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Internal Medicine Residency Readings: Jan - June 2021

Information resources to support questions and discussion from resident report/morning report.

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NEJM Resident 360

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  2. After creating your account, you may access via the library or by direct access to NEJM Resident 360.

NEJM Interactive Cases

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NEJM Videos

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NEJM Journal Watch

Summaries of recent studies + commentary on clinical significance.

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Keeping up with new information

Learn how to use Browzine, NEJM Journal Watch, journal and database alerts, and podcasts to keep up with new medical information!

Keeping Up with Health Sciences Information

 

"Try to read something medical every day. This will help you to stay abreast of new developments and provide an opportunity to become reacquainted with things that you've learned and forgotten. Medicine is less about achieving mastery then it is about reinforcing old lessons. Our individual "knowledge tanks" leak information on a daily basis. There is no way to plug the hole. Instead, you must continually replenish by adding to the top."

Goldberg, C. (2018). A few thoughts before you go...  Practical Guide to Clinical Medicine. https://meded.ucsd.edu/clinicalmed/thoughts.html

 

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