Medical Links


  • Student Links
    • The GS Lounge
      • This is a website put together by the Columbia University School of General Studies' student council (GSSC). It's new and it's slick, so check it out!
    • Student Doctor Network forums
      • The Student Doctor Network is a website full of useful information for Medical, Dental, Veterinary, and Osteopathic students.
    • MedFools.com
      • An excellent resource for everything from pre-Med to residency. Here you can find ample advice about what classes to take during your pre-med years, what PDA to get, and even download patient-tracking sheets that you can print to use in your residency rotations.
    • Studmed.com
  • Medical Journals
    • NEJM: New England Journal of Medicine
       
    • JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association
       
    • NIH: National Institute of Health
       
  • References
  • Miscellaneous
    • PubMed
      • PubMed lets you search more than 16 million bibliographic citations and abstracts in the fields of medicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary medicine, the health care system, and preclinical sciences.
    • National Library of Medicine
      • Contains resources for patients and health care professionals)
    • eMedicine
      • Physician contributed medical articles and CME
    • Medical Specialty Aptitude Test
      • See which medical specialty fits your personality! (For entertainment only.)
    • Next Gen MD
      • The Next Generation is a periodic, online publication designed to presentinteresting and relevant information to premedical students, medical students and general interest readers. Premedical students can easily find information on how to get into medical school, but there is a shortage of accessible information answering the question "Why should I become a physician?" The Next Generation seeks to meet this need and encourage a new generation of doctors and health-conscious citizens to develop broader perspectives on the field of medicine.
    • The Starfish Project
      • The Starfish Project, located at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, collects the unused portions of people's antiretroviral medications (ARVs) to support people who are HIV-positive in Nigeria.
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