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medical education sites

Posted by iskanbasal on June 22, 2007

There are two different places where the resident and I also think the medical students can get a plenty of good information and spend time learning cases and methods of treatment. Actually, there are many, not only these two, one is the resident’s clinic at the Mayo clinic proceedings. All the articles in this important journal older than 6 months are free fulltext, the residents’clinic is always free.

The second is the Resident eBulletin from the NEJM , anyone can ask to receive it at this email : resebulletin@nejm.org.

In this publication there is a discussion of the” this week teaching topics”, from selected articles published in a certain period followed by “the clinical pearls of each topic” and “the morning report Q&A” to strengthen one’s knowledge.

I think this resident ebulletin is a great place for learning.

(escuse me for english language errors)

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