August 29, 2017
A continuation of our discussion about art and medicine featuring artist/doctor, Mike Natter and musician/doctor, Fred Bertino.
July 24, 2017
Med School Tutors CEO, Robert Meekins, and doctors Michael Coords and Leila Javidi share from their own experiences in this robust discussion about the importance of finding the right mentor at the start of your medical journey.
June 20, 2017
Maggie Norby-Adams interviews doctors in the MedTech industry about the origins of their passion and how technological advances may impact the future of medicine and our world.
May 31, 2017
“My First Inspiration” explores the relationship between arts and medicine, in particular doctors who are also artists and how their artistic practices influence their medical practices (and vice-versa).
May 11, 2017
My First Cadaver kicks off its second season with “My First Second Thoughts,” stories from those who questioned their medical paths and how they found their answers.
April 14, 2017
Hey there! How ya doing? Yeah, we know it's been a while, but that doesn’t mean we weren’t thinking about you. And thinking about what you might be thinking about.
We were doing other things, too, like being alive, prepping med students for exams and coursework success, and other life-oriented activities. Even amidst the pursuit of a most elusive Pokemon, we were still thinking, “Hmmm. What sort of things are concerning our listeners these days?” So we had a bunch of meetings, did a lot of research, interviewed some really smart people, all from which arose a glorious, if tardy, Season Two.
It’s coming folks, and not a second [wink] too soon.
July 5, 2016
Too many doctors and medical students are dying by suicide and too few people are talking about it. In our season finale, we point to the many contradictions and deficits in medical education and ask ourselves how we can make a difference.
April 25, 2016
What does it take to make it in the world of animal badges, nervous parents and superhero bandaids? The mind and heart of a Pediatrician.
March 3, 2016
In this episode, we hear from a cardiac patient and two doctors about how, through vulnerability, we can find our strength, our purpose, and our love.
February 3, 2016
The podcast that was supposed to be about what doctors want to change in medicine, er... changed, reminding us that change is our only constant as we seek answers for intimacy and real human connection.