Completeness: Understand Medicine from Patient to DNA

Start with the clinical presentation of the patient who walks in the door. Explain their symptoms through the regional anatomy down to the tissue level, cell ultrastructure, biochemistry, proteins, and DNA with no gaps.


Think like a Doctor: See the Patient - Who Walks in the Door?

Clinical reasoning requires identifying the chief complaint, narrowing down the differential diagnosis, and explaining the natural history. Always start with Age, Gender, Timeframe.


Clinical Medicine is Built on a Foundation of Basic Sciences

The biggest and hardest step to make in medical school is to shift from subject-based learning to patient-centered learning. There are no “subjects” …only patients. Focus on physician-relevant knowledge and de-emphasize rote memorization.


There Is No Easy Way To Learn Medicine, But The Process Can Be Made Orderly

Remember That You Are Not Just Studying For An Exam. This Is The Best Preparation For Practicing Medicine. You, Will, Be Rewarded Many Times Over For Learning Your Basic Sciences The Right Way. As Fourth Year Students Will Tell You, The Best Way To Get Ready For Step 2 Is To Get Ready For Step 1.


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