Any good audio book resources?

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  1. cryhavoc

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    I have a super long commute for several of my rotations. I feel like I'm losing a lot of valuable study time on this commute.

    Does anyone know of any useful audio book resources that can help one study for clinical rotation shelf exams?
     
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    i had a 30 minute commute for a lot of 3rd year, listened to online med ed in the car and thought it was helpful. it explains things in a way that makes it easy to remember
     
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    Is this just a recording of the videos?
     
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    Thanks for the link, online med ed looks good.

    Any other good audio/video resources for clinicals?

    It seems like there is a huge drop off from preclinical years in terms of quality material available.
     
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    OB/GYN: Pimped
    It's a podcast by a MD at Thomas Jefferson
     
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    Dr Pestana for surgery. I didn’t do a ton of other studying/reading and did fine on the shelf.
     

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