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Ace Anatomy: Free copy of Moore’s Anatomy and Rohen’s Flashcards!

Free Anatomy Book Giveaway

CLOSED! Congratulations to the winning First Year at Indiana University School of Medicine!

We’re continuing the book giveaways, transitioning from general advice for incoming medical students to focused resources for the premier med school course: Anatomy. This site has previously reviewed a head to head analysis of some of the more popular anatomy atlases out there, and they generally come down to personal taste. As a complement, we’re going to provide some of the other supporting resources needed to ace anatomy.

First and foremost, every student needs a good text, and Moore’s Clinically Oriented Anatomy can provide just that. We will be giving a formal review of the title on this site in the upcoming weeks, but for now rest assured that it is a well established and helpful resource.

Rohen Flash CardsSecondly, students should take advantage of study recall, and for that goal we are also giving away a free set of Rohen’s Flashcards. As a reminder: these are graphic images and should not be used in crowded areas in view of the public.

As extra icing on the cake, Lippincott is throwing in a free 6 month subscription to Acland’s Video Atlas of Human Anatomy Online as well, which is a video series of gross anatomy structures to help students better visualize human anatomy with visual manipulation and pertinent narratives.

Acland Video Atlas of Anatomy

Brand new copies of all three of these titles will be given to one lucky winner randomly selected from the comments of this post. To enter, simply leave any comment, and a valid e-mail address so we can contact you if you should win. As usual, we NEVER use e-mail addresses for anything outside of these contests, as we are medical students too and appreciate privacy. Applicants must be US medical students to win.  See our full contest rules for further details. Contest ends August 20, 2012 at 11:59pm. Good luck!

 

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USMLE Step 1 Series: How to Survive

Congratulations on finishing second year of medical school!  Now what? The dreaded USMLE Step 1 exam.

United States Medical Licensing Examination - Step 1

Discussing all the aspects of Step 1 is easily overwhelming and exhausting. It’s not unusual for medical schools to host stress-inducing class-wide meetings to throw loads of information at med students at one time. It can be a bit much. As we head into boards season, MedStudentBooks.com will provide bite sized posts on how to tackle all the tough topics, through the USMLE Step 1 Series of posts.

Lippincott Step 1 Free Book Contest

In addition to helpful information from senior med students, we will continue to bring you free book giveaways. Earlier in the season, we gave away a free copy of First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2012.  Tomorrow, however, is our largest contest to date. We have collaborated with the fine folks at Lippincott to bring you the 2012 Exam Survival Sweepstakes. Full contest details will be posted tomorrow, but we can’t help but hint that it contains the majority of MedStudentBooks.com recommended titles for Step 1 studying, and some gift cards.

To get all the latest tips and tricks to tackling the boards and getting that extra edge on Step 1, be sure to check back to the site frequently, or follow us on Twitter.

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Contest Rules

Contests (also referred to as “giveaways” and “win free books”) are open to any US medical student 18 years of age and older at the time of entry. Affiliation with a US medical school is verified by active .edu e-mail address, which is not used for any other purpose outside of the contest, or given to any third party for any reason.  The staff at MedStudentBooks.com are medical students too, and we appreciate privacy.

Winners will be selected via random number generator by a MedStudentBooks.com staff member or the Sponsor of the Contest unless the Contest requires a critiqued selection by a MedStudentBooks.com staff member. All critiques and contest decisions are final and binding in all respects. We acknowledge that critiques and judgments are subjective, but strive for fairness. Winners will be notified by the email they provided.  If we are unable to contact a winner in a timely manner, the Prize is forfeited and an alternate winner will be drawn from all remaining eligible entries.  The Contest winner grants permission to have their name and medical school used by MedStudentBooks.com for advertising and promotional purposes without additional compensation. Multiple entries from the same name, IP (computer) address, home address, or email will disqualify the entrants from the Contest and could disqualify entries from any subsequent Contests. MedStudentBooks.com reserves the right to cancel any Contest without notice at any time, and to revoke the privilege for entrants to enter any Contest.  Odds of winning are subject to the number of entries.

No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited otherwise or as restricted by law. By entering or accepting any Prize, winner agrees to be bound by these Contest Rules and Regulations, and to comply with all federal, state, and local laws and regulations. All licenses, registrations, federal, state and local taxes are the winner’s sole responsibility. There are no prize substitutions, transfers or cash equivalents permitted. By accepting the Contest Prize, the winner agrees to release and hold MedStudentBooks.com along with any staff member from MedStudentBooks.com from any responsibility for any and all damage, injury, death, loss, misfortune or other liability of any kind that may arise from or in connection with the acceptance of the Contest item, possession or use of the Contest item, or participation in the Contest, or from any misuse or malfunction of any Contest item awarded.

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Win a Free Book: Pocket Medicine (AKA The Green Book) Giveaway!

This contest is currently closed – the winner has been contacted. Thank you to everyone who applied. Stay tuned for the next free giveaway, coming this Halloween!

Pocket Medicine: The Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook of Internal Medicine

Win this book free!

Med Student Books is proud to announce our first of many book giveaways: Mark Sabatine’s Pocket Medicine. You have probably already heard it referred to as “The Green Book” (the newest edition after “The Red Book“), and seen it sticking out of white coat pockets. Pocket Medicine has been previously reviewed on this site as a “Must Have” book for third year medical students on the wards.

Thanks to our friends at Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, we are happy to give away a brand new copy of this highly recommended resource. As this site is dedicated to using the experiences of medical students to help one another, Pocket Medicine will be awarded to the US medical student who offers the best advice to incoming first year medical students in a comment to this post.  It can focus on anything, including but not limited to study tips, ways to adjust to med school life, your favorite anatomy resources, or anything else that you wish you had known coming into medical school.  It just needs to be tailored to first years.

As this book is valued at over $50 and we wish to restrict it to the medical community, we ask that you use your medical school e-mail address as verification of your status.  Alternately, you can use another e-mail for now, but winners must verify their med school e-mail when contacted.  E-mail addresses are not displayed publicly, and will not be used for any purpose outside of this contest.  The winning entry will be selected on Friday, October 7th at 11:59pm, and the winner will be notified by the e-mail they provided shortly thereafter.

See our complete contest rules for further details.

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