My name is Shan Nanji, and I am currently a medical student. When it came time to prep for USMLE Step 1, I elected to attend the P.A.S.S. Program in Champaign, Illinois where I met Dr. Francis Ihejirika. Dr. Francis taught me how to understand medicine and recognize concepts. He also blessed me with an opportunity to conduct Pharmacology and Pathology “Drill” Review sessions at the P.A.S.S. Program. During this time I realized that pharmacology could be made very simple, without the need to read list after list of drugs, study an entire pharmacology textbook, or memorize every detail. I developed K.I.S.S. Pharmacology, a unique student-based approach and a P.A.S.S. Program approved pharmacology series, to help make pharmacology easy for everyone. Pharmacology has many patterns and I will highlight those patterns so that you too can understand pharmacology. At the Keeping It Simple Series we keep things very simple. Trust me, if I can do it – you can too!
After seeing the success of KISSPharm, I decided to get together with students and professors from various healthcare related disciplines to bring you the KISSPrep series. Please take a minute to look at our sample lectures and thank you for visiting the site.