A brief update on some recent milestones for Eric's Medical Lectures, and what to expect in the near future.
Some other favorite med ed channels (not a complete list):
Armando Hasudungan - Very visual with original artwork, focuses mostly on physiology, biochem, and immunology
ftplectures - Clinically oriented topics, chalk-talk style
Paul Bolin - PowerPoint based, high volume of videos, geared for USMLE step 2 and 3 preparation
AnatomyZone - Extremely detailed, very visual videos to supplement med school anatomy course
Student Doctor Thompson - Not strictly med ed, but gives great advice on how to thrive in med school
TheEDExitVideo - Very brief, high-yield pearls about e-med, including lots of procedures
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