UMHS President Warren Ross is pleased to announce that beginning soon UMHS will be offering all our Basic Science students access to the new Kaplan Integrated Plan
We are one of the first off shore medical
schools to provide this resource to students in the Basic Sciences, giving our students a great jump start on preparing for the USMLE Step
UMHS students will no longer have to wait until the
semester at our campus in Portland, Maine to access these valuable tools.
The information will also be useful
as an additional resource with content and video’s which correspond to each of
the basic science courses taught in St. Kitts. The Question Bank is incredible and once again a great tool to test your overall
The Integrated plan contains
- Over 2,100 newly updated USMLE type questions
- Full explanations and reKap summaries for all questions
- Streamlined user experience with progress reports
- Simple test creation and test-like interface
- Customized study plan structured around your performance
- 26 Mastery Assessments
- 40-70 hours of online interactive videos
- 2 full-length simulated exams
- Mobile-friendly and available in the Kaplan App
The attached video provides further details about the program and how to utilize it. Additional information from Kaplan will be provided soon along with a
webinar to further explain the benefits of this plan. Click here
to view a short video introduction to the Kaplan Integrated Plan.
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Test Anxiety Workshop
Do you experience test anxiety prior to or during exams that is difficulty to cope with?
Could you benefit from improving your study skills or adjusting painful thoughts?
If so, then consider attending this workshop:
“Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Test Anxiety” with Amanda Massicott.
Thursday May 10, 2018
11:30 am - 12:20 pm
in the Eastern Lab on the UMHS campus
in St. Kitts
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Are you struggling with a complicated acid-base disturbance case?
now includes 58 new Acid-Base Disturbance Cases
to help both students and practicing providers hone their skills and master these difficult concepts. These cases are progressive, complex cases appropriate for the advanced medical student and resident level physician covering double and triple acid-base disturbances. The questions are multiple choice and build on each other so they must be answered before moving on to the next page. Each question provides the user with a rationale for the correct answer to maximize learning. Navigate to the Hospital Corner
tab in the main navigation bar to access the cases.
Also the AccessMedicine core textbooks provide in-depth information on acid-base disturbances to help students and practicing providers take a deeper dive into the physiology of each type of disturbance. Here are a few examples of applicable chapters within a few AccessMedicine core textbooks:
Current Medical Diagnosis & Treatment 2018
, Chapter 21: Electrolyte & Acid-Base Disorders
, Chapter 28: Acid-Base Disorders
Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine
, 19e, Chapter 66: Acidosis and Alkalosis
Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine
, 2e, Chapter 238: Acid-Base Disorders
As with all the other AM cases, users must be logged into their MyAccess personal account
to answer the questions. Contact the library if you need help with your personal MyAccess
logins for AccessMedicine.
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