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Archive of the posts written by author: FMS Team.

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Jun
1

Third Year Recommended Resources

The original purpose of FMstudent.com was to provide advice and recommendations to newly minted third year students on how to thrive in their first clinical year. Our founders are coming up on the end of intern year, however FMStudent will stay focused on the final two years…

Mar
12

SOAP 2017 and You

ACGME SOAP 2017

Tomorrow is the start of Match Week 2017. Across the country fourth years will be anxiously awaiting an email stating either “Congratulations You Matched” or… not. Today, those same medical students are quietly freaking out. That’s okay, and it’s normal. But my mother…

Jul
1

The Future of MedEd?

FMS interviews OnlineMedEd.org

Before we delve into the Future of MedEd, see my original review of OnlineMedEd’s free videos here: Resource Review, the first part of this series where I interview Jamie & Dustyn about their philosophy, part two where we discuss why their videos work for students and part…

Jun
24

How to Use OnlineMedEd to Succeed

FMS interviews OnlineMedEd.org

See my original review of OnlineMedEd’s free videos here: Resource Review, the first part of this series where I interview Jamie & Dustyn about their philosophy and part two where we discuss why their videos work for students. How to Use OnlineMedEd Although all the videos…

Jun
17

Why Do OnlineMedEd’s Free Clinical Education Videos Work?

FMS interviews OnlineMedEd.org

See my original review of OnlineMedEd’s free clinical education videos here: Resource Review and the first part of this series, interviewing Jamie & Dustyn about their philosophy. Why Do Free Clinical Education Videos Work? In some other Q&As I’ve read that Dustyn gives OnlineMedEd access to students…

Jun
10

The Philosophy Behind OnlineMedEd’s Free Videos

FMS Interviews the Folks Behind OnlineMedEd.org

To celebrate summer we’re doing a short series of posts interviewing Jamie and Dustyn, the creative awesomeness behind OnlineMedEd’s free videos. Pixie especially really loves the services they provide (both the great wealth of free videos and the additional paid services) and wanted…

May
6

Joining Family Medicine via the Scramble

Holly's Scramble

The AOA Scramble Overview Back in February, Pixie wrote an article about the osteopathic options post-Match, and discussed whether those who found themselves un-Matched should consider pursuing Family Medicine. Afterwards, we reached out to a few fourth year students who experienced the scramble themselves, and Holly was…

Apr
26

Our Favorite Posts: A Taste of FMstudent.com

Welcome in-Training.org Visitors! Welcome medical students and family medicine fans! Since you’re new we’d love to tell you about some posts we’re currently working on, and recommend you check out our favorite posts. We hope you enjoy your visit, and encourage you to check us out Twitter and…

Apr
20

DO Decisions: Should I do both Matches (ACGME vs AOA) in 2016/2017?

ERAS for ACGME

Tonight is the night before the ACGME side of the Match opens in ERAS. If you already applied on the AOA side then your curriculum vitae, personal statement and letters of recommendation are likely already complete in ERAS. It’s time to decide if…

Apr
16

Check us out on Facebook & Twitter

FMstudent is on Twitter and Facebook

In case you haven’t noticed the cute icons in the upper right corner, FMstudent is active on both Twitter (@FMStudent) and Facebook (FamilyMedicineRocks). We encourage you to check us out and follow us on both or either site, where we share great content from places…