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Perfection. In dentistry, your patients, assistant, and practice manager all want this. But that often results in another ‘P’ - pressure - which can lead to anxiety and stress. Not a good recipe for success, especially as a young dentist. Fortunately, this isn’t a new feeling. Though it’s rarely mentioned, every experienced and successful dentist has walked a similar path. So we’ve decided to tap their brains, pepper them with questions, and record their answers for you. On the Young Dental ...
 
The Creative Composite is an innovative Digital Dental Marketing agency based in Manchester, UK, ran by experienced dental professionals. We believe that all dental professionals should have a sound understanding of business and marketing to help them excel in their careers, business life and personal life so we are on a mission to educate, inspire and motivate.
 
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!
 
A podcast for anyone, especially students, interested in exploring a successful health or wellness career. The goal is to serve as a resource by which listeners will gain a deeper and more complete picture of the many and various health and wellness professions available to pursue. Professionals working in healthcare and wellness are interviewed from across the country. Each guest interviewee provides an authentic perspective of what it is really like to work in their field, explain why they ...
 
The Healthy Brain Podcast is a fun and encouraging place to connect for Real Talk about healthy living, so that you can have the healthiest brain ever for physical stability, mental clarity, and longevity. There’s no sugar-coating here! Certified nutritionist and a daughter of dementia, Carrie Miller hits on hard topics and covers the facts giving you insight into alternative approaches to optimize your brain. It’s time to Take Control of Your Own Health, so that you can enjoy a life full of ...
 
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Erkeda DeRouen talks to Dr. Shirag Shemmassian, the Founder of Shemmassian Academic Consulting and one of the world's leading experts on medical school admissions, college admissions, and graduate school admissions. For nearly 20 years, he and his team have helped thousands of students get into medical school and top colleges using his systematic a…
 
Erkeda DeRouen talks to Emma Goldberg. Emma is a researcher and writer for the New York Times, focusing on medicine and medical education. She is interested in racial and gender inequities within medicine. She loves reading about the culture of medicine and the perspective of physicians on the issues they face. Emma believes that her work on medici…
 
The Two Reds are Better Than One interview this week was with Jasmin Wigglesworth - the Practice Manager of Infinity Dental - and Gaby Saracino-Hamill - the lead TCO within the practice. Last year we interviewed Mohsin Patel who is the Principal of the practice and many listeners stated it was one of the best interviews that we have done. This time…
 
Erkeda DeRouen talks to Dr. Jamel Hill, MD. Dr. Hill is a recent graduate of Indiana University School of Medicine. In this episode, Erkeda talks to him about his bumpy road to medicine, his experience as a minority in medical school, and the importance of representation and resources for minorities in medicine. [00:35] Introducing Dr. Jamel Hill, …
 
Erkeda DeRouen talks to Dr. Liz Aguirre, MD, CCDS. Liz is a board-certified Internal Medicine physician with ten years of experience in hospital medicine and six years of Clinical Documentation Improvement experience. An educator to physicians, nurses, and students, Liz is passionate about person-centered wellness, focusing on mental and spiritual …
 
Seeing little children suffer from various medical emergencies can be a heart wrenching experience, but you don’t have the luxury of time to wallow in pity if you’re the pediatric emergency medicine physician on duty. Nkeiruka Orajiaka grapples with this reality every day. Born and raised in Nigeria, Nkeiruka has always been passionate about medici…
 
Dr. Christina Rosenthal, founder of Determined to be a Doctor Someday (DDS), a non-profit organization that exposes the youth to healthcare professions, talks about her experience in dental school, her work with DDS, and work-life balance. [01:11] Why Dentistry? [04:09] Biggest Challenge in Dental School [05:55] Determined to be a Doctor Someday [0…
 
Pregnancy can be a magical yet challenging time, especially when the time for the baby to be born comes around! That's where labor and delivery nurses come in to help the mother through her delivery safely. Join Dr. Richard Marn as he sits down for a conversation with Labor and Delivery Nurse Shaina Brickner. They talk about the challenges faced by…
 
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…
 
Veterinary medicine is truly a colorful world. They cater to cats and dogs every day, even the occasional snakes and reptiles. But beyond the cuteness is the challenging daily grind of every veterinarian. Joining Richard Marn, MD is award-winning veterinarian Dr. Ernie Ward to share a glimpse of his life treating all kinds of animals on a daily bas…
 
Rich Madow is a Dentist, Speaker and Business Coach from Baltimore in the USA. He graduated in 1984 and started his dentistry career working in a hospital. Very quickly he found an associate position. However, he soon clashed with his boss and after a few months was sacked from his job. Not long after, he purchased a run down Practice in his hometo…
 
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…
 
It is always said that prevention is better than cure. Of course, the same goes when taking care of your teeth, which calls for proper dental hygiene. Discussing how to maintain excellent oral health and avoid diseases with Richard Marn, MD is dental hygienist Sarah Liebkemann RDH, BSDH. She explains how her profession differs from dentists as well…
 
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]…
 
One of the most flexible professions in healthcare is a genetic counselor since they can jump from one expertise to another should they deem it necessary. Kira Dineen found her purpose in healthcare as a prenatal genetic counselor. She joins Richard Marn, MD to provide a glimpse of her life in private practice, unraveling the best and most challeng…
 
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…
 
When people think of careers in mental health, they usually think of psychologists or psychiatrists. But did you know that you can get the best of both worlds without having to undergo a residency by being a nurse practitioner? Yes, a nurse practitioner can specialize in mental health and Dr. Richard Marn as got one to humor you in this episode. Dr…
 
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…
 
If you’re looking for a profession that offers visible results, literally, then becoming an optometrist may be the one for you! Taking us into the wealth of opportunities this profession can give to its practitioners and professionals is Dr. Harbir Sian, Optometrist and owner of Clarity Eyecare. In this episode, he joins Dr. Richard Marn to share w…
 
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…
 
One of the fascinating things about being a massage therapist is that it's a health career with so many diverse avenues you can get into. Today's guest is Whitney Lowe, Director at Academy of Clinical Massage, who has been a massage therapist for over 33 years. In this episode, Whitney discusses with Richard Marn, MD, what it's like to have massage…
 
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…
 
Seeing children who are only a few months old having difficulty when eating and swallowing is truly heartbreaking. For Michelle Dawson, treating these children as a pediatric speech language pathologist is more of a meaningful service than a mere job. Joining Dr. Richard Marn, Michelle explains how she helps babies heal from oropharyngeal dysphagia…
 
This podcast is about how Andy has looked at the clinical recruitment landscape in UK dentistry and decided to wade in there with a completely fresh approach. “Disruption", “agility" and “innovation" are the key words to associate with Andy’s new company. In this interview you will learn: how Clubhouse is taking the social media world by storm (and…
 
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…
 
Even in this day and age of information, so many people still interchange psychologists and psychiatrists. It is time to get things straight once and for all as Richard Marn, MD sits down with private practice psychologist, Sara Sadek. While letting us in on her career journey and why she chose her profession, Sara also shares the difference betwee…
 
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…
 
In the medical field, Speech and Language Pathology is a relatively young profession. Starting out as elocutionists, the field has grown dramatically since then. SLPs address language, voice, swallowing, and cognition or thinking skills from cradle to grave. In today’s episode, Richard Marn, MD brings on Leigh Ann Porter, a speech and language path…
 
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…
 
If you’ve ever stayed in a hospital before, you would have heard of someone called a registered dietitian nutritionist or RDN. As you’ve probably guessed already, their job goes beyond just telling people what to eat. In fact, there is a very specific difference between a registered dietitian and some random practitioner who calls themselves a “nut…
 
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…
 
What exactly is a physician assistant and why does it merit recognition as the number on profession in the country? In this conversation between Dr. Richard Marn and Georgia dermatology PA, Savanna Perry, we’re going see exactly why. Join in as Dr. Marn gets Savanna to explain what the PA title signifies, how it differs from a nurse practitioner, a…
 
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…
 
Every researcher knows the pains of having to go through the process of getting your proposals approved, most especially in the medical field, where almost everything involves life and death situations. Playing a vital role in this are IRB managers. They are the ones who are responsible for helping researchers think about their studies and, likewis…
 
Discover how two brothers bought an Ortho Practice & transformed it into a beautiful multi-disciplinary practice in just three years (with Covid thrown in for good measure). Brothers Rohit and Karan Farmah, two very young dentists are on a serious mission. They purchased a traditional Ortho Practice in Birmingham three years ago, during this time, …
 
Dr. Amiethab Aiyer, Assistant Professor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Miami and co-founder of Orthomentor, talks about accessible learning resources for medical students worldwide. [00:46] Dr. Aiyer’s Background [04:02] Why Orthopedic Surgery? [10:31] Finding Balance Requires Flexibility [13:22] Dr. Aiyer’s Residency …
 
“A psychologist is an agent of change.” This undeniable fact lies in the way many psychologists guide people out of each of their unique struggles and into their new lives. Joining Dr. Richard Marn in this episode is Dr. Margaret Rutherford, a Private Practice Psychologist, to talk about her career, the different techniques of therapy she uses, and…
 
Dr. Amanda Price and Dr. Aaditya Verma give advice for how to do well in rotations and share their experience having a spouse in medicine. [02:25] Why Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation? [04:05] Learning from Audition Rotations [06:13] Pursuing a Career in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation [09:22] When to Refer to a Physiatrist [12:01] How to Stan…
 
What makes it rewarding to be a part of the medical industry is the opportunity for practitioners and professionals to showcase their flexibility and venture out of their current specializations. Anna Barbieri understands this well, and therefore she eventually decided to pursue two OB-GYN sub-specializations. She sits down with Richard Marn, MD to…
 
Dr. Barbara Hamilton discusses intervention radiology and her journey to inspire more women to take up male-dominated medical fields. [01:40] Dr. Hamilton's Journey to Interventional Radiology [04:23] Being a Woman in a Male-dominated field [09:05] How Women in Medicine Can Find Mentors [12:17] How Medical Practitioners and Students Can Leverage Th…
 
Our doctors and nurses are not the only ones who provide healthcare. But little do we know that their efficiency in delivering services is a combined effort with medical centers and healthcare or outreach coordinators just like our guest in today's episode. Join Dr. Richard Marn as he interviews Amelia Strahan, an outreach coordinator of the Mount …
 
Dr. David Banach, an infectious diseases physician and assistant professor at UConn Health, discuss his work as an epidemiologist and COVID-19 vaccines. [02:16] How Dr. Banach Entered the Field of Epidemiology [06:04] Patient and Healthcare Worker Safety During COVID-19 [09:33] COVID-19 Vaccine Development [14:36] Differences Between the Moderna an…
 
Have you ever wondered how doctors and other healthcare providers stay current with the latest developments in therapies, medications, and medical devices? A lot of that information is conveyed through pharmaceutical sales representatives. A lot of you might not consider pharmaceutical sales as a healthcare career in itself, but the job entails a l…
 
This episode of the 'Two Reds are Better than One’ podcast is something a little different Chris and Ashley interviewed two rising stars of UK Dentistry, Aamir Vaghela and Aran Maxwell-Cox. Aran and Aamir are two driven, successful dentists who have grown their Private Treatment and are producing record numbers of Clear Correct and Invisalign Treat…
 
Dr. Kristin Yates, a practicing OB-GYN physician, discusses dealing with and overcoming imposter syndrome. Dr. Yates also hosts the Imposter to Unstoppable Podcast. Having struggled with the imposter syndrome herself, she now mentors other female physicians who feel insecure in their medical careers. [01:29] Why OB-GYN? [05:11] Why Disillusionment …
 
What is it like to take care of patients with cancer, particularly pediatric patients? Richard Marn, MD brings over to the show someone who can answer that question and more. He interviews Dr. Alexander Chou, a pediatric oncologist specializing in the treatment of pediatric sarcomas, rare cancers of the bone, and soft tissues. Dr. Chou takes us int…
 
Stacey Jackson-Roberts, a licenced clinical social worker (LCSW), discusses integrated healthcare, providing gender-affirming healthcare to the LGBTQ community and advocating for anti-racism and anti-oppression training. [03:02] The Importance of LCSWs For Integrated Healthcare [10:30] Providing Effective Care to Marginalized Groups [12:25] Being a…
 
Despite its archaic sounding name, a professional doula is a pretty modern occupation and vastly different from nurses. Serving as the person who intervenes with the doctor, they help in and around a mother's pregnancy and delivery. To give us a peek at a doula's life, Stephanie Heintzeler joins Richard Marn, MD to share her most interesting storie…
 
In this bonus episode, Chase DiMarco joins to discuss clinical rotations that occur during the 3rd and 4th years of medical school (for most programs). Hear 5 tips for clinical rotations from the experts, audio from Chase's podcast The 1-Minute Preceptor Podcast is tied in throughout the episode. [4:12] What are clinical rotations? [14:02] #1. Be P…
 
Dr. Cynthia Calixte talks about family medicine, her work in women’s health, and how doctors can advocate for their patients efficiently. [01:31] Why Family Medicine? [02:30] Dr. Calixte’s Current Work in Family Medicine & Women’s Health [08:08] Pursuing a Master’s Degree and a Fellowship [11:21] Choosing a Women’s Health Fellowship over OB-GYN [14…
 
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