Resources and references

Because there’s more to the Internet than UpToDate…


  • Clinical Correlations is a peer-reviewed treasure trove run by the NYU School of Medicine. It’s awesome! I aspire to be like them.
  • E(B)M: an emergency medicine residency blog that has great cases and great learning
  • This is more than just a blog: Life in the Fast Lane is a well-curated, thoughtful website with hundreds of case examples and real-life ECGs for practicing interpretation
  • tldr;pharmacy does for pharmacy what I aspire to do for medicine. The articles are no-nonsense, engaging, and immediately applicable.


  • Download Wiki Journal Club : excellent, concise summaries of major papers. You can access the talking points for hundreds of studies on your smartphone on rounds and look like a superstar
  • 2-Minute Medicine is a shortlist of the latest breakthroughs in medicine, and subscribing to their daily email gives you something fun to wake up to (if you’re weird like me)
  • Also sign up for NEJM Journal Watch, which is like “morning headlines” of internal medicine. It’s a great way to stay abreast of all the new literature coming out and get a 1-2 line editorial from someone who knows what they’re talking about.


  • I recently went through the Society of Hospital Medicine learning modules. By signing up for a free account, you get access to 20+ v. good modules on topics that EVERY inpatient medicine provider will deal with at some point, written by hospitalists, with multiple choice practice questions.

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