Med101_2010_present

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Med School 101
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Presentation Contents Typical MS1 day Studying Tips Resources: What you need Med School Life/Student Wellness
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Part I: Typical Day
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Typical MS1 Day-A few Points No set schedule: Varies day to day and week to week Always check your online schedule (Link Below » http://medinfo.ufl.edu/cgi-bin/ecal.cgi?dir=c14yr1;mon=100
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Typical MS1 Day-Schedule
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Morning Rise and Shine vs. Stay home and sleep Mornings are usually filled with “IST”, EPC, or Radiology Plan your morning according to your own preferences.
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Independent Study Time (IST) AKA Independent Sleep Time Big blocks of IST in mornings without EPC or Radiology Take advantage of these to come into anatomy lab or look at histology slides Faculty often present in labs to assist you
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Typical MS1 Day Essentials of Patient Care (EPC) Often in the mornings, but NOT everyday Clinical Skills practice 1 hour at scheduled time Radiology Scattered throughout each unit Random days and times
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Lunch Always from 12pm-1pm This is the most consistent part of your schedule. During this time, many interest groups will have lunch meetings with great speakers and usually FREE LUNCH! Also you can go to the Sun Terrace or Steps by the Founders Gallery to enjoy an hour break before you start classes
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Afternoon Anatomy and Histology Lectures: Lectures are 50 minutes long in the afternoons and are either anatomy, histology or both depending on the day. Anatomy and Histology Labs Anatomy lab or Histology lab is 3 hours long, follows lecture and concludes at 5pm
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Take a break Go home, eat, workout, relax etc. for a few hours Come back to labs, library, blue room but leave at a decent hour Go to bed and wake up and do it again! Preview vs. Review
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