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    Meet the Educators behind the Medical Student Study Strong System—Mark Corkins, MD

    By now, you've probably heard about the Medical Student Study Strong System. And, most importantly, how it's an evidence-based learning system with three essential components that work together to ensure you truly LEARN the foundations of medicine in med school—in the easiest way possible.

    To that end, we worked with expert physician educators to help us craft all the content in the Medical Student Core and Step 1 and Step 2 Qbank+, and we think it’s time for you to meet them!

     

    Meet the Educators behind the Medical Student Study Strong System—Mark Corkins, MD

    Meet Mark Corkins, MD

    MedStudy contributor Mark Corkins, MD, is a Pediatric Gastroenterologist, Hepatologist, and Nutritionist, as well as a Professor of Pediatrics with the University of Tennessee Health Science Center at Lebanon Children's Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. 

    Quote from Mark Corkins, MD 

    Q- What stood out to you most about the Medical Student Study Strong System?

    A- What makes this product valuable for medical students is that you have some of the very best experts, folks teach for a living, and who've taken all that experience about what's important and distilled it down into one volume. Really, every piece of information in the Student Core is golden. 

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    Want to test out the Medical Student Study Strong System? Start a free trial now and get the full Musculoskeletal section for 30 days.

    gif of scrolling through the core An inside look at the Musculoskeletal section in the Core as part of the Medical Student Study Strong System

    Q- Tell us a little bit about the sections you worked on. What makes it a great learning tool?

    A- What I'm most proud of is the inclusion of some embryology in the pediatrics book. If you know how things develop in the first place, it makes sense how things go wrong. Sometimes, we get in the mode of "just tell me what I need to know," but it's hard when you're trying to "just know what you need to know," if you have a true understanding, it'll stick with you forever!

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    Start studying with the Medical Student Study Strong System now to see the full sections Mark Corkins, MD worked on.

    We’ve taken 30 years of expertise in helping Internists and Pediatricians ace their boards and crafted the revolutionary Medical Student Study Strong System. This comprehensive learning system combines focused content with evidence-based learning techniques to ensure you truly LEARN the foundations of medicine as you work toward your goal of becoming an awesomely competent doctor. 

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    Not sure which option is right for you? Explore how to access each component in the Medical Student Study Strong System below:

     

    Student Core

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    Step 1 & Step 2 Qbank+

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    Student Study Strong System

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    Read from Other Medical Student Study Strong System Contributors:

    Nicole Behnke, MD

    Ellen Scholnicoff, MD 

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