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Internet Resources for Podiatric Medical Students

A Second Update

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  • 1 Woods Health Sciences Library, Caritas Health Care/Mary Immaculate Hospital, Jamaica, NY
  • | 2 Ross University School of Medicine, Edison, NJ
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In this article, we present a selection of Internet resources covering subject areas found in standard medical education curricula. Basic sciences and clinical resource sites are explored. We also review Web sites that offer useful materials that can be downloaded to handheld devices such as palmtop computers, smartphones, and portable media players. We judged the sites based on their potential to enhance the learning process, provide practice questions or study guides for examinations, or aid in the preparation of manuscripts. Medical students, residents, educators, and practitioners of podiatric medicine and surgery who require a quick reference source to either the basic science foundations of podiatric medicine or the clinical side of basic medicine, may find this paper useful. (J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 97(6): 486–492, 2007)

Corresponding author: Charles R. Fikar, MD, MSLS, Caritas Health Care/Mary Immaculate Hospital, Woods Health Sciences Library, 152-11 89th Ave. Jamaica, NY 11432.