Printable Planners for Medical Students and More!

Printable Planners for Medical Students and More!

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Hello, everyone! It’s 2019! And here we are trying to make a list of new year resolutions once again. I bet one of which would have something to do with ORGANIZING YOUR LIFE. If you are thinking something along that line, then it’s your lucky day! because I’m launching printable planners / schedule planners for you right now! I am happy to introduce you to TWO things that I am launching today — something medically inclined and something generally useful for your daily needs.

Printable Planners for Medical Students, Clerks, Interns, Reviewees

medical student multipurpose planners

I designed this printable schedule planner for medical students, clerks, interns, and those who are about to take their PLE exams in the hopes of sharing with you my best medical life tip everOrganize. Study. Repeat. I’ve used this kind of system to help me multi-task my way to my road to M.D.; and fortunately, everything went A-OKAY! As a learner, I like seeing an overview of things. Having this type of calendar to plan my life for medschool has helped me manage my time wisely and keep me motivated as I see my work in progress. I even used this system in my clerkship and internship years! Really helpful!

This will help you keep track of absolutely everything you need in your medschool clinical rotations, clerkship, internship, residency, and even in your preparation for the board exams/physician licensure exams. It includes 9 pages with the cover page and blank calendars for each of your rotation in the following specialties:

  • Pediatrics
  • Surgery
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Internal Medicine
  • Family and Community Medicine
  • Psychiatry
  • Ophthalmology
  • Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery
I’ve used this system not only in my medschool years studying for exams, but also in my clerkship/internship years where I jotted down my duty schedules and set appointments on my free days! (Hint #1: Get curious with PLE exam questions, answer sample questions and get 1-2 days a week for reviewing and prepping for the PLE exam by using these calendars during internship) (Hint #2: Review PLE subject during the rotation for that subject. It helps!!)

Printable Planners for Daily Use In Color Fern Green

daily planner in fern green

Manage your time to hustle everyday with this simple yet cool-to-the-eyes printable daily planner with borders in the color fern green. I intentionally made it green for this one because the color green helps in relaxing your eyes. We don’t want to get strained eyes while looking all stressed out with our day schedule, do we?

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This daily planner has been designed to keep you organized with your daily tasks and set appointments, as well as make sure that you have a priority list in check! Daily meals and water intake are noted for you to be reminded of your body needs. An area is specially placed for your important reminders and happy thoughts, too.

You can have all these for FREE! Yep! They really are. You can grab your freebies now by signing up below. Don’t worry! We don’t do spam. 😉 Once you’ve signed up, make sure to check your mails every now and then for the next resources that will surely come your way!

All the best for 2019! XOXO

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Who's in for a healthful life? I guess we all do! Hi! I'm Sandra — a medical doctor from the Philippines and this is my humble abode in the WWW. Here you will find anything rad — from stories about health, lifestyle, productivity hacks, to study tips, food, travel, and even snippets of my so-called Med Life. know more →

20 thoughts on “Printable Planners for Medical Students and More!

  1. I am in love with these planners especially for manage our time. Thanks for sharing. I am sharing with few of my medical students friends. Hope they will like it

  2. I don’t think I would have made a very good med student because even when I had a planner, I always forgot to use it. I will definitely share with my med school friends. Great planner!

  3. I love planners because they help me so much in being organized especially tgat I am now a graduating student.

  4. Planners are the first thing that I need whenever I start a new month actually. I love to plan all the activities in advance at the start of a month. This is something that helps me in getting organised and focused. I am sure the medical students will have a good schedule with these perfect planners

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