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Free Medicine Notes

Being a medical student can be overwhelming, you’re bombarded by information from so many sources that it’s difficult to know what to do first. Many students become burnt out, or start cutting corners and making mistakes.

Try our In2Med online portal contains all our medicine notes in one place. Its completely free, so click on the modules below to start find out more and start learning!


This module first covers the basic anatomy and physiology of the endocrine system...

Written by Ankit Chadha

This module covers the basic principles of how we assess skin lesions...

Written by Ankit Chadha

This module first conducts a basic overview of the red blood cell and the constituents of haemoglobin...

Written by Ankit Chadha

Pathology Case of the Week

In addition you also get access to our weekly pathology case. Test yourself with our weekly pathology cases. Practice thinking of key differentials, interpreting investigations and applying your knowledge to answer these clinical cases.

Free Blog

Also included in the membership is our blog, written by medical students for medical students. Grab a coffee and explore our blog to discover the bigger picture of life at medical school, and how the team have navigated those difficult questions.

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