Study Tips

What is Elaborative Rehearsal? An Osmosis Guide

Osmosis Prime uses proven learning science principles to empower current and future clinicians with the best learning experience possible. In this new blog series, Senior Content Manager Kyle Slinn ex

Aug 18, 2020 by Kyle Slinn

Clinical

How to Provide LGBTQ+ Patients With the Best Care Possible

Part of being a good doctor is knowing how to treat different groups of people. In today’s Minorities in Medicine blog, LGBTQ+ medical student and OMEF Omer Rott shares his advice for being incl

Aug 17, 2020 by Omer Rott

HealthEd

Getting Started in Medical School (And How to Make It Easier on Yourself)

Transitioning into medical school is often very stressful for new students. In this blog, Bardia Adibmoradi shares his tips for making a smooth transition.When I started medical school, I was faced wi

Aug 13, 2020 by Bardia Adibmoradi

Lifestyle

To Baby, or Not to Baby: Family Planning in Medicine

For many students, medical school is already a big adjustment, so what happens when you add a baby to the mix? Today on the Osmosis blog, Osmosis Medical Education Fellow Elad Eylat shares how having

Aug 12, 2020 by Elad Eylat

HealthEd

A List of Every U.S. MD Medical School

While every U.S. medical school teaches the same core skills and competencies—basic sciences, biostatistics, epidemiology, anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology, just to name a few—each pr

Aug 12, 2020 by Osmosis Team

Osmosis News

Osmosis & Me: My Experience in the OMEF Program

What was the moment medical school “clicked” for you? Today on the Osmosis blog, Carly Rosen shares how Osmosis transformed not only her studying, but her relationships with her fellow stu

Aug 11, 2020 by Carly Rosen

HealthEd

Reducing Stress in the Midst of Uncertainty

We all experience stress in our lives, but how we respond to it can make all the difference. In this article, Ishan Dahal shares his tips for minimizing this debilitating feeling shared by so many dur

Aug 7, 2020 by Osmosis Team

HealthEd

4 Things Scuba Diving Unexpectedly Taught Me About Practicing Medicine

In today's blog, Osmosis Medical Education Fellow and medical student Lewis Nasr provides parallelism between skills in scuba diving and skills in clinical practice. Scuba diving is one of my fav

Aug 6, 2020 by Lewis Nasr

HealthEd

What You Should Know To Become a Pediatric Nurse

In today’s guest post from Laboure College, learn the ins-and-outs of pediatric nursing, one of the most popular and rewarding career tracks in nursing.There are a large number of career options

Aug 5, 2020 by Linda Ramirez

Study Tips

5 Essential Wellness Tips for USMLE® Step 1 Prep

USMLE® Step 1 is an intense test and it will take a lot out of you. Read how one medical student still managed to find balance during dedicated Step 1 preparation and avoided burnout altogether.

Aug 4, 2020 by Ashley Bell