VCOM- class of 2022
Hello! I will be attending VCOM this fall and was wondering what type of laptops y'all will be using? I have heard the exam software that students use damages their laptop. Was wondering if y'all are buying new ones (i.e., surface pro notebook) or old ones? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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Received a C in Organic Chemistry I
I received a C in organic chemistry I for being tardy to every single lecture in a small classroom. I have A's in the rest of my classes. How bad is this if I want to get an MD/PhD? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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C- in Organic Chem 2
Hello, I'm sure this will just get looped in with the whole "anal premed" spiel - but I was wondering if I should retake my organic chemistry grade from the semester. I just finished up my sophomore year and have a C- in organic 2. For reference, I had a B- in organic 1. This is the worst I've ever done in a class, and I am unsure if I would be able to do better if I were to retake it. In comparison, my other prereqs so far are mostly A's (with a B+ and an A- or two). I've seen many forums... C- in Organic Chem 2 (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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What do I need to do to make it where I want to be?
So here is where I am now: cGPA: 3.31 sGPA: 3.58 ORM I have read Goro's post on starting over. I'm asking for specific help about entrance into specific universities. I have a plan B (and C and D). I only have the math portion of my pre-reqs done. All the rest will be done DIY post-bacc style. Poor cGPA from failing a couple of French classes (long story). I had a 3.68 in my major (math) so I do believe it is possible to get a 3.7+ on post-bacc science courses. I've run the numbers.... What do I need to do to make it where I want to be? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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Looking for Extreme Critiques of my PS for MD2019
This is technically my first time writing my personal statement for real. Was wondering if anyone would like to take a look at it, propose how adcoms would react, whether or not it's unique enough, etc. (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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How to Match to Low vs. Mid vs. High Tier Residencies?
I'm a rising MS1 and I'm trying to set goals and expectations for med school. I have found the differences in difficulty and expectations pretty clear for getting into different specialties (e.g. avg. step scores for a specialties, specialty specific research for competitive specialties, AOA, etc.) but I'm confused about how to go about setting goals and expectations for getting into programs within a specialty. Within a given specialty, what might a successful applicant at a top tier... How to Match to Low vs. Mid vs. High Tier Residencies? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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filling out AACOMAS
for assigning pre-reqs to specific schools, do they want EVERY single class that relates to a topic (ex: biological sciences) or are the general basics good enough? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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Females.
Simple applicant question: Are women a URM? Thank you. (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center Residency Reviews
Lincoln Interview Review At this late point in the season, this is more for next year's crowd then for us. The day started at 12pm. Yes, that's 12pm! 12-14 applicants were present. The PD (Dr. Gernsheimer) indicated that this year has been very competitive and hardly anyone has canceled their interviews late in the season (meaning he didn't expect so many people). Parking is available in the parking garage "at a nominal fee". I parked on the street without a... Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center Residency Reviews (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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Anyone willing to help with Review my TMDAS essays
I'm looking for some feedback for my essays which need some work. The content and structure I think needs work right now. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks! (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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Minimum GPA for AMCAS or AACOM?
I am searching for verification. Answers on the internet have been mixed and elusive. I have heard that the GPA minimum is 2.8 for AMCAS... Does this mean that one simply would not be able to apply to medical school without having a cumulative GPA of 2.8? Is there a minimum GPA for applying DO? Thank you. (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 7, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: lohwey1210 Source Type: forums

What ’s the next logical step? (Advice)
To whomever is willing to impart advice, I ask what should my next steps be? What would your next steps be? Apologize beforehand for the longer than usual post on here but I’d like to give you a sense of me as to better direct your advice. Thank you. I graduated from the University of Georgia (go dawgs), this past fall, with a 3.08 overall GPA and a 2.8 science GPA. Prior to attending UGA in the fall of 2015, I attended other colleges in the state and came in with a 3.71 GPA. I’d say I did... What’s the next logical step? (Advice) (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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What is your school's start to finish success rate?
Like caribbean schools, the numbers need to be made available on the actual success rate of each class, meaning full attrition of how many of the students that start on day one make it to graduation with a secured residency spot. I know my school has had drop outs, held back a year, and kicked students out, much higher attrition than I could imagine as a premed, but these obviously do not show up match or even "placement" statistics. Part of the schools answer to the merger has been to... What is your school's start to finish success rate? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 7, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: Staphylococcus Aureus Source Type: forums

ACCP BCPS 2018 Material
Anyone planning to take the BCPS Fall 2018/Spring 2019 interested in chipping in for the ACCP materials? They just recently released the 2018 material and I'm trying to get a group of people together and we can split the costs for the online package: "Updates in Therapeutics®: Pharmacotherapy Preparatory Review and Recertification Course, 2018 Edition" downloadable/printable PDFs of two-volume workbook streaming audio/slide synchronized presentations ... ACCP BCPS 2018 Material (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 7, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: sanyu Source Type: forums

Flexibility on odd pre-reqs? (Exa. Berkeley)
Certain schools like Berkeley have other pre-reqs like Immunology. Are they flexible on waiving those requirements? I'm almost done with my pre-reqs but i'm unsure how to fit in these classes to my schedule. Has anyone gotten accepted into Optometry school without completing one of the abnormal pre-requisites required by a school? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 7, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: EyeSee20 Source Type: forums

Future activities on aadsas?
Hello, I will be starting a new job in July. I know that aadsas opens in June for submission. I am wondering if I can indicate on aadsas that I will be starting a new job in July and just submit in June? Do people do this? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 7, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: taeyeonlover Source Type: forums

Am I a URM? I'm confuzzled.
Hello fellow SDNers! I am half Peruvian half Puerto Rican, so the question is as follows: Would I be considered URM? I am fluent in Spanish and Italian as well (not sure if it's relevant so I will just put that on the table). Thanks to any SDNer who offers valuable insight (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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When Should i submit my application by?
I am familiar with the MD process but a little confused with DO. Since the app opened on May 3rd, can we submit it whenever we want? I know MD cant submit until May 31. Is there a recommended time frame to submit it by? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 7, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: JugglesMed Source Type: forums

Treating aggression in patients with intellectual disability?
A while ago I sat in with a patient in a psych clinic who had intellectual disability and a history of aggressive behavior. The patient's caretakers were coming in asking if anything can help with the aggression. If I remember correctly the resident prescribed Risperidone and I have no follow-up to see if that helped at all. Just wondering if anyone knows of some data or has personal experience with pharmacological treatment of aggression in patients with ID. I looked around on pubmed and... Treating aggression in patients with intellectual disability? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 7, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: chajjohnson Source Type: forums

WAMC: Nontrad-ish reapplicant struggling with a school list
Hi all, So, I am a reapplicant. I applied three cycles ago (2016) and have had pretty significant improvement to my app in the last three years (I think?). I know what I did wrong my first time around (applied too narrowly- only 6 schools, low MCAT, avg ECs). Now that I’m reapplying, I have absolutely no idea where I’m even competitive. cGPA from undergrad is 3.88 and sGPA: 3.81; about to finish my MPH with a 4.0 new MCAT score (taken March 2018): 517... WAMC: Nontrad-ish reapplicant struggling with a school list (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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Need Help With School List
Hello guys I am finalizing my application and I am on the last part where I need to select the schools to apply to. Stats: GPA: 4.0 508 MCAT 126/126/127/129 Florida Resident Hispanic (Cuban) UCF for undergrad 200 hours volunteering in ER, 100 in main hospital, 75 hour clinical internship. 90 hours shadowing 5 different doctors 75 hours volunteering with special needs children, 35 hours at orphanage, 40 hours other volunteering 1 week medical mission trip No research Summa Cum Laude, Top... Need Help With School List (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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3rd yr med student trying to decide between em vs im, input is much appreciated!
Third-year med student still a bit torn between EM vs IM. The first month of IM I loved it. I was getting to use my knowledge of pathophysiology to build differentials and I especially loved the cerebral aspect of it. The second month was much more difficult. I did not like rounding and writing the same things over and over in the notes every day. My tolerance could have been lower because I was pretty drained. Did a month in the ED and loved the pace and team atmosphere, the mixture of... 3rd yr med student trying to decide between em vs im, input is much appreciated! (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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Help with where to apply
Hi Everyone, I am looking for advice as to where to apply. I have applied twice before, but I'm feeling much more confident about this round and would like input. I am NOT planning to retake the DAT, so please don't recommend that on this thread. Stats: Undergraduate oGPA: 3.67 Undergraduate sGPA: 3.33 Graduate GPA: 3.8 (In a program well-known for being competitive) DAT AA: 19 DAT Science: 19 Solid LORs, ~ 200 shadowing hours, work for the university, ample volunteer work, research in... Help with where to apply (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 7, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: DentlifeKy Source Type: forums

FlexMed Question
Hi all, Are AP scores taken into consideration when the admissions committee looks at applicants for the FlexMed program? I took AP Chemistry in high school, and didn't do so hot on the AP (I got a 2), so I'm taking chemistry again in college. Will they look at my AP score/do I have to send any AP scores, or will they only focus on the grade on my high school and college transcripts? Thanks in advance! (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 7, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: Futuredoc137 Source Type: forums

Quarter Schedule and AMCAS Transcript
I go to a quarter schedule school where the grades for this Spring Quarter will not be released until 6/18. Should I submit my AMCAS on 6/1 (with up to Winter Quarter grades) or should I wait until 6/18? I know that earlier will be advantageous for getting interviews but adding on Spring Quarter grades will likely bump my cGPA up to a 3.85 whereas I would have a 3.83 if I submit without. Thanks for your help (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 7, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: Master Thinker Source Type: forums

Ethical Dilemma: Who to sell your practice to?
Mid-career MD has sunk heart and soul into a creating an opioid-free MSK/Spine practice in New England. Spouse (only child) parents develop severe, chronic health issues on opposite coast necessitating virtual 24/7 care. MD-owner has been living "bi-coastal" lifestyle for 2 years while spouse and elementary-school aged kids stabilize family's health issues. A decision is made for MD-owner to relocate and reunite the family. MD lists practice with various brokers, B2B agencies, etc...no... Ethical Dilemma: Who to sell your practice to? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 7, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: drusso Source Type: forums

BDS 5 years in India - opportunities in USA?
Hello, I did my bachelors in dental surgery and wish to practice dentistry in USA. I have come across many threads and forums, have cme across about NBDE exams clearance to get into masters program (DDS). Someone can help what are the other possibile ways to practice dentistry with out DDS ? My visa status will be student visa and still in India. what other opportunities i have in USA if i am not able to suport financial aid for DDS and not able to practice dentistry? Can someone please... BDS 5 years in India - opportunities in USA? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 7, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: dilsru Source Type: forums

Midwestern vs. Des Moines (DO programs)
Hi all! PLEASE HELP! I never thought I'd be in the situation where I had the opportunity to CHOOSE between two great schools that I love, but here I am! I have made a list of pros and cons. However, I would love your help and advice when it comes to choosing between these schools! Midwestern Pros - - I'm originally from the suburbs of Chicago, so I could commute to school and save lots of $$$ - close to family + friends - great reputation - already know people going there and some... Midwestern vs. Des Moines (DO programs) (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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Can I legally scrub-in while shadowing?
In NY state, am I (an undergraduate) legally allowed to scrub into surgery in a hospital? Stuff that I may be doing: helping cut sutures, holding the patients skin together while the surgeon applies sutures, helping wipe away blood on the patient. Is this allowed? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: mariambaby3 Source Type: forums

Retaking C's for my core classes?
I know there's lot of thread regarding retaking C's and how is it not beneficial to retake these core classes, but how about for person who have very low GPA? I have these core classes that I took 10 years ago and I did not do well. These courses I have taken back in 2008-2009 at community college: Gen Chem 1: C Gen Chem 2: C Calculus: C General Bio: C General Bio II: D Physics 1-3: All C's Genetics: D Recently at university: Organic Chemistry 1: B Organic Chemistry... Retaking C's for my core classes? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: retrofusion720 Source Type: forums

High MCAT score with unfinished preqs questions
A buddy if mine scored really well on the MCAT last month he scored a 520. He has not finished the preqs yet I believe he had 4 or 5 left but wanted to apply for the upcoming cycle. He wishes to begin in the fall of 2019. Anyways. He has some extracurrcular activities here and there and has a GPA of 3.5 so far. I'm thinking he has a chance of getting in a school and that the school that accepts him tells him to finish a couple of those courses before matriculation. He spoke to an advisor and... High MCAT score with unfinished preqs questions (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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Soon to be hem/onc fellow AMA
I'm bored so I've ventured in to the allopathic forum. I'm an IM resident starting a hem/onc fellowship in July and am here if anyone has any questions about IM, oncology, life after med school, medicine in general or anything that you can think of. Ask me anything! (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: whoknows2012 Source Type: forums

Uncommon situation - information greatly appreciated!
Thank you in advance for taking the time to reply. I am already an advanced practice provider with a doctorate. I'm applying for medical school now (I want to do surgery and care for patients who are deemed high risk in my specialty. Life circumstances put this original plan on hold). I am considering The Reserves. The branch is undecided at this time. I did come from a military family but no one went in as an officer or was in medicine so I can't ask them. Please be blunt. ... Uncommon situation - information greatly appreciated! (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: Dancing247 Source Type: forums

VSAS Anesthesiology thread
Was hoping we can get the community together more (or at least the anesthesia hopeful lurkers) to talk about rotations here. Certain places, opportunities, acceptance/rejections. Also maybe where you had a good experience. Still waiting on a lot of mine to come through, but starting to feel like I wont hear back. I've received two, one has a residency while one does not. Hoping to get some experience and a good LOR's nonetheless. I'm wondering when its time to lock down my schedule... VSAS Anesthesiology thread (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: agent_purple Source Type: forums

CVS Long Term Care versus CVS Retail
Hello all, I’m graduating soon and would like some insight for those who have an idea or experience with both pathways of work. I’ve worked in retail all through pharmacy school and prior. Both as a technician and a pharmacy intern. I do obviously know it’s a whole another ball game as the pharmacist standpoint, I was just curious if anyone had ever made the switch to Long Term Care with either Omnicare or any other company. How is the quality of life? Any pros/cons, or benefits? I... CVS Long Term Care versus CVS Retail (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: Cleaveland Source Type: forums

eneterohepatic cycling
why do alcoholics have reduced enterohepatic cycling of folate, and also with ileal disease you have decreased enterohepatic cycling, whats the reason? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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Surgical PA
Anyone have direct experience or knowledge on what this is like - experience and pay-wise? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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Parenting in my experiences section on AMCAS
Hello! I am a prospective medical student who is finishing up Junior year and filling out my AMCAS. My girlfriend and I are the parents of a wonderful 3 year old boy who has shaped our lives in more ways we could have imagined. I think that I would like to include being a parent as one of my meaningful experiences because being a parent has really allowed me to learn a lot of things about myself that I would not have otherwise. My question is has anyone else done this before and if so how... Parenting in my experiences section on AMCAS (Source: Student Doctor Network)
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Pre-DPT Financial Analysis
Hi Everyone- We just created a free tool that helps Pre-DPTs evaluate various DPT programs from a financial perspective as well as cost-to-income rankings for each program. Being Pre-DPT students I wanted to get your opinions on what else you would like to be included in the tool to help you make your decision. So far the following is already included: Tuition and School Cost Estimated Cost Living Expected Future Income Based On Where You Want To Live Post-Graduation and The Area Of... Pre-DPT Financial Analysis (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: FitBUX Source Type: forums

Chances of IIs this cycle?
Hi everyone, Just wanted to post my stats and experiences to hopefully get feedback from all of you re : chances of MD / DO acceptance for 2019. I did apply to AMCAS last cycle, was overconfident af , and got ZERO IIs. So obviously my plan is now be realistic and apply ~ 10 DO and 5 MDs (no idea what low-tier programs I'd even be eligible for): 3.6 GPA / 3.4 sGPA 505 MCAT (took 1x) 2 years post-grad biomed research summer undergrad research shadowing in 5+ specialties tons of... Chances of IIs this cycle? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: doctorishd Source Type: forums

Car Thread #2: Used sports car under $35K
Okay, so if I had $35K to spend on a used sports car to drive for a year or two until the kids come (and I trade it in on a BMW wagon), what should I buy? My vision was a used 911, like an 06 S cabriolet, but the model-year/price/engine-not-blowing-up Venn diagram isn't quite overlapping. So what's the next best? Must have back seat for my mother-in-law (true), manual transmission, and loud stereo. Low douche-factor. Used M3? TT? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: cchoukal Source Type: forums

Test in 6 weeks
Took NBME 16 pre-dedicated today (whether it was ignorant to choose that one or whatever, the decision has already been made). 194... decently above avg student but not at “the top of my class”. Exam is in about 5.5 weeks. Any thoughts on what a realistic jump is from this point forward? I plan on working as hard as I can, but don’t quite know what to take away from this. Feel free to PM any personal experiences. Any inputs appreciated. (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: medbro Source Type: forums

Dr. Effing Oz
Trump appointing Dr. Oz to his sport, fitness and nutrition council - CNNPolitics there are no words. doctodd et al, im typing in your general direction..... (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: SSdoc33 Source Type: forums

Please Help Me With Gap Year Timeline, My Advisor Knows Nothing
So I am planning on taking a gap year, but in that case, when do I have to take the mcat? My advisor told me to take it during my gap year but from what I can tell, for a gap year, you have to take it the summer before your senior year, is that true? In that case, when do I submit my applications, August of Summer after my senior year (I want to get my apps in early)? I am so confused because everything he has told me seems like its completely wrong, and his career is being a medical school... Please Help Me With Gap Year Timeline, My Advisor Knows Nothing (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: isopropylhexene Source Type: forums

Admission w/ Early Undergrad Academic Dishonesty
During my sophomore year, a paper of mine for a non-science class outside my major was flagged for plagiarism, which I admitted to. This resulted in an suspension and an IA in my file, but nothing is listed on my transcript. I intend to disclose this when I apply, as I believe in taking responsibility for this selfish, foolish action. I am remorseful for my mistake and have grown and moved past it on a personal level, but realize that adcoms will be taking a chance on me during the... Admission w/ Early Undergrad Academic Dishonesty (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: throwawayxxx Source Type: forums

Any Loan expert?
I am having difficulty making decision about which loan payment plan I need to apply for. Btw, I have graduated from one of the most expensive school (you know which), and I believe income driven payment plan would be beneficial. Currently, my student loan is a little bit less than 600k..(yes, scary number). And, assuming that I earn about 350k per year (on average for several years from now), PAYE will have total amount paid of ~$950k within 20 years, while REPAYE will be ~$1.28M... Any Loan expert? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: hk64 Source Type: forums

Flexibility on odd pre-reqs? (Exa. Berkeley and OSU)
Certain schools like Berkeley and OSU have other pre-reqs like Immunology and Inorganic Chemistry. Are they flexible on waiving those requirements? I'm almost done with my pre-reqs but i'm unsure how to fit in these classes to my schedule. I'm interested in both schools. Has anyone gotten accepted into Optometry school without completing one of the abnormal pre-requisites required by a school? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: EyeSee20 Source Type: forums

punctate brain mets
Saw asymptomatic melanoma pt with several 1-2cm brain mets and 8-9 punctate lesions. In the past I used to treat everything, but I am really considering treating just the "overt" disease and closely following the rest. Would be interested to know how others are approaching this. (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: nkmiami Source Type: forums

Bridging
Please settle this debate... pt was an apixiban prior to admission for Afib. Pt admitted for chest pain, no planned procedures . MD wants to switch to Coumadin and patient’s INR =1.1. Consult was for Afib with goal of 2-3. No prior stroke/dvt/pe hx. Do you bridge or not? Sent from my iPhone using SDN mobile (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: Stella14 Source Type: forums

St. Augustine MOT - Spring Start
Hey I was wondering if anyone else was applying for the June Deadline for any of the St. Augustine Campuses. Stats? Also should I look into taking the GRE again? Any tips for interview if you've been through it? Major: B.S. Psychology, Concentration Health Studies; Minor Public Health Overall/Undergraduate GPA: still finishing but around a 3.25 Pre-Req GPA: 3.35 GRE: Verbal (147) Quantitative (150) Writing (4.0) Shadowing: (145 hours - 4 settings)... St. Augustine MOT - Spring Start (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - May 6, 2018 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: tlcot Source Type: forums