If your professor gives you a 6-to-a-page PDF document of slides, and you’d like to crop it to one per page (say, for annotating comfortably on your iPad), there’s a solution.
Inverting all colours on a PDF file can be especially helpful if a lecturer’s dark PowerPoint theme (ahem, bright yellow on navy blue…) is hard to read when reviewing the slides.
Sometimes it’s all too tempting to get mired in the weeds of the details of physical exam. It can be easy to see all the differences between exams, and not focus on the related, big-picture ideas. Here are some acronyms that are applicable to many (if not 100%) of physical exams: Continue reading “Physical Exam (OSCE) acronyms and mnemonics”
(With a hat tip to the Modern Mrs. Darcy blog for the “what’s saving my life right now” concept.) I’m in the midst of my cardiovascular and respirology organ system block right now. I’m finding this approach to my key study resources to be most helpful: My current self-study approach and routines Watch the Pathoma … Continue reading What’s saving my life right now (February 2018)
On a whim, I borrowed Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time from the library. I’ve been hearing about the concept of Scrum/agile/Kanban for a while, and wanted to finally figure out what the excitement was all about. (Plus, the subtitle of the book sounded incredibly promising…) While Scrum is … Continue reading Notes on staying organized with personal Scrum in med school
While I had fun playing around with adjusting the styling of my Anki cards, I decided that I was better off returning to the default card style. I was alarmed to find there was no “reset to default” option. After digging around, I found the default, original styling for Anki CSS cards, and wanted to … Continue reading Anki default CSS styling for cards