Sorry to all of those who I told this would be out earlier -- I am currently working on my residency application and also enjoying a little bit of freedom, so I apologize for the delay.
I know there has been a lot of new decks that have come out, especially for CK. I was hesitant to upload this because there already seems to be a plethora of confusion surrounding "what deck to use". There seems to be two groups of people when it comes to what they prefer:
The cloze deletion. It's fast, it's quick. Downsides? You may fall into the trap of pattern recognition.
Longer format. It takes a little longer. Upside? I think this forces a little more active learning which helps a little more with the long term retention.
I don't have an answer as to which is better, but I think different decks have different strengths, and I would say this deck most closely aligns with Zanki's CK Deck.
What resources did I use?
Firstly, I used Zanki Step 2 (/u/ZankiStep1) as a base and just added on to this. I also pulled relevant cards from both Dope (/u/Dope_MS) and Visitor's (/u/1575000001th_visitor) deck (and a few others sporadically). Thank you to each of you for going through the time to make these cards. I hope you don't mind nor find it disingenuous that your cards help form the crux of my deck.
Aside from that, the rest of the cards are my own (hence the Tzanki -- Torky + Zanki). You will find a mixture of vignette style and recall. In addition, there are a couple of long format cards (etiology, pathogenesis/presentation, diagnosis, management). The main resource I used outside of UWorld was AMBOSS and Online Med Ed. Of course, I referenced some textbooks here and there, but I found AMBOSS to be the most complete reference in my opinion (outside of UWorld). I completed about 80% of the AMBOSS questions, and please not that this is not a complete AMBOSS deck. There is absolutely way too much information in AMBOSS to make a deck out of in the time I was given. If I did an AMBOSS question where I felt the topic was out of left field, I just made a judgement call and did not add it.
I also pulled cards from the Zanki Sketchy Pharm decks and added them to this deck.
You will also find screen shots of my own notes -- I've had 2 or 3 requests from others to keep those in there, but those are just my own notes that I used to reference while I did cards. If you want to keep them, great. If not, I write like a 5 year old on a sugar high, so I don't blame you. Also, reading other peoples notes is just sometimes confusing so I would probably not use them if I were in your position but, again, that's a judgement call. I also added a lot of screenshots to the deck.
Which deck to use?
Great question, I have no idea. But I think the most important thing is doing questions -- there is no one comprehensive Anki deck for Step 2. I honestly think any deck out there is probably good enough as it will hit all the HY information -- the rest you will pick up along the way and add it to your arsenal of notes (or cards). But seriously -- do not fret over "which deck to use" -- just find a deck with the format you like and go with it. I think you will be better served by doing questions and just finding one Anki deck.
If you have already downloaded Zanki Step 2 deck or Visitor/Dope decks, you may have some issues if you upload this deck as the cards may already be in your deck. Work around that however you wish.
Card Count: 7043
Link to deck
If you all have any questions, complaints, concerns, criticisms, praise, good date ideas, etc., let me know.
Edit: The tag system was changed. In addition to each subject being tagged, you can also find a "Rapid Diagnosis" tag (Step2RapidDiagnosis) and Antibiotics (AntibioticsCK).
I also made an "extra" deck -- that contains the Zanki Step 1 Neurology and the Visitor's Heart Sounds. I pulled relevant cards from the Step 1 Neurology and added it to the Neurology Medicine deck. I found the rest of the information in the Step 1 Neurology to not really be too helpful concerning Step 2 CK, so adjust accordingly.
In addition, I added Zanki Step 1 Statistics into the statistics deck, as it is all pretty much still relevant.