Medical Science Mastery, Simplified
Through a rigorous creative process, Ditki Medical & Biological Sciences presents science in an instructive format that flows logically, so comprehension comes naturally, and memorization comes easily. The Ditki multimodal learning tools and student-focused approach meet diverse learner needs, so students learn difficult concepts faster and retain information longer.
For lifelong learners, Ditki is used in both clinical and educational settings. Offering a customizable collection of systems-based, subject-based, foundational, and specialty courses, Ditki supports most program curricula. Users are in MD/DO schools, GME programs including neurology residency programs, physician assistant programs, nursing (RN) schools, nurse practitioner programs, and a variety of allied health programs. It is also used for MCAT, USMLE Step 1, 2 and 3 and COMLEX Step 1, 2 and 3 preparation. Practicing physicians utilize Ditki for CME and professional development.
Who is Ditki
Ditki, medical & biological sciences (formerly Draw it to Know it) was created by Dr. Adam Fisch, a practicing neurologist who developed the Ditki approach as a resident as a way to master vast amounts of medical science.
Immunology / Microbiology
Hematologic / Immunologic System
Musculoskeletal / Integumentary System
Anatomy & Physiology Fundamentals
Anatomy & Physiology
MCAT Biology & Biochemistry
USMLE / COMLEX - Step 1
USMLE / COMLEX - Step 2
USMLE / COMLEX - Step 3
Neurology Residency (RITE Exam)
Nurse Practitioner (NP) / Physician Assistant (PA)
Neurology - ABPN MOC
Concise Tutorials with Clear Diagrams – Medical Science, Simplified
Animated, narrated tutorials that use a step-wise approach to make complicated concepts easier to learn. Each “whiteboard style” tutorial starts from a blank page and builds to a complete diagram as the narrator and visuals layer in information in a way that students can easily understand. When students use Ditki tutorials, their study time is more efficient and more effective, with longer memory retention, compared to reading alone.
Interactive Activities – Engaged Students Learn Easier
Quizzes, exercises, labeling activities, clinical drills, board-style questions, and an interactive drawing pad engage students in a multitude of ways and allow them to make use of multimodal learning – visual, kinesthetic, and auditory. There’s truly something for every type of learner. Ditki is ADA-compliant, too!
Atlases, Directories, & Flashcard Glossaries – Go Further
Abdominal CT Atlas, Muscle-Nerve Directory, Brain Atlas, and countless Clinical Correlations make Ditki the all-in-one resource that students need to go further in their education.
Administrative Tools – Guide and Assess Students
Ditki is perfect for the flipped, virtual, or interactive classroom. Instructors can assign tutorials and other activities for students to complete out of class or in-class, and then track their progress with Ditki Institutional Analytics.
An excellent resource that I have used while studying for my internal medicine boards. I wish that I had known about this resource earlier in my career.
Ditki is, simply put, a game-changer. It allowed me to have a tactile and visual component that greatly improved my retention and understanding.
I still use Ditki given its ease of use, question bank, and their continuous improvement of the lessons... a must for anyone wanting to go into neurology or neurosurgery.
Ditki helps me review topics that I encounter daily and has made me a better clinical educator. It has had a significant role in my early medical career.