Taking out the stress, leaving the passion
Being a medical student can be overwhelming at times, you’re bombarded by information from so many sources that it’s difficult to know what to do first. The In2Med online portal is a better way to study, with all the passion and none of the stress.
Our brand new module Dermatology coming 1st Feb 2021
Our solution to learning clinical medicine
Do you find yourself chasing information in a hundred different places? You attend a lecture, then flip through five different textbooks but don’t find what you want. We found ourselves in a similar position.
That’s why we created a free resource that gives you access to everything you actually need to know, organised and presented with a system based approach. You can access the material from anywhere, track your progress in your personal dashboard and chat to fellow students in our community spaces.
If you have been feeling lost, In2Med is the roadmap that will guide you step by step from first year to final exams. Enrol below to get access to all our content which we will be releasing every 2 weeks, accompanied with a YouTube video. Alternatively, click on our clinical modules to find out more about what is included in each module.
This module first covers the basic anatomy and physiology of the endocrine system. We then explore the different tests and investigations, followed by the conditions like diabetes, thyroid conditions, parathyroid, adrenal and pituitary conditions.
History taking is one of the most important skills to master, as many times the diagnosis can be worked out by the clinical history. Therefore, we have developed our own acronym to simplify this. See how we can tailor this to a variety of presentations.
This module first covers the basic anatomy and physiology of the renal system. We then explore the different tests and investigations, followed by the conditions that affect the kidneys, urinary tract and the male reproductive system.
Core clinical specialities
Dermatology is actually a really interesting speciality. This module covers the basic principles of how we assess skin lesions. We then go through inflammatory skin lesions and the different types of skin cancers.
This module first covers the basic anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system. It includes the main drugs, investigations and goes through the key conditions. We suggest it is the best module to start your learning with.
This module first covers the basic anatomy and physiology of the GU system. We go through this organ by organ from the mouth and oesophagus all the way to the colon, covering all the conditions along the way, their diagnosis and management.
This module first covers the basic anatomy and physiology of the haematology system. It covers the different types of anaemia and blood cancers. It also covers the main drugs used chemotherapy and their side effects.
This module first covers the basics behind bacteria, viruses and fungi - and goes through all the types of antibiotics. We then explore the different types of infections, common presentations and their treatment.
This module first covers the basic anatomy and physiology of the MSK system. We go through acute injuries like fractures as well as covering the rheumatology and connective tissue diseases and vasculitides.
This module first covers the basic anatomy and physiology of the nervous system. We explore the different types of stroke, CNS infections, the degenerative conditions, eye and ear conditions and their management.
Understanding how to interpret a chest x-ray, abdominal film, CT head can all be very difficult initially. Follow this simple tutorial which will help you get to grips with the most common presentations and how to present them.
This module first covers the basic anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system. They key is to understand the difference between obstructive and restrictive conditions and how we can manage these.
Advanced Medical Modules
We will cover the examinations that you would expect to learn by the end of Year 5 (first year clinical medicine). Each examination has a list of the symptoms you look for in order to recognise specific conditions, with pictures to help it stick in your mind.
This module first covers the basics behind bacteria, viruses and fungi - and goes through all the types of antibiotics. We then how each pathogen causes different types of infection, their presenting symptoms and their management.
This module first covers the journey of an embryo from fertilisation to delivery. We also go through the main gynaecological conditions affecting the ovaries, cervix, uterus before looking at vulval conditions and the menopause.
This module first covers the basics behind how to diagnose and treat common paediatric conditions. We advise gaining a strong backing with the core modules before starting paediatrics.
Why use our online portal
Track your learning
Monitor your progress and set deadlines
Notes written in a system-based approach
Great feedback received
Heavily recommended by our test of 200 students
Study online, anywhere, anytime
Study on your laptop, tablet, phone anywhere
Each module has the same consistent structure
Written by Cambridge Graduates
Written by successful graduates who scored a 1st
Get Free Access
1. Enrol on our clinical medicine membership for free by completing the sign up form.
2. Get Access to the Members Area where you will see your very own personalised learning Dashboard.
3. Once here, you'll see all the courses you have access to. Just click on them to start learning.
4. Relax whilst we automatically add new content straight to your dashboard regularly.
5. Track your learning and complete modules to earn achievements and certificates.