Chase DiMarco

Online Medical Education Summit- Resources, Advice, Expertise.

Online Medical Education Summit- Resources, Advice, Expertise. If you have ever wondered what the best resources for medical students and premeds are you may have received many suggestions from other students and teachers. Maybe they succeeded by using these resources or maybe they simply liked the format of this one over its competitors.  Anecdotes aside,…

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Using VSAS & VSLO to Find Clinical Rotations (Clerkships, Observerships, Externships)

Using VSAS & VSLO to Find Clinical Rotations and Externships The AAMC VSAS and AAMC VSLO systems were created as a way for medical students to search for “away rotations” (visiting student rotations) at select institutions. The service provides a way for AAMC registered members to filter out elective clerkship rotations based on several filtering…

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How to Study in Medical School

How to Study in Medical School Plus Medical Mnemonist Tips What are the best study tips for medical students? How can I study less and remember more? These are very common questions I receive through the Medical Mnemonist Podcast audience, and remember hearing often during medical school. There are a few simple study methods that…

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Medical Tutoring and Mnemonics Training

Medical Tutoring and Mnemonics Training In our article, Medical Tutoring Services, we discussed the prices and conducted a review of some of the popular medical tutoring services out there. Well, we are now proud to be able to add tutoring to our list of services at FreeMedEd! Creating a Study Game Plan Here is what…

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9 Best Podcasts for Premeds

9 Best Podcasts for Premeds Are you looking for quality resources for your studying? Podcast searches are unpredictable and many of the recommended podcast lists out there haven’t been updated in years! Here, we will cover some of the top podcasts out there for premeds. As “best” can be very subjective, we used a few…

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Top 7 Evidence-Based Study Methods for Medicine

Top 7 Evidence-Based Study Methods for Medicine Are you using evidence-based study methods for your medical training? Medical students frequently ask each other which resources are used and how one studied for the last test. However, it’s infrequent they find useful information. The problem with this method, though it seems intuitive to begin here, is the…

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The Future of Medical Education Design

The Future of Medical Education Design Is medicine ready for a complete overhaul of the system? Those in healthcare hear regularly how inefficient the system is and even how corrupt it has become. Between insurance companies and pharmaceutical prices, we have plenty of bad guys to point the finger at. Politicians rant and rave, but…

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How to Not Fail at Medical School: Part 2- Organization & Schedules

How to Not Fail at Medical School: Part 2- Organization & Schedules In this continuation of the How to Not Fail at Medical School series, we will review tips on organization and schedules.  Though many of them may seem obvious, it’s easy to forget the basics when stressed out and overworked. But, with any luck, this episode…

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Advanced Medical School Note Taking with Mind Maps

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] In Accelerated Learning for Medical School, we discussed the main points of how to make Mind Maps, as well as other mnemonic devices. But we didn’t go into too much detail about how exactly to implement them in your study routine. Here are some of the ways I have tried to utilize Advanced Medical…

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A Look Back at 2018 for FreeMedEd

A Look Back at 2018 for FreeMedEd Apologies for letting the FreeMedEd blog go for the past few weeks. There have been some great new additions, and they have been occupying a lot of time recently. As we approach the New Year, it’s time to recap what has happened in 2018 for FreeMedEd. It has been an amazing…

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