Pre-Dental: What courses should I take for upper level biology electives?
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2w ago
Help! I am currently in a jam with which upper level science electives to take. Here are my options: immunology, cell biology, endocrinology, molecular genetics, pathophysiology, medical botany, neurobiology, and developmental biology. I am leaning towards neurobiology, pathophysiology, medical botany, and immunology. I would take developmental biology, but the professor that teaches it at my university is kind of a joke and I heard it's really easy. I don't want to waste my time even though... Pre-Dental: What courses should I take for upper level biology electives? (Source: Student Doctor Ne ..read more
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Endo billing
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2w ago
Hey all, Question for those of you who are endocrinologists. Spouse is currently finishing up his stay at LTACH after ICU admission Diabetic, normally was very well managed Anyhow, primary doctor consulted pretty much everyone including Endocrine. Endocrine doctor saw him 1-2 times and then reviews his chart, and bills for encounters without seeing him. Says he sees him but doesn't. Is this legit? Do Endocrine docs bill without seeing patients/is that allowed? Thanks! (Source: Student Doctor Network ..read more
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Re: The shared risk of diabetes between dog and cat owners and their pets: register based cohort study
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2w ago
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Drinking water during virtual interviews
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2w ago
I have gotten used to the habit of having a cup of water next to me during zoom calls... would sipping during interviews be considered rude? Edit: I have diabetes and drink a lot in general, but I can for sure manage without drinking for the duration of the interview. (Source: Student Doctor Network) MedWorm Message: Have you tried our new medical search engine? More powerful than before. 100% free ..read more
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Re: Artificial pancreases for type 1 diabetes: Better access is “watershed moment”—but delivery is key
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2w ago
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Re: Diabetic ketoacidosis with SGLT2 inhibitors
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WAMC/School List Advice
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1M ago
Would appreciate advice on creating a school lists for the 24-25 cycle. Ethnicity/State of Resident Nontraditional, black female, URM US citizen and NY resident GPA Undergrad sGPA 3.23, post bacc sGPA 3.6 and cGPA 3.38 MCAT 498 (122/124/123/129) Undergraduate institution Private: Ivy league Non- clinical volunteering: 5000+ hours: beach clean ups, soup kitchen, diabetes walks, AIDS walk, feeding America food distribution, guardian ad litem volunteer... Read more (Source: Student Doctor Network ..read more
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Free Conferences for Students (and some Residents)
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1M ago
Many conferences will let students come for free. I'll start compiling a list as I become aware of them. If you know of any, feel free to add here. TexFix March 16-17, 2024 San Antonio, TX Sponsor: UTHSCSA Free for students and residents in Texas programs. Other residents discounted. Basics on external fixation constructs, use of ex fix for complex soft tissue and osseous deformities, dry and wet labs Diabetic Limb Salvage Conference May 11-14, 2024 Washington, DC... Read more (Source: Student Doctor Network ..read more
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1 week to study for NAPLEX help
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1M ago
So the inevitable procrastination bug hit me after school and now there is only a week left for me to study for the NAPLEX. Finally opened the RxPrep textbook but besides math, HIV, and oncology, what other sections are recommended to study? Should I just start doing practice questions? I feel pretty confident in the key disease states from school like diabetes, CVD, asthma/COPD. But are there a lot of compounding, and other random things on there? Just wondering what other people did to... Read more (Source: Student Doctor Network ..read more
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CRIP Review 2024
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1M ago
Just leaving CRIP in Dallas and I wanted to first say how impressed I was with the quality of students interviewing. Most students were well-prepared to answer academic questions and work-up a case presentation. This is truly a testament to their education and training in podiatry school. Also, I'm happy to see many students who identify limb salvage as a field of interest. The opportunity most students have for improvement is on their interview style. Here are some pointers while they are... Read more (Source: Student Doctor Network ..read more
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