Osteopathy for MDs plus COMLEX vs. USMLE (or Both?) with Greg Rodden from the Med School Phys Podcast
In this episode, Stewart interviews Med School Phys host and 3rd year osteopathic medical student, Greg Rodden. They discuss strategy for the COMLEX vs. strategy for the USMLE and also provide an overview and introduction to osteopathic manipulative medicine for MD students/doctors. It's a fascinating dicussion, especially for the allopaths among us, who might not know much about this important part of their osteopathic colleague's education.
2018 Study Smarter Series for the USMLE Step 1 & COMLEX Level 1
We're launching the 2018 Study Smarter Series for the USMLE Step 1 & COMLEX Level 1 on a new channel. So search iTunes for the "InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Series" to listen to all the content or checkout https://itbstudysmarter.podbean.com/. Over there you can hear our first Study Smarter episode with Greg Rodden from the Med School Phys Podcast and ITB's own Stewart Bryant (@ITBPodcaster on Twitter) discussing some high-yield Cardio questions as well as our newest feature segment "STATMed Lessons" with STATMed Learning's Ryan Orwig, whom we'll be featuring throughout the Study Smarter Series to offer some practical tips and tricks related to exam and board prep strategy.
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