Osmosis News

Clinician’s Series: Osmosis Partners with YouTube on COVID-19 Content

As a leading health education platform empowering students, clinicians, caregivers with the best learning experience possible, Osmosis is incredibly excited to officially partner with YouTube in a joi

Apr 13, 2021 by Osmosis Team

HealthEd

How to Become a Registered Nurse: The Osmosis Ultimate Guide

So you’re thinking about becoming an RN. That’s great! This is a rewarding, lucrative career where every day is different and filled with opportunities for professional and personal growth

Apr 12, 2021 by Osmosis Team

Lifestyle

How to Keep Up With Your Hobbies in Medical School

Life as a medical student can be tough and pull you into a tiring study routine in which you often forget to do things for yourself. This article discusses why it is important to keep practicing

Apr 12, 2021 by Lahav Constantini

Clinical

The Medical Student Through A Webcam

Today on the Osmosis blog, medical student and OMEF Alexandra Sueldo reflects on the remote clerkships experience, and shares how she was still able to bond with patients and learn about herself in a

Apr 8, 2021 by Alexandra Sueldo

Study Tips

USMLE® Step 1 Question of the Day: Factor V Leiden

Each week, Osmosis shares a USMLE® Step 1-style practice question to test your knowledge of medical topics. Today's case involves a 25-year-old woman with breathing difficulties and chest pain. L

Apr 7, 2021 by Osmosis Team

Osmosis News

Nursing Resilience: The Free Online Course for Nurses

Osmosis recently launched Nursing Resilience, an interactive e-learning course on mental resilience and well-being for nurses with help from #FirstRespondersFirst, and the Johnson &

Apr 7, 2021 by Osmosis Team

Study Tips

USMLE® Step 1 Question of the Day: Bilateral Pitting Ankle Edema

Each week, Osmosis shares a USMLE® Step 1-style practice question to test your knowledge of medical topics. Today's case involves a 38-year-old woman with pain in the center of her chest. The pai

Mar 31, 2021 by Osmosis Team

Study Tips

NCLEX® Question of the Day: Pain at Port Insertion Site

Today's NCLEX-RN® question of the day focuses on a patient who feels pain at the insertion site during infusion of a medication.During the infusion of a medication through an implanted port, a cl

Mar 31, 2021 by Osmosis Team

Clinical

Three Successfully-Matched Students Weigh In on the Future of Match Week

Today on the Osmosis blog, we’re sharing three Match Week success stories from the Osmosis team. Congratulations to three of our question writers—Anu Mariam, Neil, and Qirat—who, coi

Mar 30, 2021 by Osmosis Team

Study Tips

How to Take Notes Faster in Medical School

Note taking in medical school could be messy and time-consuming. With so much material to write down and memorize, having a strategy for effective note taking could make a difference for your performa

Mar 29, 2021 by Kristin Savage