Widely available – free
Not including all the FOAM stuff (LITFL, Geekymedics, numerous podcasts) and the usual stuff: CKS NICE, NICE guidelines, etc. – because there’s so much of that!
- Indextra has been made free until July 2020.
- Textbooks mainly from the Oxford Handbooks, ABC of… and “At a Glance” series.
- The layout is deliberately mobile-friendly; I would have preferred something resembling the printed layout more closely.
- Royal College of General Practitioners undergrad resources
- Clinical toolkits are organised topically and link to further information
- BMJ infographics are really well-designed – good for a one-page summary.
- Learning in 10: short video lectures by Duke University and National University of Singapore
Widely available – paid
- Passmedicine: starting from £12/4 months. Classic, and not just for medical school finals. Enough questions to set a good base.
- Quesmed: More obscure questions than Passmed for £10/month or £35/12 months. Fewer, but trickier questions
- Pulsenotes: lecture notes for £5/month. Range is still small, but the live events seem pretty decent.
- Geekymedics: free app with in-app payments. Geekymedics is already a treasure trove, the in-app payments allow you to access the clinical resources in a mobile-friendly format.
Access granted via uni
- Capsule cases: hundreds of case studies written by BSUH tutors. Generally good stuff, though there are mistakes.
- GP CPD/Red Whale handbooks: good for one-page summaries of topics
- Speaking Clinically: videos of people explaining their firsthand experience of health conditions
- Health Education England NHS Nightingale lesson plans: lesson plans on critical care topics from a mostly nursing perspective
Aware of gaps – e.g. @brownskinmatters for clinical skin signs on non-white skin – I do need to look for more. Because racism is a cause of preventable deaths!!