Best premedical podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Inside Stories: Medical Student Experiences is an oral narratives project which invites medical students to share their experiences in medical school in the form of brief podcasts published and archived on in-Training, the online magazine for medical students.
 
History & Physical is the official medical student podcast of in-Training, the online magazine for medical students.
 
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Surviving Medicine
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The podcast that takes you into the mind of the best and brightest premedical and medical students, residents and physicians discussing where Medical Education is today and the future of healthcare tomorrow.
 
Mcatforme podcasts highlight premedical advice and MCAT prep tips. To follow our free MCAT program, visit Mcatforme.com
 
Mcatforme podcasts highlight premedical advice and MCAT prep tips. Mcatforme is a free MCAT test prep company that has hundreds of free video lectures, flashcards, notes, 4 course programs (a 2, 3, 4 and 6 month program), and much much more! We are just getting into podcasting, and we hope you enjoy them! In these podcasts we will mainly be going over MCAT advice, tips and strategies to improve your MCAT score, however we will also be going into advice for general premedical work including m ...
 
Modern knowledge workers in the healthcare industry are inundated with big questions. Just check in with a determined pre-medical student, who’s trying to sift through the noise and determine his place in the medical world.
 
This is a podcast for pre-medical students, medical students, and anyone interested in the life of a surgery resident. Each episode will discuss a different aspect of life as a surgery resident from your first case as a resident to the day you get your first attending job.Contact us at RMSpodcast@outlook.com or follow us on twitter @CUDeptSurg, for Jason @jmsamuelsmd or Allie at @AhalpernUNC
 
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Rule Out Podcast
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A medical student's take on social issues in medicine. With a focus on a pre-medical and medical audience, the author interviews health and allied health experts. Issues range from student debt to the medical curriculum.
 
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In which Shree talks to Dr. Frank Warsh, a Canadian Family Doctor who was in clinical practice until 2015 who now works as a coroner. The author of The Flame Broiled Doctor: from Boyhood to Burnout in Medicine, he has had 2 experiences with physician burnout, and has written extensively about not being able to do it all as a physician. Shree an ...…
 
Today we are joined by a very special guest and a dear friend of mine, Caleb Hentges. Caleb is a current 4th year Medical student applying to pediatric residencies and was previously the student body president of his medical school. Caleb is a student advisor to the American Osteopathic Association Board of Trustees and is a student advocate fo ...…
 
This is a quick Closeup with Jose Cos. We are looking into more information about the avenues to complete a medical education. With a national shortage of physicians, efforts are in place to try and increase the number of graduating doctors. In addition to more medical schools opening throughout the country, accelerated programs that decrease t ...…
 
Listen for just under two minutes as Dr. Harvey discusses optimal pre-medications for daratumumab, including H1 antagonists.
 
A lack of shadowing can affect your chances of gaining admission to medical school. Learn about one student's struggles to find shadowing opportunities, and what he did to overcome obstacles in the process. Join Dr. Samir Desai as he offers a very specific approach to help students land shadowing positions.…
 
Feminism in All of Its Forms Join Chloe Bailey, sophomore pre-med student at Washington College and Lora Cheadle, as they discuss feminism in all of its forms. Feminism today looks radically different than the feminist movement of the 60's or 70's, which looked vastly different than the suffragette movement. Not only does "being a feminist" mea ...…
 
Premedical students are often told that shadowing is important to the medical school admissions committee. How important is shadowing? Why is it important? Is it absolutely necessary? Can you get into medical school without shadowing? Join Dr. Samir Desai as he discusses the answers to these important questions.…
 
Jimmy is on location at the Inova DC Sports Medicine Summit atop the W Hotel. He talks with Washington Nationals PT Seth Blee & Nats Chiropractor Hirad Bagy. They get into the similarities and differences of PT and Chiropractic care. What can we learn from each other and how? And what do we need to do to move our respective fields forward? (Hin ...…
 
This episode covers our first ever talk from the General Women’s Session and our first ever remote interview! Our guest is Aubrey Eggett, a pre-medical student at the University of Colorado at Boulder (and Wes’ sister!). She shares with us some of the unique struggles of Young Single Adult members of the church and how Sister Bonnie H. Cordon’s ...…
 
This episode covers our first ever talk from the General Women’s Session and our first ever remote interview! Our guest is Aubrey Eggett, a pre-medical student at the University of Colorado at Boulder (and Wes’ sister!). She shares with us some of the unique struggles of Young Single Adult members of the church and how Sister Bonnie H. Cordon’s ...…
 
This episode covers our first ever talk from the General Women’s Session and our first ever remote interview! Our guest is Aubrey Eggett, a pre-medical student at the University of Colorado at Boulder (and Wes’ sister!). She shares with us some of the unique struggles of Young Single Adult members of the church and how Sister Bonnie H. Cordon’s ...…
 
Founder and Director Fredda Branyon of New Hope Unlimited joins host Arnie Levine and Stephen Ezakovich on Cancer Answer for a part two discussion. Is there a user friendly cure and/or treatment instead of chemo treatments? Should there be a relapse, is there a non hodgkins lymphoma treatment? If so is there a cure and diagnosis? Find out what ...…
 
Dr. Mark Pitstick, MA, DC, has over forty years’ experience and training in hospitals, pastoral counseling settings, mental health centers and private practice. His training includes a premedical degree, graduate theology/pastoral counseling studies, masters in clinical psychology, and doctorate in chiropractic health care. He has also provided ...…
 
Dr. Mark Pitstick, MA, DC, has over forty years’ experience and training in hospitals, pastoral counseling settings, mental health centers and private practice. His training includes a premedical degree, graduate theology/pastoral counseling studies, masters in clinical psychology, and doctorate in chiropractic health care. He has also provided ...…
 
In this episode, we examine factors that motivate moving abroad for higher study through a look at Kulanandini Mahanta a.k.a Kula's journey. Hers is one that involved pre medical courses, Computer Information Systems, a Bachelors in Business Administration & an attempt in Marketing along the way to a career in cinematography. Narrated & Produce ...…
 
Session 62 My name is Dr. Ryan Gray and I am the Director of the National Society for Nontraditional Premedical and Medical Students, also known as OldPreMeds. Taken directly from the forums at OldPreMeds.org, our question this week comes from a nontraditional student who took a lot of classes many years ago and is wondering what's the best rou ...…
 
Dr. Mark Hamed serves as Medical Director of the Departments of Emergency and Hospitalist Medicine at McKenzie Health System, a critical access hospital in Sandusky, Michigan. He made a huge impact on the local community when he spearheaded an “Oxy-Free” ED initiative in 2013 to combat the opiate abuse epidemic. “You have to have a vision and a ...…
 
On today's episode, I invite Fed & Fit listener Nina to come on the show for Reverse Interview all about how to become a Nutrition Consultant! Nina and I talk about the different career and education paths available for folks interested in pursing a nutrition consulting practice. We're back with our 94th episode of the […] The post Ep. 94: Beco ...…
 
A story about professionals in various fields involved in end-of-life caregiving. As a premedical student, I explored their experiences, both negative and positive, for the purposes of finding purpose and direction through my pre-professional journey (and in life).Featuring: Torrey Simons, MD, Joshua Fronk, MD, Jo Darius, Heather Shaw, NP, Vilm ...…
 
Listen as Dr. Donald Harvey explains what he does if a patient has an infusion reaction on elotuzumab, even after premedication.
 
Session 20 This is a full recording of the first episode of the Specialist Stories podcast, which is another addition to the MedEd Media Network. The idea of this podcast was actually born out of The Academy where Ryan had several interviews with different specialists to help students get an understanding of what each specialty was like as well ...…
 
Session 52 This is a full recording of the first episode of the Specialist Stories podcast, which is another addition to the MedEd Media Network. The idea of this podcast was actually born out of The Academy where Ryan had several interviews with different specialists to help students get an understanding of what each specialty was like as well ...…
 
Session 212 This is a full recording of the first episode of the Specialist Stories podcast, which is another addition to the MedEd Media Network. The idea of this podcast was actually born out of The Academy where Ryan had several interviews with different specialists to help students get an understanding of what each specialty was like as wel ...…
 
This episode we talk about Postpartum depression, where we cover everything a medical student needs to know, at a comprehension level any premedical student can understandOur book recommendation for this episode: http://amzn.to/2gwz38sor listen to it for FREE: www.audibletrial.com/MedStudMemoirsIf you want to contact us, follow us on twitter: t ...…
 
Session 49 In this week's episode, Ryan gives his take on whether you should do a masters program prior to taking a postbac program and he also sheds some light to the confusion around undergrad, postbac, and graduate GPAs. If you haven’t yet, register at OldPreMeds.org so you can post your first question right here on the podcast. OldPreMeds Q ...…
 
Session 42 Ryan takes another question over at the OldPreMeds.org forum and delivers the answer right here on to you. If you haven't already, sign up a at the OldPreMeds.org and feel free to drop in any questions or issues you might have or join a collaborative community of nontraditioonal premedical and medical students. OldPreMeds Question of ...…
 
This episode we talk about the medical content behind Ewing Sarcoma, a type of pediatric cancer. We cover everything a medical student needs to know, at a comprehension level any premedical student can understand.Our book recommendation for this episode: http://amzn.to/2dJ0Otcor listen to it for FREE: www.audibletrial.com/MedStudMemoirsThe B+ F ...…
 
In today's Hackisode, Alan talks about his favorite thing to hate...antibiotic prophylaxis for joint replacements! The AAOS just released their new guidelines and I'm feeling very smug. Some links from the show: Sign up for the Voices of Dentistry! Today (Sept 30) is the last chance to take advantage of the early bird special! Use the coupon co ...…
 
Many, many clinicians routinely order premedication of their patients with acetaminophen and diphenhydramine before transfusion, believing that using those medications will prevent allergic and febrile transfusion reactions, respectively. Maybe not! Dr. Heidi Shafi discusses the available data that says that this practice may not make sense.…
 
Most notably known for her passion to advance the Kingdom of God, Tara Middleton is a leader whose mission is to empower women spiritually, academically and financially. Her desire to fulfill her purpose has afforded her the opportunity to become an author, motivational speaker, blogger and a former columnist of “Ask Tara” in On Point magazine. ...…
 
Day 9. Countdown is on y’all. We have one more day to go. I wish someone told me is one of the keys of podcast series. It’s about making someone else’s college experience better than yours and minimizing the mistakes. The goal is to mentor you virtually and ensure you an experience better than what we had. It’s evergreen stuff with a millennial ...…
 
Brian and Jarett explain the "need-to-know" medical content on Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome for any medical student, at a comprehension level most premedical students can understand.Our book recommendation for this week is The Checklist Manifesto. You can check it out here: http://amzn.to/2c18S4e or listen to it for FREE, just click here: www.audible ...…
 
yan Gray, MD, was a physician in the Air Force. He'd planned all along to be an orthopaedic surgeon...but the military had other plans for him: aerospace medicine. Later, when a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis forced him to give up flying, his career plans changed once again, and he decided to set aside the practice of medicine to focus his gro ...…
 
Dave is excited to meet some new people who are getting ready to don the short coat this coming week. Kylie Miller, Brady Campbell, Kyle Anderson are all new students at the Carver College of Medicine. Each of them would be called a non-traditional medical students, either because they come to med school with a college degree outside the usual ...…
 
In this episode I review the basic medication setup for the operating room including premedication, induction, neuromuscular blockade, antibiotics, reversal and antiemetics. I discuss weight based dosing and comment on a few alternatives to consider once you have the basic setup down. This episode should be useful for new CA-1s getting started ...…
 
Session 187 In today’s episode, Ryan talks with Rachel, a premed in Canada who got two medical school acceptances who shares with us her journey to medical school considering that getting into medical school in Canada is incredibly difficult. Ryan and Rachel particularly discuss about what it's like to be a premed and going through the medical ...…
 
Ask "How are you?" of students in the hallways of the Carver College of Medicine, and you'll hear them respond that they're "living the dream." Okay, that's a bit tongue-in-cheek, but getting to live that dream is easier for some groups of people than it is for others. After Dave spoke to UI med student Terrance Wong about his plans to connect ...…
 
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