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Join GP Dr Sam Manger and special guests from around the World discussing the latest in evidence-based medicine and more. This podcast is designed-with-love for medical doctors, scientists, researchers, allied health, nurses, students and anybody else interested in health, science and medicine. Available on itunes and all podcast apps. http://thegpshow.com/
 
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 ...
 
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 G.I. 101, a series of podcasts produced in the Division of Gastroenterology at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. In this podcast series, we will be addressing common clinical problems that arise from the gastrointestinal tract. These podcasts are intended for medical students, medical residents and subspecialty gastroenterology fellows. We will be focusing in particular on problems related to gastrointestinal motility. We will also be discussing other common gastroint ...
 
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 ...
 
Two medical students in New York share their unfiltered stories of the hospital, the COVID pandemic, health, dirt on doctors and nurses, critical thoughts on medicine, and romance in the work place. Including tales of medicine from St. George's University in the Caribbean, as well as New York, Minnesota, and Canada. Featuring medical advice from International Medical Students (IMG's) that you should take with 100% confidence and without fact checking, this is obviously a joke. The informatio ...
 
The Undifferentiated Medical Student (TUMS) podcast is about helping medical students to choose a medical specialty and plan a career in medicine. The list of career options available to medical students is large, but the time to explore them all is short. Moreover, mentorship in medical school is lacking, and many medical students tackle the task of career planning alone, most struggling and almost all clutching to the hope that 3rd year clinical rotations will definitively resolve their re ...
 
Do you want to learn how to become a successful and happy MD? Yes? Well then this show is for you. Each week we bring you an inspiring person or message to help you unlock your full potential. You’ll learn the career secrets of some of the most successful doctors in the world, how they got to where they are, how they learn, their attitudes, what they look for in a young physician and much, much more. We try to reveal the success strategies that no one ever teaches you in medical school. You’ ...
 
The Doctor Paradox is about addressing why despite having incredibly meaningful jobs, doctors are increasingly unhappy in their work. Quite simply, it is a tragedy that we have allowed this to happen. That intensely passionate, dynamic and altruistic individuals have lost their core passions and found themselves adrift in the world of healthcare is unacceptable. The Doctor Paradox focuses on 4 key issues: 1. The factors that explain why doctors are dissatisfied with the world of healthcare. ...
 
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Chase DiMarco shares tips for practicing an evidence-based study technique called interleaving, which can be difficult to apply. 01:28] Interleaving Topics [03:36] Interleaving Materials [04:33] Choosing Study Resources [06:52] Filtering Question Banks [08:19] Stress + Rest = Growth [10:57] Recency Bias [12:14] Repeating the Same Question Bank Comm…
 
Dr. Ali Haider talks about his medical journey, advancements in interventional cardiology, and the role of social media in education. [02:01] Why Medicine? [05:48] Why Cardiology? [08:16] Advancements in Interventional Cardiology Procedures [09:54] Qualities of a Good Student [15:48] How to Gain Mentorship [19:09] The Role of Social Media in Medica…
 
By the end of this podcast, the listener will be able to: Identify key features on history and physical examination suggestive of proximal metacarpal fractures; Create a differential diagnosis for proximal metacarpal fractures; Understand the initial management for a patient with a proximal metacarpal fracture; Be aware of surgical and non-surgical…
 
Professor Gregory Phillips is the CEO of Abstarr consulting and Professor of First People’s Health in the School of Medicine at Griffith University. Gregory is from the Waanyi and Jaru Aboriginal Australian peoples and comes from Cloncurry and Mount Isa. He is a leading change maker, thought leader and medical anthropologist. He developed an accred…
 
(Replay episode 69) Dr Dean Ornish is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California, Founder and President of the non-for-profit Preventative Medical Research Institute, Founder of the only USA-medicare lifestyle-based program; the "Reversing Heart Disease" program, he has published extensively over 35 years in major journals suc…
 
Chase DiMarco talks about the science of successful learning and debunks the most common myths we have around it. He shares better learning strategies and insights from “Make It Stick”. [01:48] The Illusion of Knowing [03:09] Interleaving Practice [04:53] Easier isn’t Better [08:13] The Dunning-Kruger Effect [11:58] Apply Different Learning Styles …
 
Dr. Mandy Cuda trained at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) and served as an active-duty military physician for 16 years. Currently, Dr. Cuda is working as a part of USU’s teaching faculty and recruitment team. In todays’ episode, she shares her experiences as a USU student and as a female army physician. [01:20] Why Fa…
 
By the end of this podcast, you should be able to: Identify key features on history and physical examination suggestive of metacarpal fractures; Create a differential diagnosis for metacarpal fractures; Understand the initial management for a patient with a metacarpal fracture; Be aware of surgical and non-surgical options for the treatment of meta…
 
Chase DiMarco talks about how you can use deliberate practice to become an expert. This time around, he delves deeper into studies and examples from “Peak: Secrets from the New Science of Expertise” by Dr. K. Anders Ericsson (RIP). [02:02] Improvement Comes from Practice [04:07] Steps of Deliberate Practice [07:33] Inefficiencies in Medical Educati…
 
Dr. Jenny Wang discusses her experience of not matching into dermatology in 2018 and what she did to match the following year. [5:40] Dr. Wang's Match Week 2018 [8:00] What She Did to Improve Her Application [14:00] Stigmatization of Not Matching [17:30] Dr. Wang's Favorite Part of Derm Residency [22:55] Dr. Wang's Advice to Med & Premed Students T…
 
After listening to this episode, learners will be able to: Describe key structures relevant to the management of a nail bed injury; List key features on history and physical examination suggestive of a nail bed injury; Outline the initial management for a patient with a nail bed injury; Discuss surgical and non-surgical options for the treatment of…
 
Chase DiMarco talks about flow, the mental state of immersive focus. He draws insights and tips from Mikaly Csikszentmihalyi’s book called “Finding Flow”. Unsurprisingly, attention and curiosity are necessary to get into that zone of concentration. [00:58] Defining Flow [01:38] How to Reach Flow State [08:06] Learning Requires Undivided Attention […
 
Dr. Yolandra Hancock discusses obesity medicine, acknowledging the validity of reluctance towards vaccines, and healthcare disparities in communities of color. [01:08] Why Dr. Hancock Chose Pediatrics [03:40] How Students Can Advocate for Decreasing Health Disparities [09:06] Obesity Medicine and Effective Public Policy [13:12] COVID-19 and Communi…
 
At the end of this podcast, listeners should be able to: Describe an approach to a patient presenting with a digital amputation; Describe an approach to classifying digital amputations; List the indications and contraindications of digital replantation; State the operative sequence of a digital replantation surgery; Recall the key points related to…
 
Chase DiMarco talks about task management and prioritization. He shares insights and tips from Brian Tracy’s book called “Eat That Frog”. Learn how to organize your to-do list effectively using these 5 principles. [01:26] Planning Saves Time [03:30] The Law of Three [05:24] The 80/20 Rule [07:53] The ABCDE Method [11:37] How to Tackle Big Tasks [14…
 
Dr. Austin Chiang, Gastroenterologist and founder of the Association for Healthcare Social Media (AHSM), discusses gastroenterology and the role of social media in healthcare. [01:06] Why Dr. Chiang Chose His Specialty [05:24] The Association for Healthcare Social Media [12:10] Social Media Advice for Pre-med And Medical Students [13:48] Cool Sculp…
 
Chase DiMarco talks about how medical students can increase their motivation level. He cites several studies that delve into intrinsic and extrinsic motivation and the factors that can influence both. [03:29] Theories of Motivation [05:58] Intrinsic Motivation vs Extrinsic Motivation [09:48] How to Affect Motivation [11:37] The Role of Self-Concept…
 
Dr. Catherine “Cat” Chamberlain discusses her journey to medicine, the best parts of being a primary care physician, and how she addresses COVID skepticism with her patients. [01:33] Dr. Chamberlain’s Journey to Medicine [05:43] Why Dr. Chamberlain Chose Family Medicine [08:22] Addiction Medicine [12:31] Being a Primary Care Physician During the Pa…
 
In this video, Dr. Jonathan White from Surgery 101 discusses the concept of inclusive medicine, as well as other aspects of diversity, and physician self-care with Queensland Australian of the Year (2021), Dr. Dinesh Palipana, disability advocate, and Australia’s only quadriplegic ER doctor.
 
As Joel Katlin says "Our national divide is usually cast in terms of ideology, race, climate, and gender. But it might be more accurate to see our national conflict as regional and riven by economic function. The schism is between two ways of making a living, one based in the incorporeal world of media and digital transactions, the other in the tan…
 
In this episode, the host pulls a Joe Rogan and explains DMT and his experience on it. The co-host belittles the poor children of New York, and is promptly scolded for it. We discuss the communication skills of medical professionals and the perks of being a city doc and a country doc. Also, the Co-host vents about how he wants a plastic surgeon to …
 
Dr. Joel Ramirez talks about how tutoring can be a valuable resource for medical students studying for the USMLE exams. As someone who personally benefited from tutoring, Dr. Ramirez has a passion for educating and tutoring. MedSchoolCoach provides tutoring for both USMLE board exams (shelf and step), as well as the MCAT. [02:38] Tutoring for the M…
 
Dr. Christopher Loo, a full-time entrepreneur, coach, and speaker, shares his journey to financial freedom and gives tips on how you can set yourself up for financial success in medicine. [00:42] Dr. Loo’s Medical Journey and Career [04:20] Combined MD-PhD Program [06:59] The Dilemma of Being a Physician [10:12] SEAK Non-Clinical Careers Conference…
 
Associate Professor Rebecca Burgell is a gastroenterologist who leads the functional bowel disorders clinic at the Alfred Hospital and is the Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders Service Head, Monash University. She has a PhD from the University of London in neuro-gastroenterology. Associate Professor Jane Muir is Head of Translational Nutrition S…
 
Chase DiMarco talks about 7 habits of highly successful medical students, a concept borrowed from Stephen Covey's The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. He tries to dissect how the book's strategies can be applied to the medical world and explain why habits can make or break your medical journey. [03:29] Be proactive [04:57] Begin with The En…
 
Dr. Qiratulanne “Annie” Khan discusses family medicine, her volunteer work through the World Health Organization in rural South Asia, and the psychosomatic effects of untreated anxiety and depression. [01:26] Why Annie Chose Family Medicine [11:24] Disparities in Health Care in the US [15:00] Impostor Syndrome [22:02] Being a Doctor at John Muir [2…
 
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