What we learn with pleasure, we never forget
Medical science is like a vast jigsaw. No matter how much you know, there’s always more to learn. Medicine is an ever-changing concept. Why limit yourself to a backyard pool when you can swim in an ocean of knowledge? Not all textbooks are user-friendly and may bombard the readers with too much unnecessary information which is time consuming. Most of us are poor readers and the distinction between “must know” and “nice to know” concepts is often difficult. Alfred Mercier, once said:
“What we learn with pleasure, we never forget.”
So, with an aim to make learning process simpler and pleasurable, on November 9, 2013, we came up with Epomedicine.com – E Portal of Medicine. Registering memories effectively with Epomedicine will help you in effective retention and recall. For easy navigation, the website is divided into sections and each articles are assigned “tags” according to the branch of medicine and human systems involved.
In this section, we pasteurize the study materials for medical students, eliminate unnecessary information – so that, they are easy to register, conceptualize and memorize with the help of bullet notes, text and image mnemonics, flowcharts and tutorial videos.
This section, deals with diseases and medical conditions that we face in clinical practice. We provide online bedside study materials, correct technique of performing clinical skills and stress on approach based learning of clinical conditions.
In this section, we have medical case reviews and peer comments, discussions and hot debates, spot medical case diagnosis and interesting case pictures and video galleries.
The purpose of medicine is to save lives. The only contents that you need to by heart are the emergency conditions when you may not have adequate access or time to refer to other sources. In this section, we have real Emergency Room scenarios, cases and topic reviews.
Between life and death – your success stories, writings, experience, ideas, innovations and medical life. We also publish interviews, news reviews and analysis.
“Made Easy or Simplified” Classes
We have mainly focused on these topics: