HealthEd

How to Tell When Your Stress Level Is Becoming Harmful

Today on the Osmosis blog, we're sharing a piece from our partners at Thrive Global explaining how to identify when your stress levels are becoming harmful, and steps you can take to address

Jul 11, 2020 by Alexandra Hayes

Osmosis News

Osmosis & #FirstRespondersFirst Partnering on Mental Health Resources for Frontline Workers

Stress, depression, and burnout had a disproportionate impact on healthcare workers long before COVID-19, but the pandemic has brought the issue to a crisis point. Emergency rooms are filled to capaci

Jul 10, 2020 by Osmosis Team

Study Tips

8 Science-Backed Learning Strategies Osmosis Uses to Help You Study Smarter

At Osmosis, it’s our mission to empower the world’s clinicians and caregivers with the best learning experience possible. We’ve worked hard to ensure that as learning methods evolve,

Jul 9, 2020 by Osmosis Team

Study Tips

Will My Study Style Work in Medical School?

About to start medical school? Wondering how it differs from your previous programs? How about being a non-traditional medical student and a mom? Today on the Osmosis blog, Osmosis Medical Education F

Jul 8, 2020 by Donna Koprek

HealthEd

3 Proven Strategies for Recharging Under Stress

As a first responder during the coronavirus, you face unique challenges: your hours may increase as your daily workload expands to contend with COVID-19, you’re at a greater risk of getting sick

Jul 7, 2020 by Alexandra Hayes

Osmosis News

Partner Spotlight: The National Organization for Rare Disorders

The National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD®) has partnered with Osmosis on many exciting projects, but just what is NORD all about? Today we’ll shine a spotlight on this essential o

Jul 6, 2020 by Osmosis Team

HealthEd

Diffusion Studios: Create Osmosis-Style Videos for Your Organization

Have you ever watched an Osmosis video and thought, “I’d like to create this type of engaging video content for my organization?” With the help of the Diffusion Studios team at Osmos

Jul 6, 2020 by Osmosis Team

HealthEd

"Say My Name": A Medical Student's Experience with Microaggressions

As part of our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives at Osmosis, we've launched a new blog series: Minorities in Medicine. By sharing these stories, we're hoping to build more caring, empa

Jul 3, 2020 by Antoinette Leonard-Jean Charles

Clinical

Three Careers, an MD, and a PhD: My Unconventional Path to Medicine

What road led you to medicine? Osmosis Medical Education Fellow Antoinette Leonard-Jean Charles shares the winding path that ultimately led her to the American University of Integrated Sciences. Three

Jul 2, 2020 by Antoinette Leonard-Jean Charles

Clinical

From Nursing Student to Nurse Practitioner: Keeping Your Eyes on the Prize

Nursing students typically focus on getting through their chosen ADN or BSN program as quickly as possible to launch into their career as a registered nurse. Most of us just want to be done from the f

Jul 1, 2020 by Catherine Burger, MSOL, RN, NEA-BC