Ok, so I've got med school finals at the end of the year, so I need a semk-legitimate excuse for the amount of time I spend on here So, come up with clinical vignettes, and then ask everyone questions based on them. A few quick rules: - Don't post actual cases. But if you remove all identifiable information and modify enough aspects of the case that, it should be fine to loosely base scenarios on things you've actually seen. - For each scenario, make sure you post a question or two for preclinical students to answer as well. Just so we can get as many people as we can in on the discussion, and it can help the preclins tie what they're learning into clinical stuff. - Write your own cases. Don't just copy-paste out of textbooks or stuff your med school has given you or any other copyrighted material. - Underneath each of your questions, post your own replies in an offtopic box. - Try not to just google the answers. It's far more useful if we try and reason stuff out ourselves and then discuss it. - Finally, and this is aimed mostly at the schoolkids out there, I'll delete any trolling and s**tposts on this thread. Gogogogo!