(One of) the most popular internal medicine podcasts hosting experts from all medical specialities. Usually around 60 minutes long with introductory small talk that complements the whole package. Each episode comes with show notes and with learning objectives.
Highly recommended episodes:
Enthusiastic project on clinical reasoning and formulating differential diagnosis. Produces schemas with approach and differential diagnoses of common presentations.
The New England Journal of Medicine weekly case report series. Diagnostically challenging cases with spot on diagnostic reasoning and differential diagnostics.
Mobile app with tons of 2-minute cases waiting to be solved. For each case history, examinations and investigation findings are presented in steps so you can make and change your list of differential diagnoses.
Another project of Clinical Problem Solvers with live, daily virtual morning reports delivered via Zoom.
Comprehensive review for USMLE and Canadian medical licensing exams. This is still my go-to review book after years of graduation. Covers all specialities in Medicine, Surgery and Primary care.
The best pocket reference book for internal medicine densely packed with up-to-date knowledge. Despite quality of binding has declined over the years, content is still the best.
Series of online courses by Johns Hopkins University on quality improvement, organizational change, systems thinking, project planning and patient safety. Excellent programme developed by the team at Johns Hopkins featuring Peter Pronovost who implemented successful multicenter QI that virtually eliminated hospital acquired central line associated bloodstream infections.
Free online course by the University of Edinburgh is surprisingly very well designed, well structured introduction to intensive care in general with extra details about specifics in critically ill COVID-19 patients.