In this video: "Osmosis Review | A study resource for Canadian Medical Students" I am going to review my experiences using Osmosis to help me study for my ICC clerkship final exams at UBC medical school. Osmosis is a study resource that has been invaluable to optimizing my learning during medical school. A feature I really appreciate about it, is that it makes medical education more accessible. The vast majority of their first-class resources are available completely free on their YouTube channel, but Osmosis Prime has more extensive resources if you want to delve further into the material or would like more support during your studying. I would recommend Osmosis to any Canadian Medical student.
I just want to make it clear that I have no financial incentive or payment received from Osmosis. It is a company I am in awe of, and I have used their resources since my first year of medical school at UBC to help with my studying. Preparing for my final exam for my ICC clerkship was challenging, so I contacted Osmosis to see if I could try out their excellent service temporarily and would make a review video on my experience. Here is more information about Osmosis:
Osmosis is a leading and rapidly growing medical education platform used by more than 1 million current and future health professionals as well as members of the public. Osmosis has the mission to empower the world’s clinicians and caregivers with the best learning experience possible. The Osmosis platform has a growing library of over 8,000 study questions, 15,000 flashcards and 1,200 videos. To learn more, visit their website
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