Many students in medical school use and, often times, benefit from board review materials such as Pathoma, OnlineMedEd, Dr. Najeeb videos, UWorld question bank, First Aid review book, etc. I used some of these materials in conjunction with my medical education and found them to be very useful for Step exams and for residency training in internal medicine.
This brings up several questions:
1) Is there a role for these resources in the "flipped" classroom model?
2) If so, are there ways these resources can be incorporated in the flipped classroom model?
3) Is there data regarding USMLE Step exam scores comparing students in the traditional model vs flipped classroom model?
Daniil Shimonov, PGY3 internal medicine resident
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