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Best InsideTheBoards podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best InsideTheBoards podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast a free, high-yield, on-the-go resource for medical students preparing for their board exams. With support from the likes of Osmosis, Lecturio, MedSchoolCoach, Kaplan Medical, OnlineMedEd and more, we covering all the high-yield topics you're likely to see on the USMLE, COMLEX, and NBME shelf exams.
 
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This is our FINAL recap for medical mnemonics as we finish off the best practices for memory palaces and mistakes to be aware of. With an organized structure, we can create very elaborate and dense palaces. Alternatively, with less structure, we can create visual mnemonic associations more quickly. There are many strategies to utilize when it comes…
 
This is a crosspost from ITB's collaboration with Ars Longa Media. You can check out more episodes on the coronavirus pandemic over at CovidPodcast.com In this interview, Dr. Ted O’Connell and "Dr." Adam Goodcoff (He's an M4 and will graduate very soon" discuss topics that have been frequently showing up in media such as: Advice on staying safe dur…
 
This is a crosspost from ITB's collaboration with our friends at Ars Longa Media. You can check out more episodes on the coronavirus pandemic over at CovidPodcast.com In this interview, Dr. Ted O’Connell and "Dr." Adam Goodcoff (He's an M4 and will graduate very soon" discuss topics that have been frequently showing up in media such as: Advice on s…
 
COVID-19, the disease caused by a novel coronavirus, has created a global pandemic. This show aims to educate the public via interviews with leaders in healthcare, public health and policy. You’ll hear from former Kaiser CEO, host of the Fixing Healthcare podcast, and author of Mistreated: Why We Think We're Getting Good Health Care and Why We're U…
 
COVID-19, the disease caused by a novel coronavirus, has created a global pandemic. This show aims to educate the public via interviews with leaders in healthcare, public health and policy. You’ll hear from former Kaiser CEO, host of the Fixing Healthcare podcast, and author of Mistreated: Why We Think We're Getting Good Health Care and Why We're U…
 
COVID-19, the disease caused by a novel coronavirus, has created a global pandemic. This show aims to educate the public via interviews with leaders in healthcare, public health and policy. You’ll hear from former Kaiser CEO, host of the Fixing Healthcare podcast, and author of Mistreated: Why We Think We're Getting Good Health Care and Why We're U…
 
This is a special episode we're posting across the InsideTheBoards network to educate med students on the clinical issues surrounding COVID-19 like how ventilators work, how patients are assessed and some potential questions students may have about the coronavirus pandemic. Dr. Ted O’Connell, ITB’s chief content officer, and author of Crush Step 1 …
 
This is a special episode we're posting across the InsideTheBoards network to educate med students on the clinical issues surrounding COVID-19 like how ventilators work, how patients are assessed and some potential questions students may have about the coronavirus pandemic. Dr. Ted O’Connell, ITB’s chief content officer, and author of Crush Step 1 …
 
This is a special episode we're posting across the InsideTheBoards network to educate med students on the clinical issues surrounding COVID-19 like how ventilators work, how patients are assessed and some potential questions students may have about the coronavirus pandemic. Dr. Ted O’Connell, ITB’s chief content officer, and author of Crush Step 1 …
 
Here is our second part of the accelerated learning and mnemonics recap of all 2019 highlights! You will get a much more succinct view of how to create visual mnemonics, how to create dynamic stories and an introduction in adding these into a memory palace. The third part of the accelerated learning recap will finalize this part of the mini-series …
 
In this episode we touch on some virology, provide some updates from CDC on the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, for medical students, doctors, and other health care professionals. Also, this episode kicks off ITB's annual Study Smarter Series for the USMLE Step 1 and COMLEX Level 1 where we focus on breaking down USMLE Step 1 practice question…
 
With a focus on teaching you to “think like a question writer”, InsideTheBoards is the leading producer of medical education podcasts. Each year during the dedicated prep time we run a “Study Smarter Series for the USMLE Step 1 and COMLEX Level 1” on our Study Smarter Podcast with a focus exclusively on breaking down USMLE style questions. The Crus…
 
With a focus on teaching you to “think like a question writer”, InsideTheBoards is the leading producer of medical education podcasts. Each year during the dedicated prep time we run a “Study Smarter Series for the USMLE Step 1 and COMLEX Level 1” on our Study Smarter Podcast with a focus exclusively on breaking down USMLE style questions. The Crus…
 
In this episode, we have Ian Gibbs, speaker on academic learning and author of multiple books including 23 Tips to Learn Stuff Better. Ian was able to 4x his learning speed when he learned how to implement a few simple study methods. Today, we will learn how to "learn stuff better” and become more productive in our academic and clinical lives. Intr…
 
In this episode, we will take our first recap look at accelerated learning techniques. Here, we focus on the limitations of our brain and our memory. With a deeper understanding of these limitations, we can plan to fight against the Forgetting Curve and succeed at learning quicker. We will also take a broader view of speed reading and mind maps for…
 
This episode covers the "why" of ITB with Patrick's personal look back on his medical education and how ITB was born from it. We also get into some actionable strategies to "redeem" more of your time during your medical education. 00:00 Quick Update on New Features of the ITB Mobile App 01:30 – Patrick’s journey through med school and residency, an…
 
This episode covers the "why" of ITB with Patrick's personal look back on his medical education and how ITB was born from it. We also get into some actionable strategies to "redeem" more of your time during your medical education. 00:00 Quick Update on New Features of the ITB Mobile App 01:30 – Patrick’s journey through med school and residency, an…
 
In Episode 47 we finish off the evidence-based study skills and spaced-repetition techniques we eluded to in Part 1 (Episode 46) of this mini-series. Much of the research conducted by the Institute of Education Sciences suggests that certain learning methods, such as spacing and rehearsal practice, provide strong evidence to their effectiveness. Th…
 
The Audio Qbank by InsideTheBoards mobile app has both free and premium features and is available on both Android and iOS. To get started, first, create a Boardsinsider Account on our website insidetheboards.com Free Features All of our podcasts in one place organized into playlists for easy studying (also with less ads and exclusive content) Mindf…
 
The Audio Qbank by InsideTheBoards mobile app has both free and premium features and is available on both Android and iOS. To get started, first, create a Boardsinsider Account on our website insidetheboards.com Free Features All of our podcasts in one place organized into playlists for easy studying (also with less ads and exclusive content) Mindf…
 
In part 1 of our 2019 Best Episodes Recap, we will review some of the highlights from our expert interviews. Part 1 will cover study efficiency, time management in medical school, group studying, note-taking techniques, and even a brief overview of flashcard techniques. Exploring the techniques that work for us, personally, will greatly reduce the …
 
The Story Method (aka Journey Method, Linking Method) in mnemonics is a strong tool for creating procedure-based or chronological associations between visual markers. It allows us to make sure a particular order is followed, a sequence is completed in order, or follow a flow of disease processes. When creating visual markers for our mnemonics, maki…
 
Episode 44- Here are some useful links for those interested in the upcoming events and services mentioned in today's show. Mensa Regional Gathering- Presentation on Education The discounted holiday price for Read This Before Medical School will be ending soon! Get yours NOW! Already purchased it? Please click here to leave a review! Book your Free …
 
On today’s episode, ITB’s Nick Nissen and Dr. Alex Raben from the PsychEd Podcast deep dive into major depressive disorder. Topics covered in the interview include diagnosing major depression, the differential diagnosis, the mental status exam, and various treatment options. References for the information covered in this episode can be found at the…
 
Lynne Kelly holds an interdisciplinary array of degrees and is a multiple winner of the senior memory championship in Australia. She studied Australian Aboriginal Tribes, Native Americans, Pacific and African cultures and their old traditions for the memory methods and will now share with us some ancient memory techniques. Intro2:36 How Stone Henge…
 
On Episode 42, Jonathan Levi is a serial entrepreneur, published author, and podcaster born and raised in Silicon Valley. He has discussed productivity and learning skills development in his TedX talk, numerous courses on Udemy, and through the SuperHuman Academy Podcast. Today, Jonathan is going to help all of us in our journey to becoming a Medic…
 
This is the fourth episode of the Medicine of Chernobyl, inspired by the HBO series of the same name. This one is focused on a practical application of radiation therapy in gynecologic oncology. 00:40 - 18 year old female with a pelvic mass. 12:25 - What should a medical student know about radiation and its side effects? 14:35 - Dr. Thompson's advi…
 
This is the third episode of the Medicine of Chernobyl, inspired by the HBO series of the same name. Continuing our discussion with Dr. Greg Thompson, a private practice radiation oncologist, we go over patient related misconceptions about radiation and teratogenic effects of radiation. 01:10 - Patients' Misconceptions about radiation 04:05 - A 20 …
 
This is the second episode of the Medicine of Chernobyl, inspired by the HBO series of the same name. Continuing our discussion with Dr. Greg Thompson, a private practice radiation oncologist, we go over the consequences of exposure to ionizing radiation, radiation misconceptions, and acute radiation illness. 01:10 - What do people misunderstand ab…
 
Today's episode is a continuation from last week of Nick Nissen's interview with Dr.David Puder from the Psychiatry & Psychotherapy podcast. The USMLE Step 2 Secrets Podcast As a book, USMLE Step 2 Secrets, by Theodore X. O’Connell, MD, ITB's Chief Content Officer and (among many other things) author of Crush Step 1: The Ultimate USMLE Step 1 Revie…
 
Inspired by the HBO series Chernobyl, we’re running a series on the biological effects of radiation and its therapeutic uses within radiation oncology. We interview Dr. Greg Thompson, a radiation oncologist (and one of ITB’s earliest supporters) while providing some education on radiation biophysics, answering questions about radiation that you mig…
 
On today's episode, ITB's Nick Nissen is joined by David Puder from the Psychiatry & Psychotherapy podcast to discuss the "Six Boxes" of psychiatric interviews as well as some tips to prepare for the psychiatry clerkship. The USMLE Step 2 Secrets Podcast As a book, USMLE Step 2 Secrets, by Theodore X. O’Connell, MD, ITB's Chief Content Officer and …
 
Kam Knight is joining us today to discuss some of his personalized theories on accelerated learning techniques. He is the author of several bestselling books on learning, memory, and productivity and is about to release an online course of which details can be found on his website MindLily.com. Intro 3:25 Repetition and Its Influence on Long-term M…
 
This episode includes questions and topics from USMLE Step 2 Secrets including: - Positive and negative symptoms of schizophrenia - Differentiating among the classes of antipsychotic drugs - Side effects of lithium, valproic acid, and carbamazepine - Major risk factors for suicide - How do you recognize autism spectrum disorder? The USMLE Step 2 Se…
 
Barry Mapp is a learning instructor that trained under the memory champion and mind map creator, Tony Buzan. He has successfully trained thousands of learners in mind map technique and creation. Today, he is going to help explain how we can use these organization and memory tools in medical school. Intro 5:05 “Left Brain” vs “Right Brain” Myths and…
 
On today's episode Greg Rodden, host of the Physiology by Physeo podcast, interviews Zach Griffin about his experience of taking the USMLE Step 1 Examination. Get a discount on any Kaplan Course Remember, ITB listeners can take up to 40% off any Kaplan Medical product (when combined with an American Medical Association membership discount) by going…
 
*Note: This is one of the episodes that ended up posting out of order. Ignore the Nov 5-17th deadline for the raffle as the deadline has been extended a few weeks. Keegan Long-Wheeler is an Educational Technologist Office of Digital Learning at the University of Oklahoma. He has been a creative developer in gamified educational materials and game d…
 
This is the ITB 2019 Study Smarter Series for the USMLE Step 2 and Core Clerkships. This episode collates our "best of" question dissections covering topics relevant to the NBME psychiatry shelf exam and psychiatry portion of the USMLE Step 2. Plus, a "Mentorship Moment with DocOssareh". Topics in this episode include: 0:45 – Mentorship Moment with…
 
Today’s episode is the third and final episode in our series with Dr. Chris Cimino, Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Kaplan Medical, who discusses the USMLE/COMLEX exam writing process and science behind it. This final in the trilogy with Chris Cimino of Kaplan Test Prep covers the questions medical students ask most involving the USMLE…
 
We’ve made it to Part 4 of Read This Before Medical School! The final section. We cover a lot of self-assessment monitoring tools in the form of a variety of journals. From Habit Tracking to Gratitude Journals, many of these discussed tool have surprising evidence to back up their uses and benefits. If you would like a chance to win a copy of our b…
 
I want to thank Savanna for having me on the show! Here's a brief snippet from the interview I conducted on the Pre-PA Podcast from The PA Platform. If you would like to listen to the full episode, learn about my personal struggles in medical school, and show your support you can find the entire episode here! Please let Savanna know if you find thi…
 
This is part 2 in our series with Dr. Chris Cimino, Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Kaplan Medical, who discusses the USMLE/COMLEX exam writing process and science behind it. USMLE and COMLEX board questions are frequently being altered, added, or retired. However, most students do not understand the reasons or the process of such chan…
 
Hoda Mostafa started her academic career in medicine at Cairo University after completing her medical studies in 1996 She joined the faculty at Cairo University, teaching and practicing in the Ophthalmology department until 2011. She is an avid supporter of teaching thinking skills across the disciplines she joined the American University in Cairo …
 
In this episode, it's an overview of breast diseases with returning guest,Dr. Austin Williams , surgery resident and editor of Elsevier's recent volume, Surgery Morning Report: Beyond the Pearls . USMLE Step 2 Secrets is now an InsideTheBoards Podcast As a book, USMLE Step 2 Secrets, by Theodore X. O’Connell, MD, ITB's Chief Content Officer and (am…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Dr. Austin Williams , surgery resident and editor of Elsevier's recent volume, Surgery Morning Report: Beyond the Pearls . In this episode we cover a couple questions on hiatal hernia and gallbladder disease. 06:30 – A 74 year old male with mid-epigastric pain. 11:00 – Sponsor: From the makers of “pseudo Caesar sala…
 
In this episode, we cover abdominal wall hernias and a handful of questions related to them from our friends at StatPearls. As well we go over some mnemonics and tricks to help you remember the anatomy of the inguinal canal, femoral canal, and other high yield topics. 01:20 – Overview of abdominal wall hernias: Inguinal, Femoral, and Umbilical Hern…
 
In Part 3 of Read This Before Medical School, we cover two very important topics in Accelerated Learning: Speed Reading and Visual Mnemonics. If you have ever tried to implement these study strategies before and had difficulty, you are not alone! In this section of the book we give you the training designs, charts, and tables you need to be success…
 
Today's episode is part 1 in our series with Dr. Chris Cimino, Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Kaplan Medical, who discusses the USMLE/COMLEX exam writing process and science behind it. Students often wonder about those behind the curtain when it comes to the NBME and USMLE exams and materials. However, there is little transparency for…
 
In Episode 36 we continue from our conversation in Episode 34 with Dr. Lev Goldentouch. Dr. Lev Goldentouch is an accelerated learning practitioner and instructor. He has developed advanced memory and speed reading techniques that are unique to his methodologies. He is also the author or Key to Study Skills, and co-developer of the very popular Bec…
 
In this episode, we cover a question on bowel obstruction and another on Barrett's provided generously by our friends at StatPearls. 03:50 – A 45 year old female with dysphagia (Barrett's esophagus and esophageal cancer) 06:58 – A 35 year old female with abdominal pain (small bowel obstruction and related matters) StatPearls' mission is to provide …
 
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