General Medical Education:
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Stanford Medicine 25 is a web-based bedside physical exam resource. It covers 25 “must know” approaches and examinations for General Internal Medicine. If you want to brush up on a particular examination technique like the knee exam, there are helpful videos and exam templates to guide you through.
GIM Procedures is a Toronto developed resource with a step-by-step guide to re-familiarize physicians with common GIM procedures (thoracentesis, central line etc.). The website has an equipment list, videos to review the technique and consent guides.
Try ecgmadesimple. Sign up for a free account and you’ll have access to a large repository of ECG tutorials and practice ECGs to help improve your knowledge in the art and science of ECG interpretation
For more practice, ECG Wave-Maven has hundreds of ECGs which are sorted by difficulty and diagnosis. These are great to pull up when you have a quiet
Physical Examination Tools for heart sounds and murmurs:
UKidney-Internet School of Nephrology
Thrombosis Canada-contains many useful clinical guides, resources, and anticoagulation-related calculators/risk indices
American College of Rheumatology Guidelines
American Academy of Dermatology -Core Curriculum/Modules
Imaging Reviews & Tutorials: