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Current Partners

AMBOSS Knowledge and QBank Platform
AMBOSS was created by physicians and is one of the newest and most up-to-date digital platforms available to medical students. All SNMA members can add one month of free access to their AMBOSS accounts to use for studying basic or clinical sciences, and for exam preparation for USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2 CK and Step 2 CS, and NBME Shelf Exams. Members are also welcome to apply for one of 2 AMBOSS scholarship grants, and to contact AMBOSS for participation and sponsorship for local and regional chapter events. This partnership will run from October 1, 2018 through September 4, 2019.

Kaplan has been an SNMA partner for many years. Each year 10 SNMA members are awarded full board review scholarships for USMLE Step I. Kaplan launched a new Step 2 CK Qbank Integrated Plan program that is based on Dr. Conrad Fischer's bestselling book, Master the Boards. The course has the Qbank students need, a personalized study plan and content videos you've have been asking for. Kaplan has a 7 day free trial at: www.kaplanmedical.com/step2ckintegratedplan

National Library of Medicine
A long-time supporter of SNMA International Missions, the National Library of Medicine offers educational workshops each year at the Annual Medical Education Workshop to mission participants prior to their journeys.

National Medical Association
The National Medical Association (NMA) is a long-time supporter of the SNMA. Originally founded as the student section of the NMA, the SNMA eventually became an independent organization. The NMA continues to serve as a mentor and programmatic supporter of the SNMA.

The Princeton Review
The Princeton Review offers discounts to SNMA pre-medical student members for the MCAT course.

Tour for Diversity in Medicine
Hip Hop Health (HHH) was founded by Alden Landry, MD. MPH, who served on the SNMA National Board of Directors. HHH and SNMA have partnered together in the Tour for Diversity in Medicine (TDM) project. TDM will host conferences at Historically Black Colleges and Universities around the country in an effort to draw more minority students to the field of medicine.