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Mini Med School for
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Class of 2022

Notes from Dr Rubin to the Class of 2021

Please check this website weekly.

12/25/20   Due to the pandemic, we are offering a blended program this year. All lectures are recorded and will stream to your home computer.  You can make up your own schedule but I recommend that you view 1-2 hours in a given week. Each file for streaming is approximately 1 hour of viewing: the range is  55 minutes to 1 hour and 20 minutes.  I have written notes for each session.  Best to download the notes, read them and then a day or more later view the video.  View 1 part at a time and take a break.  So, on your first day, download the notes for SESSION 1  then stream the links for part 1 that were sent to you by email.   If you have questions or need help, email Dr Rubin at DrRubin@MiniMedicalSchool.com.

12/26/21 

I have emailed everyone today the links for the first 4 lectures which  is about 4 hours of material.  Remember, best to read the handouts in in the order of the sessions, then watch the lectures. I recommend 2 parts or 2 hours per week.  At this rate  you will cover the 6 sessions (~13 hours) in 6 weeks.  If you have questions or need help, email Dr Rubin at DrRubin@MiniMedicalSchool.com.

01/02/22 

Happy New Year!  I have emailed everyone today with the second 4 lectures. You now have 8 "parts"  to view. Each part is about 1 hour long.  Remember, I suggest viewing your handouts first then watching the lectures.  The handouts are divided into sessions and each session covers about 2 videos. 

1/8/22

Hope you are doing well. You likely just started back to school if not everyone is back by Monday.  That being said, I now have all 12 parts of my lecture series ready for your review.  I have sent out another email tonight with all 12 video links and 6 sessions handouts.  I will email you next weekend the dissections and physical examination handouts for you to read before our first hands on session the weekend of Feb 5th.

01/16/22

By now you are on your way and should have viewed at least 6 of the 12 parts.  You can break from the lectures and take a look at the class handouts for organ dissection and handouts for the class experiences.  First read the organ dissection handout, then read the physical exam components - experiences  1 through 8.  

Notes and Handouts for Download 

Each handout is password protected.  The first email sent to you has the password.

Session 1

Histology
Anatomy
NeuroScience
Patient History
Vital Signs
Biochemistry

Session 2

Human Genetics
(heart) physiology
EKG
Pharmogology
The Physical Exam
Microbiology
Virology

Session 3

Pathology
Clinical Correlations
Clinical Rotations:
Virtual Autopsy
Injections
IV line placements
Intubation
Anesthesiology
OB Gyne
Psych

Session 4

Radiology and
Surgery
Clinical Rotations
Surgical Repair
Laproscopic and  basic

Session 5

Surgical Speciality: Orthopedics
Casting, Taping, Splinting

Internal Medicine:
Derm
General Care
Pulmonolgy
Cast Removal

Session 6 - Graduation

You did it!  It's now time to show your parents how much you have learned.   Dr. Rubin will now talk about how you go from high school to Med School or other health professional schools. 
Session 6 Notes Session 6 Powerpoint