By Ryan Aycock, first published 2005, with the fourth edition updated in 2009. A fantastic resource for all premedical students (even students in other pre-health fields) at every stage of the process. Completely free, distributed under the Creative Commons Deed. (PDF File)
A high-powered flashcard program, allowing sequential, random, or targeted quizzes. Q-> A or A->Q order. Full formatting allowed, including bullet points, underlining, italics, etc. Tracks time for quiz and time for last quiz, and records date reviewed. REQUIRES MICROSOFT EXCEL. Thanks to Patrick Gaston.
Image flashcard program. Allows several lines of text for each image. Quizzes are simple to make. Users can zoom and move images on the fly. Random and sequential quizzes possible. Thanks to Patrick Gaston.
Designed for learning tables of information. For example, you might want to study several points about a list of drugs (mechanism, uses, side effects, etc.). FlashTable allows you to review any or all of these points. Also allows reverse quiz, giving the points until you provide the drug name. This version is fully functional and contains 50 drugs. Thanks to Patrick Gaston.
Reads in text outlines, transforming them into graphical “mind maps” of the information. A great way to study or to prepare for giving presentations. Incredibly simple to use. In addition to the center-out mind map format, also makes vertical and horizontal flowcharts/decision trees. Thanks to Patrick Gaston.
A test and study timer for your desktop. Includes count-up and count-down timers, clock, and alarm. As accurate as your computer’s internal timer. As the author states I use it to keep my arse in the chair studying for an hour at a time. Thanks to Patrick Gaston.
Tracking card for patients in a hospital setting.
Tracking card for patients in a clinical setting in order to maximize HEDIS guideline compliance.
Patient hospital admission sheet, contains areas for labs and studies. Special thanks to M. Alo!
Hospital progress note. Special thanks to M. Alo!
Well designed full page form which can be folded down to a 1/2 page for easy pocket storage. Multiple areas for lab data and studies. Special thanks to M. Alo!
If they’re cool, we’ll post them here for all to enjoy!
Although they’re so 2008… go ironically retro and show your true allegiances in typical campaign bumper-sticker style.
Choose your community: DDS | DMD | Medical | Optometry | Pharmacy | Podiatry | Psychology
SDN “Campaign” Posters / Bumper-Sticker Format (8.5 x 11 Inches B&W – Adobe PDF)
SDN Eye Chart Poster
Yeah this one is pretty cool. A little vintage (2004) but it still works well.
SDN “Eye Chart” Poster (8.5 x 11 Inches Color – Adobe PDF)
SDN Mentos Guy Poster
Our first ever promotional poster (2001), totally out of date now, but it’s retro.
SDN ‘Mentos Guy’ Poster. (8.5 x 11 Inches B&W – Adobe PDF)