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25 Items Doctors Typically Pack for Vacation

25 Items Doctors Typically Pack for Vacation

When you pack for a vacation you probably load up on SPF 15 (or higher), hand sanitizer (pocket bac, floating pac), tissues, and ibuprofen. That’s ...
4 AGPCNP Free Practice Questions for the ANCC Exam

4 AGPCNP Free Practice Questions for the ANCC Exam

Just started studying for your Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Board Certification Exam?  Whether you've been reviewing for mont ...
BoardVitals Partners with ZDoggMD to Honor Nurses with ‘Nurse Virginia’ Video

BoardVitals Partners with ZDoggMD to Honor Nurses with ‘Nurse Virginia’ Video

As part of National Nurses Week, BoardVitals Partnered with ZDoggMD with this "Nurse Virginia" video, which is a parody on the song, "Meet Virgini ...
USMLE Step 1 Question Banks: UWorld vs Kaplan vs BoardVitals

USMLE Step 1 Question Banks: UWorld vs Kaplan vs BoardVitals

Are you getting ready to take your USMLE Step 1 exam? We get asked all the time about how the BoardVitals Step 1 Question Bank compares to UWorld ...
BoardVitals Updates NCLEX® Question Banks to Help Combat Test Anxiety

BoardVitals Updates NCLEX® Question Banks to Help Combat Test Anxiety

Have you heard? The BoardVitals NCLEX RN® and NCLEX PN® banks have been updated with new features to help you learn better, gain relevant practice ...
Is Medical Marijuana FDA Approved?

Is Medical Marijuana FDA Approved?

If you think marijuana (weed, dope, grass, reefer) is a legal, FDA approved, prescription drug, you’re not alone - but you may not be correct. The ...
Physician Health Part II: Prioritizing Exercise with a Busy Schedule

Physician Health Part II: Prioritizing Exercise with a Busy Schedule

Last week, in the first part of our three-part series on physician health, we talked about the consequences of too little sleep. This week we are ...
Physician Health Part I: Doctors and Sleep, Reality & Consequences

Physician Health Part I: Doctors and Sleep, Reality & Consequences

Welcome to our 3-part series on doctors and their well-being - or lack of it. In Part I, we are going to focus on doctors and sleep. Part II will ...
Tips on Filing Taxes for Medical Students and Residents

Tips on Filing Taxes for Medical Students and Residents

It’s tax season and that means medical students and residents are asking many questions about what is, and is not, deductible on their 2018 tax fi ...
Dose Response Curve for Radiation Question Video Explanation

Dose Response Curve for Radiation Question Video Explanation

If you're sitting for the ARRT Radiography Exam in the near future, you may want to make sure you understand dose-response curves. It's a topic th ...
Match Day: The Emotional Rollercoaster

Match Day: The Emotional Rollercoaster

There are Triple Threat Wrestling Matches, keyword matches, and even a book of matches, but if you are reading this chances are the Residency Matc ...
The Best Match Day Songs Feat. The Who, Rebecca Black, Linkin Park

The Best Match Day Songs Feat. The Who, Rebecca Black, Linkin Park

So you made it through med school. Between the endless studying, countless tests, and sleepless nights, your stress levels have been through the r ...
Resident Match: What if You Don’t Match?

Resident Match: What if You Don’t Match?

If everyone is running around celebrating and you got news that you didn't match to any resident programs you applied to, it is not the end of the ...
Physician Happiness: Are They As Happy As You’d Expect?

Physician Happiness: Are They As Happy As You’d Expect?

People looking in from the outside often believe that physicians are happier, wealthier, thinner, and generally more satisfied with life than othe ...
Try to Ace This OBGYN MOC Practice Quiz

Try to Ace This OBGYN MOC Practice Quiz

Are you expecting your OBGYN MOC exam soon? Well, you better start refreshing your test-taking skills! The best way to get in the mindset is by ta ...
Study: Is Less Experience Better for the Patient?

Study: Is Less Experience Better for the Patient?

You walk into the room, your patient looks at you and says “How old are you anyway?” So much for confidence and credibility when trying to treat t ...
Physician-Patient Relationship: It’s About the Patient

Physician-Patient Relationship: It’s About the Patient

The physician-patient relationship lies at the heart of all medicine. It is the epicenter of care; the place where all information and data is gat ...
NEW MOCA-Peds Option Coming in 2019 for Pediatrics

NEW MOCA-Peds Option Coming in 2019 for Pediatrics

  The American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) has heard the call and answered. Beginning in 2019 there will be a new way to fulfill the require ...
3 Keys to Developing an Effective NCLEX® Study Plan

3 Keys to Developing an Effective NCLEX® Study Plan

  If you're getting ready for the NCLEX-RN®, you might be overwhelmed by getting prepared for it. Here are three tips to developing an eff ...
How to Stay Physically Active in Medical School

How to Stay Physically Active in Medical School

It’s the middle of the year. Let’s be real, you’re exhausted. There’s no vacation in sight…. almost no hope for the immediate future. If ...
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