Online medical texts in a variety of specialties are available to view or download.
Complete guide detailing steps to become a medical doctor, written by a doctor, with many terms explained.
As final exams approach for freshman medical students at the University of Maryland, they reflect on what they've learned in the gross anatomy lab. NPR's Melissa Block visits the lab in the second of a series about gross anatomy and body donation. [12:05 streaming audio broadcast]
A visit to the first day of gross anatomy lab. Part one of a series following first-year medical students. NPR's Melissa Block reports. [10:31 streaming audio broadcast]
Offers a part-time, non-residential Master of Science in healthcare management for physicians.
Medical updates, weekly "grand-rounds" type cases including pathological slides and discussions with up-to-date references. Free PalmOS applications, including ePharmacopoeia.
Assists medical students in choosing a medical specialty. Rate multiple "I tend to..." statements, then a rank order list of specialties will be generated based on likes and dislikes.
Information on Credentialing from the American Medical Association.
Guide to getting into medical and dental schools. Includes information, links and a message board.
Course is run under the auspices of the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Institute of Molecular Medicine, Trinity College Dublin.
Basic Microsurgical Course (40 hours), Advanced Course (12 hours), Microsurgery Laboratory, Indiana University Medical Center.
Located in Nova Scotia, Canada. Offers information about the school, its programs and a newsletter.
Autopsy cases, anatomy and physiology information and images from Leicester University.
Graduate Diploma and Masters of Science at University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia.
Online resources for medical students, with a special emphasis on practice questions and exams for basic and clinical science courses.
EPERC is the medical educator resource for peer-reviewed end of life teaching materials, recommended books and articles, upcoming conferences, and training and funding opportunities.
UK company able to organise electives in India, Kenya and Peru.
Medical and pharmacological news, case studies and specialty and subspecialty-specific updates on latest in treatment and research.
A nonprofit education and research organization. Its mission is training hand surgeons, supporting research, and informing the public.
Services for medical students and for professionals, including discounted book services, discounted phone services, and discounted electronics. This site targets practitioners in the USA.
Educational resources relating to the healthcare industry. Many specialties are listed with a brief summary of responsibilities, educational requirements, and schools offering these programs.
A comprehensive educational and reference resource for medical and nursing students. Includes eponyms, acronyms, ABG calculator, physical exam basics.
Medical doctors can review electronic medical information resources available in any of the following media: browsable WWW sites, or downloadable datasets and software, or on CD-ROMS.
About the certified and non-certified programs and distant learning delivery systems offered by this facility in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Noncommercial public organization, which was created with the purpose to support the development of endoscopic surgery and gynaecology in Russia.
A national nonprofit professional organization involved in the continuum of medical education.
For medical students and instructors. Includes free MCQs, sample chapters and images from leading medical textbooks, plus competitions and games.
A digital library of authoritative medical information for all students of medicine.
Offers courses and programs for the UMAT health professional examinations. Australia.
Non-profit foundation provides details of programs to improve international health professional education.
Information about the medical studies in English for foreign students. Admission criteria. Curricula. Basic medical and clinical science.