Tune into learn about management of Cardiac Arrest. Listen now.
We’re ending the year and Season 2 of Spoonful of Sugar with four more episodes! The countdown starts today, with a brand new episode on Pancreatic & Biliary Disorders. Listen now!
Big thank you to MS4 Anisha Reddy for imparting some of her wisdom onto 3rd year medical students! If you’re on clinical rotations and have questions about what is expected, how to prepare, how to study, this blog post is just for you! Check it out now for some tips and tricks to succeed during 3rd year!
We’re excited to introduce our newest team member Julie Eggleton with her very first episode on Reproductive Physiology! Tune into our latest episode for a simplified, comprehensive review of hormones as they relate to menstruation and pregnancy.
Our team member Anisha Reddy is back to help clarify some GI-related concepts that can definitely be confusing. Check out our latest episode if you’re interested in reviewing bilirubin.
Pleural effusions occur so commonly, and as a result they’re also commonly tested. It’s a good idea to really solidify this topic for Step 1, as it will be a foundation for many important concepts in medicine. Luckily, our newest international team member Drashti Patel reviews the topic quite comprehensively in our latest episode on Pleural Effusions. Start listening now!
Listen now to our latest Clinical Concepts episode on Sepsis to review the definition, diagnosis, and management of this common condition. You definitely won’t regret taking the time to understand sepsis, as you’re guaranteed to encounter it in the hospital and on exams.
You asked, we answered. We’re taking our content review up a level with the Clinical Concepts series. Episodes will be more clinically oriented, with reviews intended to help prepare for clinical rotations and USMLE Step 2. Get acquainted with the new series by listening to our very first Clinical Concepts episode on Atrial Fibrillation!
This week, in lieu of a podcast episode, we’re releasing our very first blog post. Check out our article: So You Think You Want to Be a Doctor: A Letter to Anyone Considering a Career in Medicine.