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Legendary Chiropractor Podcast
S11E1: Benefit of Self Care as a Chiropractic Doctor

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 12:56


Chiropractic Conversations with Dr. Johnny on the Legendary Chiropractor Podcast!This episode we are diving into...Benefit of Self-Care as a Chiropractic DoctorIt's important to have some self-care and extracurricular activities. Not only will they help you relieve stress and give you a good refresher, but they can also help you connect to your community. We will break down these three reasons why self-care is so important as you begin your journey as a doctor:Stress relieverTechnique refresherConnectionsBIG thanks to all of our show sponsors! Claim your free goodies here: LegendaryChiro.com/sponsors

Creepy
Day 1 - The Last Med School Halloween Party

Creepy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 26:25


Here we go...***Written by: Sum Gigh***Bonus: "The Worst Experience To Awaken To" written by NerdxCorexCreep and narrated by: Nate DuFort***Check out our reward tiers at patreon.com/creepypod***You can also subscribe to us on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/creepypod***Sound Design by Pacific Obadiah***Title music by Alex Aldea***Intro/Outro Narration by Joe Stofko See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Storied: San Francisco
Poet Yeva Johnson (S4E25P2)

Storied: San Francisco

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 31:32


In this podcast, Yeva picks up where she left off in Part 1. She backs up from her time in Brazil to tell us about peace camps she went to as a kid, and how that took her to places like Tanzania. As the kids who went the camps got older, they started having reunions they dubbed "seminar camps." As a teen, Yeva went to one such reunion the French Alps. Years later, as a college student in Brazil, she was on staff as a seminar camp, coming full circle. Back in Rhode Island, she went straight into medical school. Returned from her time abroad as a young adult, Yeva noted the material abundance found in US versus a place like Brazil. She says she almost quit med school because it was so intense, but she ended up sticking with it. Once her education really ramped up, things like writing for the newspaper and playing flute fell by the wayside. Yeva explains that it was during her time in med school that HIV/AIDS started becoming known. But that wasn't necessarily what brought her west to San Francisco. She cites a spring break trip to The City while she was still in med school that sealed the deal for her—that, a brush with Armistead Maupin, and getting matched with a program at San Francisco General Hospital in family medicine serving underserved populations. Just before her move here in 1990, she came out to help with Loma Prieta earthquake recovery efforts. She did her training, met a partner, had kids, and has worked a lot since her move. Yeva also discovered poetry and shares the story of how that happened. We end this episode with Yeva's thoughts on San Francisco today as well as what could be in store for The City's future. And then she reads one of her poems: "Incantation for Black Lives to Remain in Focus After the Outrage Fades." We recorded this podcast at Shakespeare Garden in Golden Gate Park in September 2021. Photography by Michelle Kilfeather

OldPreMeds Podcast
289: How to Select Your Activities for your Med School App

OldPreMeds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 9:24


When filling out your med school application activities section, which activities should you include? Today, I share my tips for crafting an impactful story.

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast
S10E12: Success While in Chiropractic School

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 22:41


Chiropractic Conversations with Dr. Johnny on the Legendary Chiropractor Podcast!This episode we are diving into...Success While In Chiropractic SchoolStaying disciplined and reviewing study material more than once are good initial steps for having more success with boards. Prioritizing more time to the subjects you are not as comfortable with is another great strategy to help build your confidence.Make certain times each week to studyThe weekends are your gold mineGet in study groups

The MCAT Podcast
243: What will MCAT and Med School Admissions Look Like in 2022?

The MCAT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 34:10


I'm joined by Alex from Blueprint MCAT to discuss the 2022 medical school application cycle. Plus, what should you expect from the MCAT next year! Join us!

Admissions Straight Talk
Encore: What Life at Icahn Is Like as a Med Student, Parent, and More

Admissions Straight Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 42:08


Welcome to the 436th episode of Admissions Straight Talk. Thanks for joining me. I'm actually taking a week off for family time this week. As a result, I decided to air an encore of one of our most popular shows of 2021 so far, and that show is, What Life at Icahn Is Like as a Med Student, Parent, and More. I chose it not only because of its popularity, but because it's a fascinating exploration of how a non-traditional student navigates parenthood and medical school. If you like this episode and want to test out whether you are competitive at your target medical schools, take Accepted's free medical school admissions quiz. It's a brief assessment that will give you insight into your competitiveness, as well as suggestions for improving your qualifications and competitiveness. Take the quiz today! Thanks as always for listening to Admissions Straight Talk. I'll talk to you again next week. In the meantime, here is What Life at Icahn Is Like as a Med Student, Parent, and More. For the complete show notes, check out the original blog post. Related Links: Get Accepted to Medical School in 2022, an on-demand webinar Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Secondary Application Essay Tips [2020 – 2021]Life as a UCI Med School Student, Wife, and Mom, a student interviewWhat Do the Medical School Admissions Teams Say About Admissions?Accepted's Medical Admissions Consulting Related Shows: A Physician's Nontraditional Path from Law Enforcement to Medical SchoolAccepted to Med School in Mid October: How Did He Do It?How This Premed Student Got Accepted to Medical School EarlyFacing Adversity as a Med School ApplicantAn International Student's Experience at Harvard Medical SchoolHow This Dell Med Student Is Fighting HungerApply at Your Best: Advice from a Med School Admissions Expert Subscribe:     hbspt.cta.load(58291, 'ed3f23da-8bc2-49fd-9a96-ed680007e329', {"useNewLoader":"true","region":"na1"}); Podcast Feed

Community Forged
How to Get Into Med School with Shirag Shemmassian

Community Forged

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 41:16


Do you have a child interested in becoming a doctor? For those already in high school or post secondary, have you thought about what it takes for them to get into medical school? These days, getting into medical school is tougher than ever. There are so many variables to focus on - test scores, shadowing physicians, doing tons of extracurricular activities and getting great recommendation letters. And even with all that, it's often not enough to get in. So how do you decide what to do? My guest today, Dr. Shirag Shemmassian faced a similar problem in his youth. He went to a small high school, and was determined to go to a top level school. He figured it out, and became the only Ivy League graduate in his high school's nearly 60-year history. He's now the Founder of Shemmassian Academic Consulting and one of the world's foremost 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. Over 90% of their students have gotten into at least one U.S med school - the first time they apply. He has figured out a method that works. Today, we'll explore the ins and outs, the do's and don'ts of your child getting into medical school to become the doctor they aspire to be. We'll also explore ways to make med school more affordable. Today's conversation will be full of valuable information you won't want to miss.

Modern Education Movement
How to Get Into Med School with Shirag Shemmassian

Modern Education Movement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 41:16


Do you have a child interested in becoming a doctor? For those already in high school or post secondary, have you thought about what it takes for them to get into medical school? These days, getting into medical school is tougher than ever. There are so many variables to focus on - test scores, shadowing physicians, doing tons of extracurricular activities and getting great recommendation letters. And even with all that, it's often not enough to get in. So how do you decide what to do? My guest today, Dr. Shirag Shemmassian faced a similar problem in his youth. He went to a small high school, and was determined to go to a top level school. He figured it out, and became the only Ivy League graduate in his high school's nearly 60-year history. He's now the Founder of Shemmassian Academic Consulting and one of the world's foremost 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. Over 90% of their students have gotten into at least one U.S med school - the first time they apply. He has figured out a method that works. Today, we'll explore the ins and outs, the do's and don'ts of your child getting into medical school to become the doctor they aspire to be. We'll also explore ways to make med school more affordable. Today's conversation will be full of valuable information you won't want to miss.

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast
S10E11: Review Programs for National Boards

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 17:39


Chiropractic Conversations with Dr. Johnny on the Legendary Chiropractor Podcast!This episode we are diving into...Review Programs for National BoardsDo you have a grasp on your learning habits or are you one that needs some extra motivation for studying? Taking a class for a board exam has great results but it can be expensive, stop in as we go live tomorrow and weigh out your options.Most people who pay for this and follow it have a high pass rateIt's expensive, but it makes you studyIf you have self discipline you may not need it

Talk Mental Health With Logan Noone
87 - Dr. "I'm Going Back to Therapy"

Talk Mental Health With Logan Noone

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 34:11


Starting residency is hard. I'm still not even used to introducing myself as "Dr. Logan Noone." I talk with my great friend, Mark Donne, about how I started going back to therapy when I started residency. This transition from medical student to intern physician has been wild, challenging, exciting and stressful. I talk about what it's been like to have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder for ten years. I talk about the different approaches for finding a therapist with cost savings in mind. We talk about the unique aspects of being a resident, like 24 hour call shifts.

ProspectiveDoctor | Helping you achieve your medical school dreams | AMCAS | MCAT

Erkeda DeRouen talks to Dr. Amita Kumar, a primary care physician, Internal Medicine Board-Certified. Her clinical practice focuses on preventive medicine with a special interest in postmenopausal symptom treatments, diabetes, hypertension, and eczema. Dr. Kumar talks about her journey to medicine and the things that should be taught in medical school.  [00:34] Getting to Know Dr. Amita Kumar [04:13] Why Dr. Kumar Settled on Internal Medicine [06:58] The Things Dr. Kumar Believes Should Be Taught in Medical School [09:37] Benefits of Having Passions Outside of Medicine  [10:24] The Big Changes Needed in Our Healthcare Systems [11:55] Best Piece of Advice Dr. Kumar Has Ever Received Full show notes

Married to Doctors
#192: Cancer in Medical School

Married to Doctors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 40:30


In this episode, Lara talks with Kristi and Blade Hargiss as their life has been turned upside down since Blade was diagnosed with cancer during his fourth year of medical school. We discuss how they are getting though this as a couple, a family, and a medical student. "I remember when he first came home and he said that there was potential for cancer, it was like 95 plus percent chance that he would have it, but they didn't have the full report back. I felt like I had been hit with a bucket of ice. Among everything else that we had on our plates, this was just like, are you kidding me? More? How are we supposed to handle this?" -Kristi Hargiss

Climate Connections
Emory to update med school curriculum to include climate risks

Climate Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 1:31


Medical students successfully pushed for the change. Learn more at https://www.yaleclimateconnections.org/

Ramsey Call of the Day
How Do I Pay for Med School?

Ramsey Call of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 4:48


The Ramsey Call of the Day is a quick, daily dose of advice on life and money in under ten minutes. Hear from experts like Dave Ramsey, Ken Coleman, Rachel Cruze, Christy Wright, Dr. John Delony, and George Kamel. Part of the Ramsey Network. Delivered to you five days a week.

The Premed Years
460: What will MCAT and Med School Admissions Look Like in 2022?

The Premed Years

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 49:46


I'm joined by Andrew from Blueprint MCAT to discuss the 2022 medical school application cycle. Plus, what should you expect from the MCAT next year! Join us!

All Access: Med School Admissions
Episode 54: The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College

All Access: Med School Admissions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 86:52


Off to picturesque New England to hear all about the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth from the Associate Dean for Admissions, Dr. Roshini Pinto-Powell.  My conversation with her was incredibly enjoyable and you are sure to learn much about their curriculum and admissions process. If you find this podcast to be a helpful resource, RATE, REVIEW, & SUBSCRIBE please!  It helps others find it! Send me your recommendations for future medical schools that you'd like to hear featured! Send it to: allaccess@case.edu   Visit our website for more information on this episode and others.  https://linktr.ee/allaccessmedschool   RESOURCES: Adam Grant, Work Life, Season 3, Episode 5 - Authenticity is a double-edged sword Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine  Curriculum CONTACT:geisel.admissions@dartmouth.edu

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast
S10E10: The Challenge with National Boards

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 22:41


Chiropractic Conversations with Dr. Johnny on the Legendary Chiropractor Podcast!This episode we are diving into...The Challenge With National Boards The board exams are challenging but believe in yourself and the preparation your school has provided you. There are outside resources for you to use if you want more information. Creating study groups with your peers is another great way to challenge and help each other learn.Part 1, 2, 3, 4 and PTThe hardest one depends on the individual but here's our personal experiencePart 4 is live

Wealth Matters By Alpesh Parmar
169: From Med School to Big Law to Entrepreneurship with Seth Bradley

Wealth Matters By Alpesh Parmar

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 28:17


Seth Bradley is a real estate entrepreneur and an expert at achieving passive income as a highly paid professional. He's closed billions of dollars in real estate transactions as a real estate attorney, broker, and investor. He's the managing partner of Law Capital Partners, a private equity firm focused on multifamily and opportunistic acquisitions. He's a former big law attorney and is now the managing partner of his own firm, Bradley Law Limited, helping his clients with their real estate and asset protection needs. He's also the host of the Passive Income Attorney Podcast, educating attorneys and other professionals on how to stop trading their time for money so that they can practice when they want to, not because they have to. (00:02 - 2:28) Opening Segment - Introduction of the host into the show - Alpesh introduces the guest of the show, Seth - Seth shares something interesting about himself (2:28 - 19:51) - Why did you leave medical school and went to study law? - The decision to leave medical school and starting law, did that decision impacted who you're right now? - What was Seth's first investment and how did it work out for you - What do you focus on? - If law practice is working well and the real estate portfolio is growing, why become a broker - Should they get a license? what do you think? - What has been your best real estate deal so far? - Worst deal so far? -What kind of other mistakes did you make when starting out? what did you learn from those? -What's next? -What are some of the markets you focus on now? -What do you think about the bubble? (19:51 - 20:19) Break - Welcoming listeners and guest back to the show (20:19 - 27:23) Fire Round - Will Seth change the business strategy after Coronavirus? – Seth's favorite real estate, finance, or other related books – Tools or website Seth recommends – Seth's advice to beginner investors – How does Seth give back? – How can Wealth Matters Podcast listeners reach out to Seth? (27:23 - 27:44) Closing Segment -If you want to learn more about the discussion, you can watch the podcast on Wealth Matter's YouTube channel and you can reach out to Alpesh using this link. Facebook: @wealthmatrs IG: @wealthmatrs.ig Tiktok: @wealthmatrs

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast
S10E9: Study Habits as a Chiropractic Student

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 17:33


Chiropractic Conversations with Dr. Johnny on the Legendary Chiropractor Podcast!This episode we are diving into...Study Habits as a Chiropractic StudentUnderstand your study habits and then determine how much time it will take you to go over all the material. Set daily goals or make a study plan that will help you keep on track so you can get through the material at your own pace:Most start a month awayDifferent programs start at different timesDo well in class = do well on boards

The Short Coat
Rushing to Med School means Missed Opportunities

The Short Coat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 50:46


Rushing to med school may be a good idea, but there is a danger of missing experiences that make you a better student and a better doctor. But if you're going to do it...go hard. Nutrition is well covered in the med school curriculum, but there's a lot we don't understand. And Falling off a tall stack of milk crates on purpose has questionable health benefits. You deserve to be happy and healthy. If you're struggling with racism, harassment, hate, your mental health, or some other crisis, visit http://theshortcoat.com/help, and send additions to the resources there to theshortcoats@gmail.com. We love you. Music provided by Argofox. License: bit.ly/CCAttribution DOCTOR VOX – Heatstroke: youtu.be/j1n1zlxzyRE Catmosphere – Candy-Coloured Sky: youtu.be/AZjYZ8Kjgs8 ; Hexalyte – Wandering Hours: youtu.be/FOAo2zsYnvA;

Latino USA
How I Made It: From Med School Student To Cimafunk

Latino USA

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 15:36


It was only a few years ago that Erik Rodriguez was attending medical school in his native Cuba, following his family of careerists' footsteps. But when he heard James Brown's "I Feel Good," he realized that he was meant for a different path. In this 2020 segment of “How I Made It,” Erik takes us through his transformation into Afro-Cuban artist Cimafunk (a Billboard “Top 10 Latin Artists to Watch”) and explains how someone who had never studied music before found the confidence to listen to himself and be listened to by others. This episode was first broadcast on December 20, 2020.

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast
S10E8: Mentors for Chiropractic Students

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 15:52


Chiropractic Conversations with Dr. Johnny on the Legendary Chiropractor Podcast!This episode we are diving into...Mentors for Chiropractic StudentsWorking with a mentor provides countless benefits. Not only will you receive guidance, advice and help when trying to solve tough problems, you'll also be able to leverage your mentor's extended network:Have as many as you wishKnow what you are after in this chiropractic life and go out and get itIf you reach out and they will reach back

OldPreMeds Podcast
286: How Should I Convey Advancement on My Med School App?

OldPreMeds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 11:07


Today's nontrad is the GM at a bakery. With their eyes now set on med school, how should they discuss career advancement on their application?

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast
S10E7: Building Blueprints as a Chiropractic Student

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 12:11


Chiropractic Conversations with Dr. Johnny on the Legendary Chiropractor Podcast!This episode we are diving into...Building Blueprints as a Chiropractic StudentBuilding the right connections will create great relationships with peers and mentors. These relationships will help you achieve your goals and set knew new ones:Open new doorsCreate opportunities you didn't even know existedPush you to be the best version of yourself

The Premed Years
456: Live Q&A on MCAT Prep Strategies, Med School Apps & More!

The Premed Years

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 58:50


In this week's IG Q&A, I'm joined by Dorothy from Blueprint MCAT. We discuss application timing, MCAT prep strategies, coursework, and so much more.

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast
S10E6: Support for Chiropractic Students

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 16:25


Chiropractic Conversations with Dr. Johnny on the Legendary Chiropractor Podcast!This episode we are diving into...Support for Chiropractic Students School can be overwhelming at times but having good support along the way will help you focus on what matters most. As you get closer to graduation, having connections with doctors and peers are great resources in helping you accomplish your next goals.PeersDoctorsBoth virtually and physically

The CPA MOMS Podcast
#151- Interview With Dr. Elana Roumell, MD, Creator Of Med School For Moms

The CPA MOMS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2021 38:16


This week we had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Elana Roumell, MD. Dr. Elana is a Naturopathic Doctor with a passion for pediatrics. She initially founded Nourish Medical Center in San Diego, CA providing holistic care to the whole family, and later created Med School for Moms. Dr. Elana is also a co-host of the popular “Doctor Mom” Podcast, nearing one million downloads! Podcast episodes air weekly which give her the opportunity to share her knowledge, stay up to date with new health topics, and interview experts in the health field. Her intention is to empower parents with knowledge so they are well informed to make the best decisions for the health of their children. She loves to teach parents how to care for their children at home and equip them with the most effective, tried and true natural remedies available. You can find the show notes and a link to the free pdf mentioned in this episode HERE

The Short Coat
5 Med School Application Mistakes Everyone Makes, and How to Crush Them Under Your Feet Like Worms

The Short Coat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 65:19


Our expert looks at the mistakes that can keep you from landing your spot in med school. Give the admissions committee what it needs to assure them you want this more than anything, and that you've done your homework. When is the right time to apply? When YOU are ready. Don't rush it, because whether you're successful or not in finishing med school, a bad decision will affect you for many, many years.

KERA's Think
She Went To Med School At 18. Now She Fights For Your Health

KERA's Think

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 39:31


The best public health campaigns are invisible by design. Dr. Leana Wen is an emergency physician, public health professor at George Washington University and former Baltimore health commissioner. She joins host Krys Boyd to discuss her work in the area of public health on everything from opioid addiction to disease outbreaks to infant mortality. Her book is called “Lifelines: A Doctor's Journey in the Fight for Public Health.”

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast
S10E5: Create a Solid Foundation as a Chiropractic Student

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 13:55


Chiropractic Conversations with Dr. Johnny on the Legendary Chiropractor Podcast!This episode we are diving into...Creating a Solid Foundation as a Chiropractic StudentHaving a connection of doctors that you can bounce ideas off of and shadow are priceless opportunities to grow especially if your planning to open up on your own, associate, or not sure which is best for your situation:Your network is your net worthRelationship capitol in chiropractic goes a far wayBe a student of your own craft

Roads Taken
Heal Thyself: Sansea Jacobson on healing through empathy and modeling wellness

Roads Taken

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 30:41


Guest Sansea Kaphan Jacobson, Dartmouth '96, was assured of herself when she arrived at college, pre-med bound. But then she found Sanborn Library and let her love of literature guide her studies and put the pre-med dreams to bed. She took advantage of the corporate recruiting process to find her first job after college in the IT consulting world. She found, however, that she was more interested in impacting the people she served than the project outcomes. She decided to get back on track to the helping professions.After completing the post-bac courses necessary for med school, she had the opportunity to work in a hematology lab at the NIH. An astute mentor told extrovert Sansea that she would likely prefer clinical oncology than the pathology in the lab. So, she pursued this line of work in medical school and found herself bedside with dying patients. The psychiatry rotation showed her that it was really the psychology that had drawn her to that work.Her career now encompasses clinical work with teen experiencing anxiety and suicidal thoughts, but she also advises residents and fellows and mentors them through the psychiatric program. When one student asked about her medical center's wellness education efforts for her fellow practitioners, Sansea realized that it was up to her to lead the program and model what wellness looks like. In this episode, find out from Sansea how listening to the narrative and reacting with empathy can create meaningful linkages on ROADS TAKEN with Leslie Jennings Rowley.About This Episode's GuestSansea Jacobson is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Co-Chair of the UPMC Graduate Medical Education Wellness, Environment, Learning, and Living Committee and program director of child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic of UPMC, where her clinical and advocacy efforts are focused on the prevention of suicide in youth through her work at the Services for Teens at Risk (STAR) Center. Through her multi-faceted work, she has become one of the pioneers in a field devoted to reforming our relationship with media in order to promote positive mental health messaging for our nation's youth. Executive Producer/Host: Leslie Jennings RowleyMusic: Brian Burrows Find more episodes at https://roadstakenshow.comEmail the show at RoadsTakenShow@gmail.com

Ask the Dean
44: 16 Premed Questions Answered: Med School Screening, LORs, Research, and More!

Ask the Dean

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 57:01


It's episode forty-four of Ask The Dean! This week, we answer your questions about if you should consider out-of-state public schools, how far in the future to list activity hours, who can write a non-science letter, if summer research programs are essential, and more!

The Dave Ramsey Show
I Have $415,000 in Med School Debt...What Do I Do? (Hour 3)

The Dave Ramsey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 40:05


Debt, Career, Relationships As heard on this episode: Zander Insurance: https://bit.ly/2Xbn7hD  Sign up for a FREE trial of Ramsey+ TODAY: https://bit.ly/3rZTUAx Tools to get you started:  Debt Calculator: https://bit.ly/2Q64HME Insurance Coverage Checkup: https://bit.ly/3sXwUn5 Complete Guide to Budgeting: https://bit.ly/3utmVXi Check out more Ramsey Network podcasts: https://bit.ly/3fHhbVE

Admissions Straight Talk
Encore: What Med School Applicants Must Know About Johns Hopkins

Admissions Straight Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 57:59


I am taking off for family time this week. As a result I decided to air an encore of our most popular med podcast so far in 2021, and it is: What Med School Applicants Must Know About Johns Hopkins, my interview with Paul White, Assistant Dean for Admissions at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. It actually took place last fall, but has been very popular this year. It's an excellent time for this podcast. Many of you are knee-deep in secondaries, including secondaries for Johns Hopkins. Others are starting to think ahead to next year's cycle. In either case hearing from one of the most experienced med school admissions directors at one of the top medical schools in the world, can only benefit you if you are applying to medical school.  For those of you thinking ahead to med school interviews or perhaps already having received an interview invitation, I'd like to invite you to Accepted's next webinar, How to Nail Your Medical School Interviews, to be presented by  Cydney Foote, who has been helping med school applicants nail their interviews since 2001. We expect a packed house for the webinar so sign up today!   Whether applying this cycle or next, I hope that you are enjoying a wonderful summer. Thanks for listening to What Med School Applicants Must Know About Johns Hopkins. For the complete show notes, please check out the original blog post. Related Links: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine websiteJohns Hopkins University School of Medicine Secondary Application Essay Tips [2021 – 2022]How to Nail Your Medical School InterviewsThe 5-Part Framework for a Successful Medical School Application, an on-demand webinarSchool-Specific Secondary Application Essay TipsMedical School Admissions Consulting Services Related Shows: How to Address COVID-19 and the Events of 2020 in Your ApplicationHow to Get into Kaiser Permanente Medical School – Warning It's Tough!How To Get Accepted to University of Illinois College of MedicineA Dean's Perspective on What Makes Great PhysiciansA Medical School Admissions Expert's Guide to Postbacs and Med Schools Subscribe:         a hbspt.cta.load(58291, 'f983525f-d810-452f-a0d3-c41270570189', {}); Podcast Feed

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast
S10E4: Find Value in Group Involvement

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 15:21


Chiropractic Conversations with Dr. Johnny on the Legendary Chiropractor Podcast!This episode we are diving into...Finding Value In Group InvolvementSchool can get very busy, so time management is important. Joining the right clubs can be easier said than done and especially if you are short on time. Keep these three tips in mind when evaluating the clubs you are interested in:Open mindedFind valueYou can join more than one

Sultans and Sneakers
Episode 051 - Med School, Anti-Vaxxers, & Kicks - Dr. Mohamed Ghilan

Sultans and Sneakers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 103:32


Dr. Mohamed Ghilan has a Ph.D. in neuroscience from the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada and is a recent medical school graduate from the University of Queensland in Australia. In this episode, he reflects upon what he learned from medical school and how that adds insights to what he brought in as a Ph.D in neuroscience. We also discussed the ideology of anti-vaxxers, specifically focusing on one of the main ideologues behind the movement, Andrew Wakefield. Finally, Dr. Ghilan tells us about his newfound affinity for sneakers. To learn about Dr. Ghilan and the work he puts out, please visit https://alandalusacademy.com/ The book about Andrew Wakefield that is referenced is called "The doctor who fooled the world" by Brian Deer. You can get it here: https://www.amazon.com/Doctor-Who-Fooled-World-Deception/dp/1421438003/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1627864703&sr=8-1 To support the podcast, please consider becoming a Patron at https://www.patreon.com/sultansandsneakers

The Total Pre-med Makeover
013: This is why you suck at chemistry & physics!

The Total Pre-med Makeover

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 33:50


You've taken the courses. You've studied for the MCAT. You've re-studied for the MCAT, but for some reason, you still can't master chemistry and physics! Find out why this is happening and how you can start to become a chemistry and physics whiz no matter what grade is currently on your transcript or how you've done on the MCAT in the past. Also, if you're interested in joining the MEdEq program for FREE, text MEDSCHOOL to 917-905-8801. Hope to see you in the program!

Wellness Wednesday with 3W
How to Prepare for Med School, with Alicia

Wellness Wednesday with 3W

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 20:30


From studying for the MCAT to submitting applications, applying to medical school is a daunting process. Today on Wellness Wednesday, our clinic intern and aspiring doctor, Alicia, shares practical tips for making it all manageable and increasing your likelihood of success. If you are pursuing a career in medicine (or know someone who is), tune in and share this episode!      Disclaimer: The information shared in this podcast is the opinion of the speaker, or speakers. Medical information is not intended as individual medical consultation, but for general education only. Always consult your own health professional for personalized advice regarding medical decisions. 

The Dr. Raj Podcast
Making Your Med School Application More Competitive with Dr. Rozy Khan (TheFemaleDoc)

The Dr. Raj Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 58:50


Today's Episode Today Dr. Raj talks with Dr. Rozy Khan AKA The Female Doc, about getting into medical school with less-than-ideal pre-med scores and how to stand out once you get there. She also goes over career tips once you've graduated. You can learn more and enroll in her course at www.thefemaledoc.com as well as check out her podcast and follow her on instagram.   Today's Guest From TheFemaleDoc.com: "I'm a double board certified ICU doctor currently working on the frontlines. I applied to medical school with a 32nd percentile MCAT and 2.9 science GPA. Yikes! I had an 8% chance of getting in, but I DID. Now I teach premed students how to get in despite low scores with some secret strategies I teach in the Future Doctor Formula."   About Dr. Raj Dr Raj is a quadruple board certified physician and associate professor at the University of Southern California. He was a co-host on the TNT series Chasing the Cure with Ann Curry, a regular on the TV Show The Doctors for the past 7 seasons and has a weekly medical segment on ABC news Los Angeles. Want more healthcare related content? Check out our COVID-19 podcast hosted by Dr. Ted O'Connell COVID-19: Common Sense Conversations on the Coronavirus Pandemic Are you a medical student looking for more informational podcasts? Check out InsideTheBoards and the Beyond The Pearls podcast.   Ars Longa Media To learn more about us and this podcast, visit arslonga.media. You can leave feedback or suggestions at arslonga.media/contact or by emailing info@arslonga.media. Produced by: Christopher Breitigan. Executive Producer: Patrick C. Beeman, MD The information presented in this podcast is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as professional advice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast
S10E3: Diversity of Groups Within Chiropractic

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 14:17


Chiropractic Conversations with Dr. Johnny on the Legendary Chiropractor Podcast!This episode we are diving into...Diversity Within Groups on CampusThere's a wide variety of groups that can help you strengthen multiple aspects of your craft, like the three listed below. Each are important to constantly sharpen and keep up-to-date on:TechniqueBusinessPersonal development

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast
S10E2: Quality of Groups Within Chiropractic

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 13:42


Chiropractic Conversations with Dr. Johnny on the Legendary Chiropractor Podcast!This episode we are diving into...Quality of Groups Within ChiropracticThere are many groups to join that will help you grow and hone your craft as a future doctor of chiropractic. Some may benefit you more than others but choosing one that aligns with these three staples will help bring out your full potential:TechniquePhilosophyValues and goals

Moving Medicine
Dr. Clyde Yancy on the importance of research for students and residents

Moving Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 16:21


A discussion with Dr. Clyde Yancy, vice dean of diversity and inclusion, and chief of the Division of Cardiology at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine about the important role of research in medicine and how students and residents can get involved.  

Raise the Line
Discover Your Unique Way of Learning - Dr. Rivka Stone, Chief Medical Officer at Med School Tutors

Raise the Line

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 23:11


“Students sometimes look to us for the only way to master something. We really try to guide them to their unique way of learning,” says Dr. Rivka Stone of Med School Tutors. As chief medical officer, she leads a team of over 150 tutors who provide one-on-one support to clients, and believes understanding that different people learn differently is key to exam success. In this episode of Raise the Line, she shares with Dr. Rishi Desai how MST selects its tutors, what she thinks of recent major changes to medical school testing and offers her take on medical student morale in face of COVID. Plus, hear her valuable advice on seeking out one-to-one connection and the importance of self-care.

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast
S10E1: Campus Clubs for Chiropractic Students

Legendary Chiropractor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 15:21


Chiropractic Conversations with Dr. Johnny on the Legendary Chiropractor Podcast!This episode we are diving into...Campus Clubs for Chiropractic StudentsChiropractic schools do a great job at laying down the foundation of your journey as a future DC. But by joining campus clubs, they will help you get ahead of the game. Clubs will help you learn more about techniques, business opportunities and also meet friends that will support your new endeavors. Stop in for our three tips about why joining clubs are very beneficial:Meet like-minded people and friendsLearn more about a certain technique, business and craftJump-start your craft and get ahead

The Short Coat
Parenting in Med School, Part 3: What About the Partners?

The Short Coat

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 47:30


Asking for and getting help from one's med-student partner when parenting gets overwhelming is essential. Organizing with other med student parents for mutual support is crucial. The fear that med school is completely inflexible for parents may be unfounded.

The Short Coat
HAVING BABIES IN MED SCHOOL, PT. 2: HOW DO SCHOOLS SUPPORT PARENTS?

The Short Coat

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 63:36


We share more stories from our med student parents. What the research says about how medical schools are supporting parents and pregnant students in medical school. How should med schools support student parents and pregnant students--can schools do better?

Washed Up Walkons
Tyler Wiegers | WUW 220

Washed Up Walkons

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 65:18


Tyler is from Lake Orion, Michigan and joined the Iowa Hawkeye football team in 2014 as the class's scholarship QB. After seeing early success and comfortability within the program he was beat out by eventual 3 year starter Nate Stanley in 2017. Tyler transferred to Eastern Michigan the next semester and went on to have a very successful year as the QB for the EMU Eagles. He received his Masters in Human Nutrition from EMU and just now completed Year 2 of Med School. Tyler is a health and fitness fanatic, athlete, a very intellectual guy, and an all around great dude.