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Specialty Stories is a podcast to help premed and medical students choose a career. What would you do if you started your career and realized that it wasn't what you expected? Specialty Stories will talk to physicians and residency program directors from every specialty to help you make the most informed decision possible. Check out our others shows at MededMedia.com
 
Physicians with admission committee experience share tips, strategies, and experiences to help premed students succeed at becoming a doctor. Guest speakers provide insight into applying to medical school, selecting a medical specialty, and applying for residency. The Prospective Doctor podcast is for anyone considering, or on the path to, practicing medicine!
 
Welcome to Surgery 101, a series of podcasts produced with the help of the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. The podcasts are intended to serve as brief introductions or reviews of surgical topics for medical students. We've aimed to cover a single topic in between 10-20 minutes so that you can quickly get a good idea of the basic concepts involved. Every episode is divided into chapters and concludes with several key points to summarize the topic. We are always keen to receive your ...
 
On Money Meets Medicine, Jimmy Turner, MD from The Physician Philosopher and Ryan Inman, a fee-only financial advisor, combine their experience to teach you about the personal finance topics you wish you had learned in medical school. The MMM podcast will help you tackle your student loans, achieve financial independence, invest for retirement, and decrease your financial stress and burnout. Come find out how much you can learn about money with the experience and perspective of a physician a ...
 
Wendell Cole is a doctor, entrepreneur, and avid traveler. He started college at the age of 16 and has an avid interest in medicine, investing, personal development, and the art of living life. In this show, he talks to extraordinary people from diverse areas and learns the stories, mindsets, tools, and habits for growth and success that listeners can use. Topics include but aren't limited to: Personal Growth, Raw Food Nutrition, Trauma Surgery Stories, Photography, Sports, Life Hacks + more!
 
This is an audio podcast targeting doctors, medical and dental students as well as small business owners/consultants who want to consider where to put practices within the United States and how to promote them. We will discuss growth, demographic character, psychographic profiles, competition saturation, and economic development. Additionally, we will deal with the research indicating media, messages, promotions, and strategies to build and enhance a patient base. The Podcast is hosted by Sc ...
 
Black Men in White Coats podcast is dedicated to telling the stories of black male clinicians. Our goal is to inspire others to pursue careers in healthcare, and to promote a positive narrative for black men overall. By allowing black male clinicians to tell their stories, we aim to touch minds and touch hearts. *Hosted and founded by Dale Okorodudu, MD.
 
Applying to medical school can be a very complex and confusing process! All Access: Med School Admissions by Christian Essman, Senior Director of Admissions & Financial Aid at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio, brings listeners into informative and entertaining conversations between admissions colleagues from medical schools across the US. Christian and his guests try to bring transparency to the medical school application process and help prospective appl ...
 
A collaboration between the Medical School Headquarters and Blueprint MCAT Prep, The MCAT Podcast is here to make sure you have the information you need to succeed on your MCAT test day. We all know that the MCAT is one of the biggest hurdles on your journey to becoming a physician. Listening to this podcast will give you the motivation and information that you need to know to help you get the score you deserve so you can one day call yourself a physician.
 
The National Society for Nontraditional Premedical & Medical Students, Inc., better known by our website name, OldPreMeds.org or simply OPM, is a professional/pre-professional society and educational conduit for non-traditional students who seek to become Physicians. For those whose path to medicine is not the traditional high school to college to medical school, OPM's mission is to assist and advise on how to successfully prepare, apply, and succeed in both medical schools and residency tra ...
 
Let's bring the public back into public health. Produced by a team of NPR veterans, and hosted by a brother-sister duo -- she's a nurse practitioner, he's in health care PR -- The Public Health Podcast shares the rarely heard experiences of the women and men who really make our health systems run. Sign up for the The Public Health Podcast email at: http://eepurl.com/hgBeM5 Follow @RyanBirchmeier and @Thunder11PR on Twitter. The Public Health Podcast is a production of Thunder11, a strategic ...
 
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
 
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My guy, student doctor Joe Haynes has an awesome story! Currently a third year medical student, he is not letting anything stop him from achieving his childhood dream of becoming a Neurosurgeon. Hear his story from an ambitious childhood growing up in Guyana and Barbados, raised by a single mother and later landing in New York. He is the definition…
 
Dr. Kyle Bradford Jones talks about self-care in medicine, why you should consider medicine, and the challenges medical students face in training. [00:33] Getting to Know Dr. Kyle Bradford Jones [06:18] Challenges Faced by Medical Students During Training [08:38] Self-Care in Medicine [11:05] Is Medicine Really for you? [14:40] Why Dr. Jones Decide…
 
Can't get enough of these honest, powerful conversations with Dr. Oyerinde? Neither could we. In Part II, we talk about the "minority tax," the need for universal Skin of Color dermatology education, and how diversity & inclusion efforts should a valuable part of the academic currency. Talk to us: Email: topicalpod@gmail.com Twitter: @TopicalPod @K…
 
After listening to this podcast, students should be able to: Identify risk factors related to each of the two types of esophageal cancer List symptoms presented by patients with esophageal cancer. Explain recommended steps to diagnose patients with esophageal cancer List the general treatment options for patients with esophageal cancer…
 
Money is a tool that helps us live the life we want, or keep us trapped in a lifestyle that we can't afford. One of the easiest ways to fall into this lifestyle trap is by thinking in terms of monthly payments. Ryan and Jimmy are here to remind you that if you think you can afford something through monthly payments, then you really can't afford it.…
 
We’re taking you to the Pacific Northwest of the United States with Dr. Robert Cloutier, the Assistant Dean of Undergradute Medical Education (UME) Admissions at the Oregon Health and Science University. Listen in on this reflective and insightful conversation with Dr. Cloutier as he comments on their curricular and admissions philosophies. HELP US…
 
Episode 61 This MCAT podcast covers the respiratory system. First, I cover the anatomy of the respiratory system. Then, I dive into its main functions: Gas exchange (breathing mechanisms here too) Thermoregulation Particle filtration pH control Lastly I talk about how the respiratory system is controlled. Comments, questions, concerns? Email me: sa…
 
Dr. Manisha Rayavarapu, a family medicine physician living with Lupus, talks about the relationship between medicine and sacrifice and the importance of self-care in medicine. [00:34] Getting to Know Dr. Manisha Rayavarapu [01:05] Dr. Manisha's Journey Into Medicine [02:15] The Biggest Challenges in Medical School [05:12] Manisha's Book: A Doctor's…
 
In this episode Madeline McDonald interviews Dr. Najma Ahmed who is the co-founder of Canadian Doctors for Protection from Guns. Madeline and Dr. Ahmed discuss various topics from mentorship and physician advocacy to gun control and the government's responsibilty to address gun violence as a public health emergency.…
 
No one knows when a market crash is going to happen. It could be as soon as you listen to this podcast episode, or it could be 10 years down the road. This causes people to panic at the slightest sign of a downturn. That's why Ryan and Jimmy are here to make sure you feel prepared to weather any financial crisis. Do you want to achieve the financia…
 
Oceanographer, poet, doctor - all these were aspirations of Dr. Oyetewa Oyerinde, and she has achieved many of these and more. We talk about her path to dermatology and her interests in diversity, equity and inclusion. We delve deep into how to combat micro-aggressions, minimize implicit bias and how to take action toward being upstanders in medici…
 
Dr. Erkeda DeRouen from the Prospective Doctor Podcast talks to me about being a reapplicant and what I did to improve my application in order to get an acceptance. [00:46] Introduction [02:22] Why Choose Medicine? [06:01] Sam’s First Round of Medical School Applications [14:09] How to Improve Your Med School Applications [26:00] Medical School Int…
 
Dr. DeRouen talks to Sam, a successful medical school reapplicant. He shares his feelings throughout the reapplication process and advice for students getting ready to apply or reapply. Sam's path to medicine [3:05] The experience of reapplying [6:43] Tips for improving/optimizing your application [16:00] Med school interviews in the future [27:35]…
 
A true champion for diversity and jack of all trades, Dr. McDade shares with us how a poor kid from the southside of Chicago thrived and paved the way for so many others. At age 15, he already graduated from high school and quickly surrounded himself with greatness. His story is truly inspiring.
 
By the end of this podcast, you will be able to: Identify key features on history and physical examination suggestive of an extensor tendon injury; List key structures relevant to the management of an extensor tendon injuries; Discuss of surgical and non-surgical options for the treatment of extensor tendon injuries; Outline potential complications…
 
Most doctors switch employers within 2-5 years of starting their first job because of burnout, need to be closer to family, or having to work with Jimmy. Considering these changes happen so frequently in the medical field, Ryan and Jimmy want to make sure that if you are considering switching employers, that you avoid these financial mistakes you c…
 
Dr. Lina Mehta, Associate Dean for Admissions at CWRU School of Medicine, joins me for a very important conversation to walk through the process of the AMCAS Choose Your Medical School tool. This is a very important part of the admissions process whereby accepted students have to indicate their decision as to where they intend to attend medical sch…
 
We're taking you to The Big Apple (aka New York City) to hear from two admissions experts from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai. Join me to hear Jessica Maysonnet, Associate Director of Admissions, & Jackie Chudow, Assistant Director of Admissions for Medical Education & Special Programs, discuss all of the opportunities a medical school i…
 
Dr. Michael Zema, author of Modern Healthcare Delivery, Deliverance or Debacle - A Glimpse from the Inside Out, shares his journey into cardiology, how we can better the healthcare system, and essential skills for future medical leaders. [00:35] Getting to know Dr. Michael Zema [05:07] The Journey to Cardiology [08:38] Dr. Zema’s Inspiration to Wri…
 
By the end of this podcast, you should be able to: Identify key features on history and physical examination suggestive of flexor tendon injury; List the implications of primary versus secondary repairs; Identify key structures relevant to the management of a flexor tendon injuries; Discuss surgical and non-surgical options for the treatment of fle…
 
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