MedEd application updates and news 

The Medical Education applications that the college provides are constantly being updated and improved. Here you can find just a little information about some of the newest features and additions, and learn know how you can stay in the loop for the future!


  • New high-quality questions: More than 3,850 new, high-quality questions are being added to Osmosis! All questions accompanying Osmosis videos on foundational sciences, organ systems, and USMLE® library “learn pages”—as well as those in the Quiz Builder—have been purposefully written to help contextualize learning, reflect the USMLE® style and level of difficulty, include more inclusive language and represent diverse patient encounters. All mixed-quality items (approximately 2,000) are being retired.
  • New quiz builder experience and thoroughly revised question bank: The Osmosis quiz builder interface makes it easy for students to build custom quizzes based on their area and phase of study, from basic science through clinical practice. All available MCQs—more than 3,850 in total—have been reviewed, updated, and re-categorized to align with either Step 1 or Step 2 CK (and, in some cases, both) to better correspond to the learning objectives covered in their associated videos. You can begin using the new quiz-builder interface now at
  • Improved alignment of questions with Osmosis videos: Assess learning across every step of your students’ journey with USMLE® Step 1 and Step 2 CK-style items that correspond to the learning objectives covered within our videos. Many gross anatomy learn pages also include quick recall questions to support early learning of essential anatomy concepts.
Our next step—starting now!—is to expand our collection of clinical/USMLE® Step 2 CK-style items, applying the same standards of excellence to new item development. Expect to see more clinical items starting in mid-2023, paired one-to-one with a new collection of clinical videos designed to support students in their development of clinical reasoning, approach to disease, and patient care.

Want to stay up-to-date on all the latest information with Osmosis? Check out their blog!

Sketchy Medical

Sketchy Medical is always working towards creating new content and one of their largest recent additions is Neurology content! Sketchy Neurology’s new lessons cover what you need to know for your clinical years in med school including clinical rotations, shelf exams, and boards.

You’ll find lessons spread across five units, including high-yield topics like:

    • Multiple Sclerosis: To help prepare you for this highly tested Step 2 topic.
    • Migraines: An oh-so-common clinical condition you definitely don’t want to forget.
    • Seizure and Syncope: These two can be hard to distinguish, so check out our lesson for some quick clinical pearls.
    • Neuro Trauma: This unit is full of key diagnosis and management takeaways.

Want to stay up-to-date on all the latest information with Sketchy Medical? Check out their blog!

Complete Anatomy

Complete Anatomy’s latest and greatest addition came in Fall with their new Model Customization. They release a blog post announcing the new feature and being excited to better represent the global community with a more diverse range of visual characteristics to customize your models with. You can learn more about model customization here.

Courtesy of Complete Anatomy.

Want to stay up-to-date on all the latest information with Complete Anatomy? Check out their blog!

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