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Failing in Medical School

Reading Time: 5 minutes

Failure is generally viewed as the opposite of success. This in itself isn’t incorrect but it’s a different perspective. If I only learned one thing in medical school, it is that failure is necessary and can happen to just about anybody. Ok, that’s two things LOL! No matter how much of a prim and proper student you might be, slipping up every now and then isn’t unusual. (more…)

Dr. Wendy Evans-Uhegbu is a graduate of The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, with experience in Connected Health, Medical Technology, Clinical Research, Medical Education, and Web Design. She is a member of the Medics Abroad team with the role of Chief Communications Officer. She also runs a Medical Communications and Publishing business (www.odrcommunications.com), and is the author of the newly published children’s book “The Things Around Me”.

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The BEST Apps and Websites to get you through Med School

Reading Time: 4 minutes

Medicine and health sciences have come a long way from the days of relying solely on what you hear and see in class and in recommended textbooks to understand anatomical, physiological and pathological concepts. These days almost all students use medical apps to supplement their learning. Many colleges also have virtual learning environments where you can access lectures, ebooks, submit assignments, and so on. The benefits of using apps are evident- they are great for visualization and they are easily accessible. (more…)

Dr. Helen Zidon (MB BCh BAO LRCP SI) RCSI (Class of 2016) is the COO of Medics Abroad & the Medical Content and MENA Product Strategy Manager at 3D4Medical, an award-winning company at the forefront of Medical Technology. With a team of 3D artists and Software developers, she creates the most detailed 3D models of structures of the human body. These award-winning apps and models have been showcased at both Apple and Microsoft Keynote events, and are used daily by students, doctors, surgeons and for patient education.

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