Student-To-Student Tutoring Program
sessions are strictly confidential. *****
** This service is restricted to Southern Illinois University Medical
Overwhelmed by studying?
Having trouble with certain topics?
Can't find material on your learning
Want to study more effectively or
Afraid you can't fit all that
information in your head for upcoming exams?
If you said YES to any of these questions: Contact SIU
School of Medicine's Student to Student
service can arrange tutoring sessions for you to meet with a
year medical student who was in your shoes not long ago.
STS tutors can work with you on a variety of skills including:
topics you choose, identifying useful resources in textbooks or online,
discussing how to organize material for USMLE preparation, or even just
chatting once or twice to help ease the concerns of how to approach and
fit into 2nd or 3rd year.
Everyone has difficulty learning and studying during their
medical school career. None of us can learn it all.
So, if you feel like you could use some help, then go ahead
and let us help you.
Want to check it out or ask a question? You can
arrange as few as one session or a series of sessions.
further information or to request sessions please
P.O. Box 19650
Springfield, IL 6294-96050
||(Access through SOM Library website)
||Abstracts, updated daily from
medical literature in all specialties; email subscription for free
Links to great sites for anatomy, surgery, radiology,
||Incredible variety of links to
online texts, PDA resources, patient sims, organizations, pt education
sources, image search engines and much more
|MedMark Medical Bookmarks
||Virtual hospital and consumer
sections under each topic are most relevant; also lists all related
organizations/societies/school departments. Thorough topic listings,
with links to other related comprehensive sites as well. Well worth
||Clerkship Image Sites, Journal
synoptics, nature medicine, much more for med students
||Case reports, medicine links,
diaries, DocTalkRadio, newsgroups, fiction articles, free homepages
AHRQ from U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services.
A public resource for evidence-based
clinical practice guidelines
has a comprehensive medical mnemonics database, clinical OSCE database,
free online medical MCQ mock tests, medical downloads, rapid notes and
||Variety of Medicine Topics
||Extensive links to E-texts, E-zines,
career & medicine resources, USMLE review sites, lots more.
ROCKERS is a pioneering online networking service conceived to help
USMLE and Residency aspirants network with each other with ease.
||Quick reference quide for
brain compatible memory principles.
|Time Management Skills
||CD and Online Question Sets, Exam
|Kaplan Medical Testing
||Review courses for purchase, can
preview sample question banks, highly recommended by past students
|| USMLE prep in 4 week and extended
length series of review lectures, one-on-one tutoring and practice tests
|USMLE Web Site
||Application, deadlines, etc
by many students as the best USMLE practice question source
available. USMLE not only simulates the questions, but also the
computer based testing environment. Note: This service does cost
Anonymous - the Big Book Online
||The original 12 step site, online
||Documents on types of disorders,
therapies, more; Links to related sites, Newsletter
|| Erikson, Freud, Jung, Fromm, Maslow,
Piaget, et al
|| Components, functions, excellent
||Consensus statements, basic stroke
science, diagnosis, managment, Stroke Trials, more.
||Must be accessed through SIU computer, only by student. Excellent Neuro Exam; Disease
overview; Access with Siuneuro/student99
Clinic Site, SIU
||Definitions, Risk factors,
Treatments, Rehabilitation, Support
||CT/MRI films with variety of CNS
|| Variety of links all related to
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
||Links to 100s of other sites for
cases, tutorials, images on all pathology topics
online pathology lectures and practice exams. The website also
includes free high yield facts to review for USMLE exams.
|| Click on links for DSM criteria and
Review Books Page
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provides no guarantee regarding the accuracy of any of the
information on the included linked pages. Further, inclusion
page in no way represents an endorsement by Southern Illinois
University School of Medicine or any of its affiliates.
September 25, 2014