Learning Medicine: An Evidence-Based Guide

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Learning Medicine, May 21, 2015 - Medical education - 206 pages
"Fantastic... I wish I had read your book before med school!" -Nathan Brajer, medical student "A great read and a great primer on how med students learn and think." -Jess Friedman, medical student and former teacher Succeeding at medical school is difficult under the best of circumstances, and poor study skills only make matters worse. This book offers a comprehensive, evidence-based methodology for learning medicine that will help you to take command of your medical school experience and become the best doctor you can be. With this book, you will: >Understand the science of learning and how to study most effectively > Learn how to control forgetting with spaced repetition > Get a guided tour of med school, with specific tips for how to learn each course subject

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About the author (2015)

Alex Chamessian and Peter Wei met as medical students at Duke University. Alex is currently an MD/PhD student interested in pain medicine. Peter is an MD starting his residency in radiology. Beyond being passionate about their medical careers, they are both fascinated with the art and science of effective learning techniques. They are committed to becoming better doctors, and want to help you do the same.

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