A Synthesis of Digital Resources for Internal Medicine

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  • 5 stars

    This resource provides a great review of very spefic skills for EKG interpretation and physical exam skills. Although it is not a full course, we still give it 5 stars. The modules are clear and concise, and the quality of the audio recordings is good. This could be used by students prior to starting clinical rotations or as a review once they are on clinical rotations.

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  • 5 stars

    This resource provides very good cases that require the student to work through the cases carefully while developing a differential diagnosis. These could be very useful to medical students and helpful to faculty teaching clinical reasoning. There are no lectures, or evaluation method, but the partical skills taught in this resource tend to be labor intensive. To teach clinical reasoning takes a lot of one-on-one time, but this has the potential to replace that portion which would greatly save faculty time.

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  • 2 stars

    This resource is not a full course and does not teach internal medicine. However, the few topics that are covered on diagnostic reasoning, therapeutic reasoning, and EKGS are clear informative videos. Also, and though this resource is specific to UNC, reading this would give some good ideas on setting up clerkship. The CDIM/SGIM curriculum guide is an ok resource on learning objectives for internal medicine, although they are not very detailed.

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  • 2 stars

    This resource is limited to 16 topics. The topics that are covered are useful as a starting point for a discussion, but would need to be lead by a faculty member. The PPT slides cover the basics of the radiolic tests that would be used on a internal medicine rotation. The presentations are roughly 40-50 slides and contain clear images with corresponding text and are free and easy to download. But it is not set up like a course, and there are no videos or no exams.

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  • 1 star

    Although this resource advertizes as free, access may be difficult to gain, which is why we gave 1 out of 5 stars. It is also limited to only hematology.

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  • 1 star

    This is a quiz on EKG rhythms that plays like a game. Many of the rhythms are too advanced for a medical student and the explanations are inadequate. This might be useful for residents or Mmed candidates in fields where interpreting EKG rhythms is important. Not a course. The only value to this is that it is a game, which is very engaging.

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  • 1 star

    There are 12 ppts available to download. The slides provide a good starting place for faculty to create lecture materials. However, there are only a limited number of topics. The rest of the information on the site is very specific to a UW internal medicine clerkship course. Podcasts and video lectures are restricted to UW students.

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