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Here's how you can read research papers and articles as quickly and efficiently as possible, regardless of whether they are for class or writing your own papers. Support the channel and become a Patron! Earn exclusive perks. Visit https://patreon.com/medschoolinsiders 00:39 Determine the importance of reading the paper 01:43 Don't read the paper in order 02:48 Understand significance and limitations 04:43 Organize your notes and thoughts 05:44 Proficiency in research is a long term game =============== Connect with me! WEBSITE: https://medschoolinsiders.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/MedInsiders FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/medschoolinsiders INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/medschoolinsiders AMAZON STORE: https://www.amazon.com/shop/medschoolinsiders =============== Music: http://soundcloud.com/iamryanlittle May include affiliate links to Amazon. As an Amazon Associate, I may earn a commission on qualifying purchases made through them (at no extra cost to you). Disclaimer: Content of this video is my opinion and does not constitute medical advice. The content and associated links provide general information for general educational purposes only. Use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Kevin Jubbal, M.D. and Med School Insiders LLC will not assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that may result from the use of information contained in this video including but not limited to economic loss, injury, illness or death.
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Med School Insiders (1 month ago)
Hello from Hong Kong! Good luck with research, everybody! I remember it being very difficult initially, but trust me it gets so much easier with time.
Benjamin Suen (26 days ago)
May I know what do you use to make these awesome animations?
łe Siłenos (26 days ago)
Thank you, Doctor!
Thomas Chow (1 month ago)
:o you’re in Hong Kong! Enjoy your stay :D
Munnesa Bari (9 days ago)
Doesn't reading the conclusion already rather than looking at figures to have an personal interpreting give you a "bias" to the results ? That'd what my PI told me for my project. What do you think ?
Jane Park (14 days ago)
Title, Abstract (look up things you don't know) Conclusion Figures, methods, results, discussion section (discussion will take most of time) Limitations/generalization of study** (important) - study design: prospective, retrospective, case-control, cross-sectional study? - end points: markers? - biases: selection, recall, sampling, confounding, procedure, lead-time, hawthorne - statistical analysis: sensitivity vs. specificity; normal vs. skewed distribution; positive vs. negative predictive values Organize and annotate, or use citation manager if you're writing your own paper Proficiency in research is a long-term game
Mary Heart (14 days ago)
Excellent video. Thank you for sharing those tips 🙋. So, how many articles we can read per day ? ( how much can you read ? 😁 if i may ask )
Ritchie Pruehs (15 days ago)
Very helpful video!
Med School Insiders (15 days ago)
Thanks Ritchie :)
TheFenerbahceSK (15 days ago)
Do you do any bench work in Med School?
Med School Insiders (15 days ago)
Only bench press
MedFeistyYing (16 days ago)
Can you make a video about how to find a good research mentor/lab as a medical student or resident? What are some pitfalls to avoid? How to know if I will end up being able to publish?
Martina Debernardi (19 days ago)
"You're not running into any spoilers"😂 Thank you for this amazing video, I study medicine and it's extremely helpful to me !
ypatel91 (22 days ago)
Interested in the followup video, Jay! Looking forward to more knowledge and thank you this great video!
Rachel Ayers (23 days ago)
Definitely interested in a stats series!
Hannah Ali (24 days ago)
Thank you very big much jabal💙💙
Nick_ _bball (24 days ago)
Do that video on statistics interpretation, please!!!
Kunal Bhugaonkar (25 days ago)
Hey Doctor ! Your Videos are really Good. Video Suggestion : Hospital administration - Degree, Colleges, Career, Income. . Thank you.
N K (25 days ago)
Very informative video. I m a medical student from India I also follow the same sequence of reading. I want to share another imp tip that while writing a research paper one should write the reference simultaneously this saves lot of time of finding n writing the same later on and while reading if one finds an imp refernce ; try to highlight it immidiately and search it as soon as u finish the paper this also gives you more in depth understanding to the research title.
łe Siłenos (26 days ago)
NEVER directly jump to the conclusion!
loretta akpala (26 days ago)
This video was super helpful! Is it possible to start a series on your channel where you go through and break down research articles and how to identify the limitations of the study that may be mentioned or not mentioned by the authors? Thanks.
Maryam Khan (26 days ago)
A huge call of appreciation from young researchers of Pakistan. We need such videos to improve our research skills. More such videos please. Cheers!!!
Fighting Soul (27 days ago)
Yes! We do want more in-depth videos on research basics. How is it done in the medical field from A to Z.
Roger Sanguino (27 days ago)
Definitely post a video on stats and extrapolating conclusion from research
Ruy Perez (28 days ago)
How can you make such great videos graphics? What program are you using? Thanks
Mohammed Siddiqui (28 days ago)
Would you be able to make a list of SMPS that you would recommend for students who have completed all the requirements of medical school but need to improve GPA?
BallIsLifeYouKnow (29 days ago)
Currently getting clapped trying to write a lit review. The significance video would be clutch and maybe more videos on research related things
likhi p (30 days ago)
Thank you for creating this valuable content.This is very helpful.
Med School Insiders (29 days ago)
Binura Makasheva (30 days ago)
It would be great to see a video on stats. I think it’s going to be interesting for any students of STEM and Medical field.
Ashley (30 days ago)
I thought writing research papers could take a long time even years, am I thinking of something else?
Leandra McGriff (30 days ago)
Thank you so much, Kevin! I was analazying a research paper recently, and thought, there must be an easier way! Your video came out just in time!
Claudia Conceição (30 days ago)
Could you do a video talking about case reports? I'm an undergrad and would like a better understanding of how to pursue them and succeed.
Anjana Heva (30 days ago)
Pls make that video on Stats it would be sooo helpful :)
tzartak (30 days ago)
Stats video please!
Veronica Valenzuela (1 month ago)
Hi, I love your videos!! I know you have like 4 Anki videos, but I was wondering if you could do one on how you started using them and how you use them (if you do) for longer subjects like physiology or pathophysiology (which is the one I'm currently having trouble studying for). I feel I create way too many flashcards and I don't think it's working much. Thanks and greetings from Venezuela!
Veronica Valenzuela (1 month ago)
+Med School Insiders Excellent, can't wait then!
Med School Insiders (1 month ago)
Funny you mention that. I’m currently working on some flashcard videos :)
Ilonna (1 month ago)
Stats video please, and how do you approach publishing. Great channel Kevin and the Team👍
AcMcRevo (1 month ago)
There are couple of things I would like to see. Firstly it is the statistical analysis, I would love to know some of the terms. Second of all, I would like to know how to not make mistakes - bear with me. As a MD you are responsible for so many things. I believe we all make mistakes. And it could be normal that you have little to no sleep. Being tired + making decisions = many mistakes (for me). So is there any way to actually prevent mistakes (even in normal day to day life)?
LiNingAir (1 month ago)
How did you ask for the letters of recommendation from your PIs? Very curious about this. Also, are they helpful for residency apps?
taviation (1 month ago)
Awesome, thanks!!
im currently cramming my paper ohmygod thank you for this!
fulmine (1 month ago)
Can you do a video on a high-level overview of the entire medical school curriculum? And what tests are taken, when they're taken, what they cover, etc? Thanks!
maryam barfei (1 month ago)
Useful 🐳
Ch3f (1 month ago)
I think a video on statistical analysis would be great
sipwhiteraven (1 month ago)
Please make the proposed video at 3:30!!
ece (1 month ago)
Could you please make a video on how to write a motivation letter or tips for writing a motivation letter for med school?
gradientofthoughts _ (1 month ago)
I would like to know how you got the chance to pump out so many research papers in 12 months and what sorts of studies/research it involved.
Ikhtiar Hossain (1 month ago)
Wow! This is the video I needed rn!
Khilola Vahobova (1 month ago)
1. Determine the purpose of the reading. 2. Don’t read in order: read title and abstract, then conclusion. Go over the figures and everything else, look up unknown vocabulary. 3. Understand significance, limitations and generalizability of the study. 4. Organize thoughts and notes 5. Become proficient with the reading and others.
Pape Pape (1 month ago)
What medical school did you attend?
Zachary Cohn (1 month ago)
I want to know how you could produce 30 novel papers in a year! That's incredible, were you the lead author in most of them?
Yaya Martinez (1 month ago)
I needed this a month ago 😩😂
Sam Holm (1 month ago)
I would love a video on Stats, especially given how little info the replication crisis in psychology has been given.
rotfllshtidmtaslahw (1 month ago)
I love you’re vids man but can you pls make the time stamps in your description accessible Ty ❤️🙏
Med School Insiders (1 month ago)
Sure thing I’ll look into that
Axante Drijvers (1 month ago)
Hi Jubbal, can you make a video about about the statistics of published articles. Including high crimes like falsification, fabrication and plagiarism, and misdemeanors.
Attaullah Rehmani (1 month ago)
Plz make a video on effective revision for finals
LovelyLamb (1 month ago)
I'm an MS0 who didn't do any research in undergrad, but is interested in doing so in medical school. Could you do a video about everything you need to know about doing research? Thanks!
Rebecca P.Z (1 month ago)
Cool video, thank you! A video on stats would be useful, but could you also consider making one on searching for research articles efficiently in different databases like PubMed (when writing your own research paper, for example)? I sometimes feel lost when wading through all the available literature on any given topic, and I'm sure there must be a better way to go about the initial search.
This is so handy! I am working on a research project at the moment with minimal direction, thanks for posting this!! ❤❤
Study With Additti (1 month ago)
so so informative!
Sun Sun (1 month ago)
I’ll come back to this video a few times.
Carito Carrion (1 month ago)
Thanks for this really great video. I would love to see what you have to say from your experience in "the nuances of stats", and maybe dig a little bit deeper in study design limitations.
S. Master (1 month ago)
Make a video about your major: neuroscience
Hanan Hanan (1 month ago)
How can I write article review Please make vedio about that
Sal's-In-Africa (1 month ago)
Suggestion: Do stats video, Also do "How to apply for med school".
Sittikorn Sukkaew (1 month ago)
I'm about to leave YouTube to read my researches and your video was just uploaded an hour ago lol what a coincident
Kappa towka (1 month ago)
The reading of research articles is complicated when your native language is Russian, so you have to do double work: read and analyse in English, learn new words, and then analyse it in yor head your native language.
milan (1 month ago)
Can you do a video on how to effectively read research journals for the MCAT?
amit levin (1 month ago)
Yes pless
Fouad Mami (1 month ago)
Thank you for this vedio
Hailey Kim (1 month ago)
Yes, please do the video on stats! :)
Buddha - Kings Inc. (1 month ago)
PleSe do the statistics video. I would love a refresher course
Enahoro Asein (1 month ago)
Great video 👍🏾 The video on reading and understanding statistics would be great
Nick DLT (1 month ago)
Want that stats vid👍🏻
U S (1 month ago)
I really like ur videos dr jubbal.its like an online comittee fr med students like us to talk abt small things which r critical fr an overall better n easier approach to dis career.tnx
Ender Wiggins (1 month ago)
As a person interested in biochemistry but not necessary med school, I would find a video on better understanding statistics in research very useful
Kyle Smith (1 month ago)
Yay! perfect timing!
Ronit Nayak (1 month ago)
Vid was great man, even in fields like electrical eng you may find yourself reading research. 💪
Rachael Jackson (1 month ago)
Great video! I would love you to create a stats video.
vintagenow (1 month ago)
#earlycrew about to take a practice MCAT and have been thinking's ALOT about this topic. Thank so much doc ❤️❣️❤️
meesum zaidi (1 month ago)
Reading papers is fine and all, but actual research is mostly tedious work. How does one force themselves to do something so seemingly pointless? I understand some projects are definitely worth the time and effort, but that doesnt justify the need for countless hours of pipetting making us look like a better candidate for medical school. I guess fields other than basic biology and chemistry may be more interesting, but Ive seen people say they've been discouraged as an applicant because their research was in the field of psychology or something.
Adnan A (1 month ago)
It’s overwhelming trying to keep up with all the research coming out now, and it seems like a lot of people just look at the abstract. Great video!
How to Medicate (1 month ago)
This comes in handy! Keep reading guys, keep getting smarter!
aaron brooks (1 month ago)
Just need abstract 🤪
Drouse (1 month ago)
I want to be a doctor when i grow up
Drouse (1 month ago)
Jay Crawford Thanks 👍🏻
Jay Crawford (1 month ago)
+Drouse Well good luck I hope you end up doing something that you love.
Drouse (1 month ago)
Jay Crawford A ER doctor or Surgeon. but im still young
Jay Crawford (1 month ago)
What type
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