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Before medical school you want to help people feel better. Once you start training and get into your practice,whether it is private, hospital-based, institutional, academic or corporate, you discover the distress of toxic work habits, stressed health professionals and bureaucracy. You are in danger of becoming a faceless white coat that doesn’t have a clue how to feel good! This show meets doctors and allied health professionals where they are, from medical school, residency, fellowship, pra ...
 
Start every week with the same mentorship that has helped countless premeds gain admission to medical school. Dr. Dale is the co-founder of PreMedSTAR.com, the author of How to Raise a Doctor, and the author of PreMed Mondays. Every Monday, he releases a new mentorship podcast on a specific topic to get premeds ready to take on the week! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/drdale/support
 
The first series in our podcast will be interviewing successful budding business individuals and entrepreneurs across all industries. We are looking to motivate and inspire , by taking a look at relatable, real, everyday people who have exceeded in their field to take a look inside their life and the journey that they are on.
 
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Meg McHugh is a graduate of the Robert Gordon University with a BA in Media Studies. Now a national radio presenter across seven stations in Scotland including, Clyde 1 and Forth 1, she also hosts her own podcast, the McHugh Corner where she discusses mental health and other taboo topics. Meg also happens to be a patient of mine, so we will be disc…
 
Dr Lauren Evans is a graduate of the medical school at the University of Glasgow. She originally trained to be a GP, but has since become a Dermatology Specialty Doctor, supporting this with a Dermatology Diploma from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. On a quest to be a great mother and support her family, Lauren wanted extra…
 
Week 52 of the PreMed Mondays book covers my best wishes for you. We've been walking this journey together for the past 1 year! Can you believe that! We've covered my entire book! This has been one of my most special projects. So many of you have reached out and sent me messages. Each one of them has been VERY special and I am appreciative of your …
 
Week 51 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 why the field of medicine is worth the wait. To become a doctor, you have to put in decades of work! It's a tough road with plenty of sacrifices. You'll have ups and downs that make you question why you're pursuing this career. DON'T QUIT! It's worth the wait! Here are 5 reasons why! Click HERE to registe…
 
Week 50 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 reasons to consider a gap year. Nowadays, many students take a break between college and medical school. There are plenty of benefits to doing this. In this weeks episode, we'l consider five of them. Click HERE to register for our next webinar on Wednesday May 29th at 8pm ET- “Budgeting for the Med School…
 
Week 49 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 ways to pay for medical school. Unfortunately, may premeds aren't taught much about finances prior to starting medical school. This leads to some pretty poor decisions which have real implications years later. In general, there are very few ways to finance medical school and in this episode I'll cover 5 o…
 
Week 48 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 courses to consider taking before you graduate. Now of course you have to take certain prerequisites to get into medical school, but beyond that, there are other classes that could prove rather beneficial. In this episode, I'll share 5 courses to take in undergrad that could get you off to a running start…
 
Week 47 of the PreMed Mondays book covers personal accountability. This is a tough episode. Students need to understand that at the end of the day, whether they succeed or not is due to their own performance. You can't blame anyone else or life's circumstances. If you want to be successful, you have to figure it out. Life will throw curveballs and …
 
Week 46 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 things to do after your interview! Here's the deal, your job ins't complete after the interview is over. You've got a few things left to do in order to keep on impressing the school as well as making sure your can stay on track moving forward. In this episode, we'll cover 5 of those things! Click HERE to …
 
Week 45 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 questions for you to ask your interviewer. A great way to really impress your interviewer is to be prepared to answer their question, "So what questions do you have for me?" In this episode, I'll go over 5 key questions that you can ask your interviewer. Click HERE to register for our 3rd annual Applicati…
 
Week 44 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 interview questions to prepare for. There is an infinite number of questions that can be asked during interviews so it's not possible to prepare for every single one. However, there are a few that you should always be ready to answer. For example, why do you want to be a medical doctor? In this episode, w…
 
Week 43 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 things to do in preparation for interview day. Hands down, this is one of the most inquired about topic. The truth is, if a school gives you an interview, they probably think you're a good enough student to succeed at their institution. It's your job now not to blow the interview. Better yet, it's your jo…
 
Week 42 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 dual degree programs to consider. One great thing about the field of medicine is that other degrees complement the MD (or DO) very well. In this episode of PreMed Mondays, we'll discuss five dual degree programs that premeds can consider. Premeds, find affordable services designed to help you get accepted…
 
Week 40 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 things to consider when choosing which medical schools to apply to! Yes you need to apply strategically! There are a few key things every premed should consider when deciding which schools to apply to. Here are some of them: 1) Has the school shown any interest in you? 2) What are their average USMLE/COML…
 
Week 39 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 ways to get recruited to medical school. YES, you can get recruited to medical school, and you should want to get recruited. There are plenty of reasons why a medical school may pursue a student and you want to be well positioned to be one of those desired students. Premeds, find affordable services desig…
 
Week 38 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 tips to writing a great personal statement. Besides your actual interview, this is your best opportunity during the application process to show the medical schools who you really are. The 5 tips are: 1) Make it personal 2) Don't embellish 3) Write when you feel like writing 4) Don't turn your essay into a…
 
Week 37 of the PreMed Mondays book covers the importance of networking as a premed. This is the "N" in my G.R.I.N.D. success strategy and one of the most important things for you to get right on your journey to success. Show me your 5 closest friends and I'll tell you who you are! Premeds, find affordable services designed to help you get accepted …
 
Week 36 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 things to consider when preparing to study for the MCAT (Medical College Admission Test). Last week we talked about the MCAT in general, but this week I'll break down some specific things for you to think about BEFORE you start studying for it. Premeds, find affordable services designed to help you get ac…
 
Week 35 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 things to know about the MCAT (Medical College Admission Test). This is considered by many to be the most important test for your career as a doctor. Prior to taking on this beast of a test, you'll want to know some basic yest critical information about the exam to help you strategize ahead of time. And r…
 
Week 34 of the PreMed Mondays book covers getting great rec letters. The key word is great, NOT good! This is one of the most important aspects of the medical school application (and all applications in general). The best way for people who have never met you to get a sense of who you are is by listening to what others say. You've got to get this r…
 
Week 33 of the PreMed Mondays book covers Gifts & Works. Most people don't know the difference between their job and their work. Your job is NOT your identity. A proper understanding of this can change your life! In order to know your work, you should know your gifts! In this episode, I'll help you understand Gifts & Works! Premeds, find affordable…
 
As a premed, there are certain key dates that you must know. These are dates essential to you getting accepted to medical school. Week 32 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 must know dates for premedical students. Premeds, find affordable services designed to help you get accepted into medical school at www.PreHealthMarket.com. And join the online…
 
You've probably done a LOT of great things as a premedical student and your Curriculum Vitae is your opportunity to document them and share them. Week 31 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 tips to create an amazing curriculum vitae. This is your opportunity to shine and you want to do it right! Premeds, find affordable services designed to help yo…
 
Summers are critical to your success as a premed! Week 30 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 ways that premeds can spend their summers. My summer experiences provided excellent experiences for me and played an essential role in my matriculation to medical school. The same is true for a LOT of now doctors. Premeds, find affordable services designed…
 
***Listen to this episode, I'm giving out a FREE Kaplan MCAT Prep Course (worth $2400). Listen to hear how you can win**** This is how to become a successful premed! G.R.I.N.D.!!! Week 29 of the PreMed Mondays book covers the Premed G.R.I.N.D. success strategy. I use G.R.I.N.D. to take on many of my goals! The idea here is to be systematic and have…
 
Week 28 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 medically related jobs for premeds. As a premedical student, you're super busy but still need a little bit of money in your pockets. Even if you don't need the money, work exposure is great for your medical school application! In this episode of PreMed Mondays, I'll discuss 5 medically related jobs that h…
 
Week 27 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 reasons to consider studying abroad. Stepping out of the box and exploring a new culture provides many benefits. Studying abroad allows you to meet new people, learn about new cultures, and broaden your mindset. In this episode, I share 5 reasons to consider doing it.Premeds, find affordable services desi…
 
Week 26 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 reasons to consider undergraduate research. During my undergraduate and medical school years, I did quite a bit of research. The benefits were intangible. My advice to students is to give it a shot. You won't know if you like research until you try it. if you don't like it....well...then stop doing it.Pre…
 
Practice is the act of repeating an action until it becomes natural. Rehearsal is stepping through the motions before an actual event. Both are valuable in the context of conversation with a patient.By Lori L Barr, MD, Career and Practice Mentor
 
Dr. Lori Barr gives examples of the four questions you can ask as a leader, mentor doctor or podcast host that will turn your colleague, protege, patient or show guest into an instant superhero.By Lori L Barr, MD, Career and Practice Mentor
 
Doctors ask me, "Dr. Lori, how do you decide who to have as a guest on your show?" There are four lens you can assess potential guest through that allows you to be strategic about who you interview. Listen to start using these lens.By Lori L Barr, MD, Career and Practice Mentor
 
Week 24 of the PreMed Mondays book covers 5 tips for a great shadowing experience. As a premed, shadowing is essentially a requirement if you want to get in med school. It's not always easy to come across these opportunities so when you do, you need to get the most out of it. You want your experience to rewarding for you and clinician. In this epis…
 
Doctors look sheepishly at me sometimes and ask, "Who would listen to my show?" There is a better question for them to ask regarding their ideal listener. Listen and find out.By Lori L Barr MD Career and Practice Mentor
 
Dr. Lori Barr answers the questions doctors are asking her about podcasts. Todays question: What is the one key ingredient to a profitable podcast that beginner podcasters sometimes overlook? Find out now.By Lori L Barr, MD, Career and Practice Mentior
 
Ask these three questions to discover your return on investment (ROI) on your podcast (and on any other marketing or outreach, promotion or publicity you try). One question will even predict whether or not you are likely to be in practice next year!By Lori L Barr, MD Career and Practice Mentor
 
This is the second part of the interview with Dr. Nii-Daako Darko. In this conversation, learn how delightful it feels to know how far your message carries when you make an effort to blog, podcast, or put up a video. Hear about how legacy-building can extend far beyond your box and the border.By Lori L Barr, MD, Career and Practice Mentor
 
Trauma surgeon and host of "Docs Outside the Box, Dr. Nii Darko explains how he shifted from success in traditional medicine to a more fulfilling professional lifestyle on his own terms.By Lori L Barr, MD, Career and Practice Mentor
 
Dr. Cyntrell Crawford shares her expertise on how habits form and strategies to break them from her book, The Urge Fix Recovery Guide.By Lori L Barr, MD, Career and Practice Mentor
 
Dr. Barr shares one idea for infusing small quantities of thanksgiving into the repetitive tasks you perform day in and day out. She mentions Amy Morin's 7 Scientifically Proven Benefits of Gratitude from Psychology Today.By Lori L Barr, MD, Career and Practice Mentor
 
Week 23 of the PreMed Mondays book covers covers 5 extracurricular activities to consider. Extracurriculars are critical to your success as a premed. There are tons to choose from. This episode will touch on 5 key ones.Remember to register for our upcoming webinar with Dean Quinn Capers from Ohio State University School of Medicine. Click the link …
 
You might be surprised that the volume of sitting a radiologist does these days is an occupational health hazard. Here are five steps to consider to mitigate that risk.By Lori L Barr MD, Career and Practice Mentor
 
When a physician schedules a strategy session with Dr. Lori Barr, increasing profitability is discussed. Docgitimacy™, a measure of a doctor's influence, credibility and trustworthiness, is a factor in profitability and additional revenue streams. How does a podcast increase Docgitimacy™? There are four ways discussed on this episode. Let's discuss…
 
When Dr. Lori Barr mentors physicians and other credentialed professionals this is one question that comes up again and again when new media and podcast production are considered. What is a lossy audio file?By Lori L Barr, MD, Career and Practice Mentor
 
When Dr. Lori Barr mentors doctors and other credentialed professionals with regard to new media and podcasting, one question comes up again and again. What is a lossless audio file? Here is a simple answer.By Lori L Barr MD Career and Practice Mentor
 
There are four choices when you are ready to take your lossless .aiff or .wav digital audio file, combine it with your bumpers and produce your podcast or other new media episode. Learn the basics of these choices.By Lori L Barr MD Career and Practice Mentor
 
Doctors ask, "How do I record podcast episodes?" Dr. Lori Barr outlines four simple steps for recording a podcast episode. With a closet full of clothes, an iRig Lav Mic by IK Multimedia and a smart phone, you can create a recording that is pleasing to the listening ear.By Lori L Barr MD Career and Practice Mentor
 
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