellbeing and wellness during medical school. 

Today's episode features two articles, both by Dr. Brian Radavansky: 

1) 6 Tips to Finish Strong During Your Dedicated Study Period

2) USMLE Step 1 Question Breakdown (Cough. Cough.)

NEW PODCAST: Physiology by Physeo (An InsideTheBoards Podcast)

We've launched a new podcast. It's focused on high-yield, physiology for first and second year medical students, especially those studying for their USMLE Step 1 or COMLEX Level 1 Exam. It's called Physiology by Physeo (An InsideTheBoards Podcast) hosted by our own Greg Rodden. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts so you know when the new episodes drop. For now, listen to the trailer to find out how you can get a 25% discount on a premium Physeo subscription. You can also listen to Physiology by Physeo on Podbean and Spotify.  Subscribe to it now! 

The Medical Mnemonist (an InsideTheBoards Podcast)

Check out another InsideTheBoards original podcast on Apple Podcasts or, for cross platform, on Podbean. This one is focused on accelerated learning techniques and study hacks. 

InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast 

Check out the ITB Study Smarter Series Podcast channel. Go to bit.ly/ITBpodcasts or just click here to check it out on iTunes. 

ITB Audio Qbank and iOS Beta App

The ITB iOS app is here. It includes all of our podcasts (with exclusive and expanded content), early access to podcasts we'll be releasing in the future, some meditations designed specifically for medical students and intended for use during your dedicated USMLE prep time (gotta keep those stress levels down, right?), plus the beta version of our all audio qbank. There's a sample of high yield audio questions for each version, and of course you can purchase a subscription to help us finish the full scale, Android and iOS app, which will have tons more features. It's not perfect. But it is THE PERFECT companion for studying for the boards on the go. And we're adding content and improving it all the time. Search the App Store for "InsideTheBoards" or click here to download it now. 

Android user? Until we release the cross-platform version of the app this summer, you can still subscribe to the podcast version of ITB's All-Audio Qbank by clicking here

The #listenlearnlive Contest ("We'll Pay For Yours Boards" thanks to Physicianloans.com)

We're giving away all kinds of prizes in exchange for your help promoting all of InsideTheBoards' podcasts.  

You earn entries by completing certain actions like sharing or reviewing our podcasts. But you probably know that ITB is all about promoting the wellbeing of medical students. So we also want to push the hashtag #listenlearnlive. The "live" part of this represents our interest in not just your scores, but also your lives outside of medicine. Hence, you can also earn entries just for doing healthy things like exercising, walking your dog, spending time with your fam, or listening to music and then snapping a photo, tagging us, and using the hashtag #listenlearnlive in a social media post.

It's actually three separate, month-long contests running now through July. The Top Three winners at the end of each month's contest will be placed into a drawing for the Grand Prize: your USMLE Step 1/Step 2 or COMLEX Level 1/Level 2 Registration Fee (thanks to the generosity of Physicianloans.com )That's a prize worth over $600. We're also giving away things like subscriptions to our All-Audio Qbank. Just go to bit.ly/paymyusmle to sign up. 

Legal Stuff

InsideTheBoards is not affiliated with the NBME, USMLE, COMLEX, NBOME or any professional licensing body. InsideTheBoards fully adheres to the policies on irregular conduct outlined by the aforementioned credentialing bodies. 

Music

Music: "1-800-273-8255" by Logic off "Everybody" (used with permission). Listen to the full track on Spotify

Thanks to MedSchoolTutors for providing the content for this show.

USMLE Step 1 Tips from Dr. Jason Ryan (Boards and Beyond) | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

USMLE Step 1 Tips from Dr. Jason Ryan (Boards and Beyond) | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

May 8, 2019

InsideTheBoards Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors) 

Another feature in our Audio Blog series where we take posts from The MedSchoolTutors Blog (the very best blog for medical school) and record them for on-the-go learning. We're focusing on articles that cover question breakdowns, examination and study advice, and those related to mental wellbeing and wellness during medical school. 

Today's episode features the article Dr. Jason Ryan's USMLE Step 1 Tips

NEW PODCAST: Physiology by Physeo (An InsideTheBoards Podcast)

We're launching a new podcast. It's focused on high-yield, physiology for first and second year medical students, especially those studying for their USMLE Step 1 or COMLEX Level 1 Exam. It's called Physiology by Physeo (An InsideTheBoards Podcast) hosted by our own Greg Rodden. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts so you know when the new episodes drop. For now, listen to the trailer to find out how you can get a 25% discount on a premium Physeo subscription. You can also listen to Physiology by Physeo on Podbean and Spotify.  Subscribe to it now! 

The Medical Mnemonist (an InsideTheBoards Podcast)

Check out our newest podcast on Apple Podcasts or, for cross platform, on Podbean. 

InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast 

Check out the ITB Study Smarter Series Podcast channel. Go to bit.ly/ITBpodcasts or just click here to check it out on iTunes. 

ITB Audio Qbank and iOS Beta App

The ITB iOS app is here. It includes all of our podcasts (with exclusive and expanded content), early access to podcasts we'll be releasing in the future, some meditations designed specifically for medical students and intended for use during your dedicated USMLE prep time (gotta keep those stress levels down, right?), plus the beta version of our all audio qbank. There's a sample of high yield audio questions for each version, and of course you can purchase a subscription to help us finish the full scale, Android and iOS app, which will have tons more features. It's not perfect. But it is THE PERFECT companion for studying for the boards on the go. And we're adding content and improving it all the time. Search the App Store for "InsideTheBoards" or click here to download it now. 

Android user? Until we release the cross-platform version of the app this summer, you can still subscribe to the podcast version of ITB's All-Audio Qbank by clicking here

The #listenlearnlive Contest ("We'll Pay For Yours Boards" thanks to Physicianloans.com)

We're giving away all kinds of prizes in exchange for your help promoting all of InsideTheBoards' podcasts.  

You earn entries by completing certain actions like sharing or reviewing our podcasts. But you probably know that ITB is all about promoting the wellbeing of medical students. So we also want to push the hashtag #listenlearnlive. The "live" part of this represents our interest in not just your scores, but also your lives outside of medicine. Hence, you can also earn entries just for doing healthy things like exercising, walking your dog, spending time with your fam, or listening to music and then snapping a photo, tagging us, and using the hashtag #listenlearnlive in a social media post.

It's actually three separate, month-long contests running now through July. The Top Three winners at the end of each month's contest will be placed into a drawing for the Grand Prize: your USMLE Step 1/Step 2 or COMLEX Level 1/Level 2 Registration Fee (thanks to the generosity of Physicianloans.com )That's a prize worth over $600. We're also giving away things like subscriptions to our All-Audio Qbank. Just go to bit.ly/paymyusmle to sign up. 

Legal Stuff

InsideTheBoards is not affiliated with the NBME, USMLE, COMLEX, NBOME or any professional licensing body. InsideTheBoards fully adheres to the policies on irregular conduct outlined by the aforementioned credentialing bodies. 

Music

Music: "1-800-273-8255" by Logic off "Everybody" (used with permission). Listen to the full track on Spotify

Thanks to MedSchoolTutors for providing the content for this show.

 

Balancing Third Year with Shelf Exam Study and USMLE Step 1 Question Breakdown: A 34 Year Old with Hypertension | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

Balancing Third Year with Shelf Exam Study and USMLE Step 1 Question Breakdown: A 34 Year Old with Hypertension | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

March 25, 2019

InsideTheBoards Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors) 

Another feature in our Audio Blog series where we take posts from The MedSchoolTutors Blog (the very best blog for medical school) and record them for on-the-go learning. We're focusing on articles that cover question breakdowns, examination and study advice, and those related to mental wellbeing and wellness during medical school. 

Today's episode features two articles:  

USMLE Step 1 Question Breakdown: A 34 Year Old Woman with Elevated Blood Pressure 

Don't Fall Off the Shelf: Balancing Third Year Rotations with Exam Study

The Medical Mnemonist (an InsideTheBoards Podcast)

Check out our newest podcast on Apple Podcasts or, for cross platform, on Podbean. 

InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast USMLE Step 2 and Shelf Exam Study Starter (mini) Series: Internal Medicine Edition 

Check out the ITB Study Smarter Series Podcast channel. We're covering some high yield IM content until early April, then we launch into our annual USMLE Step 1 Study Smarter Series. Go to bit.ly/ITBpodcasts or just click here to check it out on iTunes. 

ITB Audio Qbank and Premium Subscription

Sign up for a 6-month or 12-month subscription to the beta version of ITB's All-Audio Qbank using this link (or going to http://www.insidetheboards.podbean.com and click the "Premium Plans" tab) and we'll double the length of your subscription for free. The preclinical version of our All-Audio Qbank is powered by content from Lecturio and Osmosis. The clinical version is powered by OnlineMedEd. It's the perfect supplement to UWorld, Pathoma, First Aid, and Sketchy. 

Legal Stuff

InsideTheBoards is not affiliated with the NBME, USMLE, COMLEX, NBOME or any professional licensing body. InsideTheBoards fully adheres to the policies on irregular conduct outlined by the aforementioned credentialing bodies. 

Music

Music: "1-800-273-8255" by Logic off "Everybody" (used with permission). Listen to the full track on Spotify

Thanks to MedSchoolTutors for providing the content for this show. 

Resources for Struggling Med Students and High Yield Microbiology Part 2 | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

Resources for Struggling Med Students and High Yield Microbiology Part 2 | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

January 24, 2019

InsideTheBoards Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors) 

Another feature in our Audio Blog series where we take posts from The MedSchoolTutors Blog (the very best blog for medical school) and record them for on-the-go learning. We're focusing on articles that cover question breakdowns, examination and study advice, and those related to mental wellbeing and wellness during medical school. 

Today's episode features two articles:  

The Top Ten Resources for Struggling Medical Students

Now, That's What I Call High-Yield: Microbiology Part 2

The Medical Mnemonist (an InsideTheBoards Podcast)

Check out our newest podcast on Apple Podcasts or, for cross platform, on Podbean. 

InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast 

Check out the ITB Study Smarter Series Podcast channel. Go to bit.ly/ITBpodcasts or just click here to check it out on iTunes. 

ITB Audio Qbank and Premium Subscription

Sign up for a 6-month or 12-month subscription to the beta version of ITB's All-Audio Qbank using this link (or going to http://www.insidetheboards.podbean.com and click the "Premium Plans" tab) and we'll double the length of your subscription for free. The preclinical version of our All-Audio Qbank is powered by content from Lecturio and Osmosis. The clinical version is powered by OnlineMedEd. It's the perfect supplement to UWorld, Pathoma, First Aid, and Sketchy. 

Legal Stuff

InsideTheBoards is not affiliated with the NBME, USMLE, COMLEX, NBOME or any professional licensing body. InsideTheBoards fully adheres to the policies on irregular conduct outlined by the aforementioned credentialing bodies. 

Music

Music: "So Into You" by Niights. Courtesy of Sun Pedal Recordings. Listen to the full track on Spotify

Thanks to MedSchoolTutors for providing the content for this show.

Thanks to Greg Rodden, host of the Med School Phys Podcast for helping us with this episode. Listen to the Med School Phys podcast for high-yield learning and review of physiology topics for your classes and exams

Truths and Myths of USMLE Prep and High Yield Microbiology Part 1 | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

Truths and Myths of USMLE Prep and High Yield Microbiology Part 1 | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

January 17, 2019

 

InsideTheBoards Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors) 

Another feature in our Audio Blog series where we take posts from The MedSchoolTutors Blog (the very best blog for medical school) and record them for on-the-go learning. We're focusing on articles that cover question breakdowns, examination and study advice, and those related to mental wellbeing and wellness during medical school. 

Today's episode features two articles: 

Truths and Myths of Starting USMLE Step 1 Prep

The Medical Mnemonist (an InsideTheBoards Podcast)

Check out our newest podcast on Apple Podcasts or, for cross platform, on Podbean. 

InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Series for the USMLE 

Check out the ITB Study Smarter Series Podcast channel. Go to bit.ly/ITBpodcasts or just click here to check it out on iTunes. 

ITB Audio Qbank and Premium Subscription

Sign up for a 6-month or 12-month subscription to the beta version of ITB's All-Audio Qbank using this link (or going to http://www.insidetheboards.podbean.com and click the "Premium Plans" tab) and we'll double the length of your subscription for free. The preclinical version of our All-Audio Qbank is powered by content from Lecturio and Osmosis. The clinical version is powered by OnlineMedEd. It's the perfect supplement to UWorld, Pathoma, First Aid, and Sketchy. 

Legal Stuff

InsideTheBoards is not affiliated with the NBME, USMLE, COMLEX, NBOME or any professional licensing body. InsideTheBoards fully adheres to the policies on irregular conduct outlined by the aforementioned credentialing bodies. 

Music

Music: "So Into You" by Niights. Courtesy of Sun Pedal Recordings. Listen to the full track on Spotify

Thanks to MedSchoolTutors for providing the content for this show.

Thanks to Greg Rodden, host of the Med School Phys Podcast for helping us with this episode. Listen to the Med School Phys podcast for high-yield learning and review of physiology topics for your classes and exams. 

USMLE Question Breakdown: Structural Changes to the Heart plus Sleep Affects Learning in Medical School | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

USMLE Question Breakdown: Structural Changes to the Heart plus Sleep Affects Learning in Medical School | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

November 21, 2018

InsideTheBoards Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors) 

Another feature in our Audio Blog series where we take posts from The MedSchoolTutors Blog (the very best blog for medical school) and record them for on-the-go learning. We're focusing on articles that cover question breakdowns, examination and study advice, and those related to mental wellbeing and wellness during medical school. 

Today's episode features two articles: 

A 62-year-old man presented to the emergency room with a 45-minute history of severe chest pain. EKG shows ST elevations in leads II, III, and aVF...

... 

Which of the following conditions is the most likely the cause of structural changes to the patient’s heart?

A) Atrial septal defect
B) Mitral insufficiency
C) Long-standing hypertension
D) Mitral Stenosis
E) Recent myocardial infarction
F) Ventricular fibrillation
 
Read the full vignette and post here.

InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast

Check out the ITB Study Smarter Series Podcast channel. Go to bit.ly/ITBpodcasts or just click here to listen on iTunes. 

ITB Audio Qbank (beta edition) and Premium Subscription Black Friday Deal until November 26, 2017

Purchase the 1-month ($14.99) subscription to ITB's All-Audio Qbank using this link (or going to http://www.insidetheboards.podbean.com and clicking the "Premium Plans" tab) and we'll throw in an extra 2 months of access. The preclinical version of our All-Audio Qbank is powered by content from Lecturio and Osmosis. The clinical version is powered by OnlineMedEd. It's the perfect supplement to UWorld, Pathoma, First Aid, and Sketchy. 

Legal Stuff and Thanks

InsideTheBoards is not affiliated with the NBME, USMLE, COMLEX, NBOME or any professional licensing body. InsideTheBoards fully adheres to the policies on irregular conduct outlined by the aforementioned credentialing bodies. 

Music: "So Into You" by Niights. Courtesy of Sun Pedal Recordings. Listen to the full track on Spotify

Thanks to MedSchoolTutors for providing the content for this show.

Thanks to Greg Rodden, host of the Med School Phys Podcast for helping us with this episode. Listen to the Med School Phys podcast for high-yield learning and review of physiology topics for your classes and exams. 

Building Resilience plus USMLE Question Breakdown: Pathophysiology of Pharmacologic Side Effects | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

Building Resilience plus USMLE Question Breakdown: Pathophysiology of Pharmacologic Side Effects | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

November 12, 2018

InsideTheBoards Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors) 

Another feature in our Audio Blog series where we take posts from The MedSchoolTutors Blog (the very best blog for medical school) and record them for on-the-go learning. We're focusing on articles that cover question breakdowns, examination and study advice, and those related to mental wellbeing and wellness during medical school. 

Today's episode features three articles: 

Well-Being and Academic Skills in Medical School: Building Resilience Part 1 and Part 2
 
 
Question Excerpt: 

A 47 year old male with a past medical history of hypertension and obesity presents to his primary care physician for routine physical examination and yearly laboratory studies. His labs are remarkable for total cholesterol 190, LDL 75, and HDL 25...His physician starts him on a second medication at this time and his symptoms improve.

... 

This second medication works by what mechanism of action?

A: Dermal activation of Langerhans cells leading to increased prostaglandin release
B: Inhibition of cytochrome P450
C: Decreased breakdown of nitrous oxide
D: Inhibition of COX-2
E: Increased breakdown of dopamine

Read the full vignette and post here.

InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast

Check out the ITB Study Smarter Series Podcast channel. Go to bit.ly/ITBpodcasts or just click here to listen on iTunes. 

ITB Audio Qbank (beta edition) and Premium Subscription

Purchase a 6-month or 12-month subscription to ITB's All-Audio Qbank using this link (or going to http://www.insidetheboards.podbean.com and clicking the "Premium Plans" tab) and we'll double the length of your subscription for free. The preclinical version of our All-Audio Qbank is powered by content from Lecturio and Osmosis. The clinical version is powered by OnlineMedEd. It's the perfect supplement to UWorld, Pathoma, First Aid, and Sketchy. 

Legal Stuff

InsideTheBoards is not affiliated with the NBME, USMLE, COMLEX, NBOME or any professional licensing body. InsideTheBoards fully adheres to the policies on irregular conduct outlined by the aforementioned credentialing bodies. 

Music: "So Into You" by Niights. Courtesy of Sun Pedal Recordings. Listen to the full track on Spotify

Thanks to MedSchoolTutors for providing the content for this show.

Reasoning through USMLE & Shelf Exam Questions plus Breaking Down Cardiac Causes of Syncope | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

Reasoning through USMLE & Shelf Exam Questions plus Breaking Down Cardiac Causes of Syncope | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

November 1, 2018

InsideTheBoards Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors) 

Another feature in our Audio Blog series where we take posts from The MedSchoolTutors Blog (the very best blog for medical school) and record them for on-the-go learning. We're focusing on articles that cover question breakdowns, examination and study advice, and those related to mental wellbeing and wellness during medical school. 

Today's episode features two articles: 

A 28 year old male presents to the ED after a witnessed syncopal event. 

... 

Which of the following medications would be contraindicated in this patient:

A: Amiodarone
B: Adenosine
C: Procainamide
D: Warfarin

Read the full vignette and post here.  

InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast

Check out the ITB Study Smarter Series Podcast channel. Go to bit.ly/ITBpodcasts or just click here to check it out on iTunes. 

ITB Audio Qbank (beta edition) and Premium Subscription

Purchase a 6-month or 12-month subscription to ITB's All-Audio Qbank using this link (or going to http://www.insidetheboards.podbean.com and clicking the "Premium Plans" tab) and we'll double the length of your subscription for free. The preclinical version of our All-Audio Qbank is powered by content from Lecturio and Osmosis. The clinical version is powered by OnlineMedEd. It's the perfect supplement to UWorld, Pathoma, First Aid, and Sketchy. 

Legal Stuff

InsideTheBoards is not affiliated with the NBME, USMLE, COMLEX, NBOME or any professional licensing body. InsideTheBoards fully adheres to the policies on irregular conduct outlined by the aforementioned credentialing bodies. 

Music: The One True Color from The Mindsweep by Enter Shikari. Used with permission. 

Thanks to MedSchoolTutors for providing the content for this show.

USMLE Step 1 & Step 2 CK Question Breakdown: 2-in-1 Edition | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

USMLE Step 1 & Step 2 CK Question Breakdown: 2-in-1 Edition | ITB Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors)

October 23, 2018

InsideTheBoards Audio Blog (powered by MedSchoolTutors) 

Another feature in our Audio Blog series where we take posts from The MedSchoolTutors Blog (the very best blog for medical school) and record them for on-the-go learning. We're focusing on articles that cover question breakdowns, examination and study advice, and those related to mental wellbeing and wellness during medical school. 

Today's episode features the article: 

 An 83-year old woman presents to the ED with very acute abdominal pain for 1 hour. 

... 

What test would be most likely to establish her diagnosis?

  1. Chest X-Ray
  2. Abdominal CT Angiography
  3. RUQ US
  4. Amylase, Lipase, and LFTs
  5. MRCP
  6. Abdominal X-Ray

Read the full vignette and post here

InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast

Check out the ITB Study Smarter Series Podcast channel. Go to bit.ly/ITBpodcasts or just click here to check it out on iTunes. 

ITB Audio Qbank (beta edition) and Premium Subscription

Purchase a 6-month or 12-month subscription to ITB's All-Audio Qbank using this link (or going to http://www.insidetheboards.podbean.com and clicking the "Premium Plans" tab) and we'll double the length of your subscription for free. The preclinical version of our All-Audio Qbank is powered by content from Lecturio and Osmosis. The clinical version is powered by OnlineMedEd. It's the perfect supplement to UWorld, Pathoma, First Aid, and Sketchy. 

Legal Stuff

InsideTheBoards is not affiliated with the NBME, USMLE, COMLEX, NBOME or any professional licensing body. InsideTheBoards fully adheres to the policies on irregular conduct outlined by the aforementioned credentialing bodies. 

Music: Anaesthetist from The Mindsweep by Enter Shikari. Used with permission. 

Thanks to MedSchoolTutors for providing the content for this show. And thanks to ZDoggMD and Doc Vader for the lighthearted intro. Check out ZDogg's podcast, the Incident Report, on Apple Podcasts.