Clerkship Life publiczne
[search 0]
Więcej

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
This week Nabil and Andrew are joined by fellow queens med students Lewis Forward and Steph Jiang to discuss compassion in medicine. We have a rich conversation ranging from burnout and power dynamics to knowledge translation and the recent hospital protests. We also go on multiple ridiculous tangents and create a jingle for Balzacs coffee?…
 
In this episode we highlight ClerQ Aid, a medical education app created by Matthew Gynn and over 60 medical students from Queen's University. We delve into the details of the app and its inception, translatable lessons/inspirations, and end off with pearls of wisdom related to the Clerkship experience!…
 
This Clerkship Life is back with an exciting new episode.In this episode called Starting the Conversation, we're joined by our very own Iku Nwosu (Meds '22) to have an open discussion about racism, representation, social change, and where our roles fit as medical students and advocates in this evolving realm. We also dive into the "self-work" that …
 
In our second episode, we were lucky enough to be joined by none other than our new Dean of Health Sciences at Queen's, the wonderful Dr. Jane Philpott. Dr. Philpott has had a storied medical and political career that speaks for itself. She demonstrates the qualities of a great physician, advocate, and leader all while being incredibly down to eart…
 
This episode marks the first day of residency for the 2020 graduating class and the last episode of the season. After this episode, the show will officially transition to a new group of medical students with new stories to tell. But before we go, we thought it would be meaningful to dedicate this last episode to residency. In the first part, we cau…
 
Today on the show we have two parts. The first is a conversation with the podcast team on Match Day, and then, in the second half, you’ll hear an interview that Lyndsey Gott did with Dr. Brian Goldman way back when she was a CC3. Dr. Goldman (Brian) is an emergency doc, writer, and host of CBC’s White Coat Black Art.More stuff for you to check out:…
 
On this episode, Matt Breton, a med student from the University of Toronto, joins the show to talk about his non-clinical pearls for clerkship. You can check out his article on the subject in the Fall 2019 edition of Scrub-In here (page 16): scrub-in.dgtlpub.com/2019/2019-09-30/home.phpSome mindfulness resources:1. Jon Kabat- Zinn: youtube.com/watc…
 
Check out our conversation with Dr. Erin Beattie, a family doc at the Queen’s Family Health Team, Career Advisor, and Clinical Skills Tutor. We discuss her path toward medicine and her career progression. She shares some of the joys and challenges of life in and outside medicine and how to navigate both. We think her honest and heartfelt advice wil…
 
On this episode, we invited Dr. Carys Massarella, an emergency doctor and an advocate for transgender health. We talk about her life and career as a transgender person, and about her experience with discovering identity.For more, check out1. Transforming Gender, a CBC documentary featuring Dr. Massarella https://www.cbc.ca/doczone/episodes/transfor…
 
On this episode, Harry, Lyndsey, and Yannay talk about regional rotations and what it’s like to pack up your things and move to an entirely new environment as a medical student. You can find the show on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify. If you have a comment or a story you want to share, get in touch with us on facebook or at clerkshippodcast@…
 
On this episode, we invited Dr. Emma Holliday, the creator of the famous clerkship review videos for the NBMEs. We talk about her journey through medicine, the story behind the videos, and advice she has for medical students. At the top of the show, you will also hear from one of our listeners, Ramita Verma, about her struggles and triumphs as a le…
 
On this episode, the team talks about that ultimate med student question: "which residency programs should I apply for?" We talk about many of the factors that influence our career selection and hear from listeners. We'd love to hear what you think. Send us an email at clerkshippodcast@gmail.com, message us on Facebook (search for "This Clerkship L…
 
On this episode, the team talks about a phrase that many medical students hear when a patient has more than one medical issue: “That’s not my job”. Some react in frustration; others reflect on the realistic and pragmatic goals of a busy medical practice. What do you think?As always, you can find us on SoundCloud, Stitcher, and Apple Podcasts. We'd …
 
On this episode of This Clerkship Life, the podcast takes on a new life with new hosts. Listen to hear our favorite episodes from the first season and our plan for future shows.As always, you can find us on Stitcher and Apple Podcasts. We'd love to hear from you. Send us an email at clerkshippodcast@gmail.com or message us on Facebook, just search …
 
Hello! As Jon and Trev have been preparing to start their residency programs we sat down to have a chat with one of our most influential teachers at Queen's Medical School, Dr. Jackie Duffin. Dr. Duffin is a medical historian and hematologist, she has written numerous books on the history of medicine (https://www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca/books/cont…
 
Hello everyone! On this episode of "This Clerkship Life" Jon and Trev discuss our time in Moshi, Tanzania on a recent clerkship elective. We talk about our experience during the elective and what exactly we did there. If anyone has any questions about our experience or how to set up an experience like this feel free to send us a message at clerkshi…
 
On this episode of "This Clerkship Life" Jon and Trev are super excited to be able to have a conversation with NGO worker and Managing Director, Benjee Cascio who currently works for Pamoja Tunaweza (Together We Can) Women's Centre in Moshi, Tanzania. We talk about ways that medical students should approach working with NGOs, Benjee's personal expe…
 
On this week's episode of This Clerkship Life Jon and Trev discuss 'The Hidden Curriculum', which for those unfamiliar are "lessons learned but not openly intended, such as the transmission of norms, values, and beliefs conveyed in the classroom and the social environment." We discuss our experiences from preclerkship and clerkship where we have fo…
 
We are back! On this episode of This Clerkship Life Jon and Trev discuss both of their unique experiences on their integrated rotations in Perth and Brockville. We chat about what we're going to miss most, some of the benefits of doing an integrated rotation and most importantly our best stories from our past 17 weeks. As always feel free to send a…
 
On this episode of "This Clerkship Life" we have a special guest! Jon and Trev sit down with Dr. Anthony Sanfilippo to talk about his experience going through medical school, what brought him to where he is today and some advice that he has for future physicians.As always please feel free to send us your opinions/feedback/love to clerkshippodcast@g…
 
On this week's episode of "This Clerkship Life" Jon and Trev discuss what it is like to have one of your own patients pass away from a medical student perspective. They also discuss some of their experiences where they learned something new from their patients rather than from their regular teachers. Enjoy!As always feel free to send any voice memo…
 
On this week's episode of "This Clerkship Life" Trev and Jon discuss what they wish they had done in their first year of medical school, as well as, what social media and apps they are using in clerkship. They also discuss what podcasts they're listening to right now!As always feel free to send any feedback or comments to clerkshippodcast@gmail.com…
 
On this week's episode of "This Clerkship Life" Jon and Trev discuss their experience with having to pick what they want to be when they grow up. When is the best time? Is it too late to switch what you're thinking? Spoiler: We don't have the answer. They also discuss their feelings about having to finally write cc4 on all of their notes. Pro: You …
 
On this week's episode of This Clerkship Life Trev and Jon discuss their experience with electives, what they are theoretically for, what we have heard they are currently being used for and how we can improve them. They also discuss their experience with regional rotations and some of the pros and cons that go with them.…
 
In this episode of This Clerkship Life Jon and Trev discuss some of their classmates and their own 'medical student moments'. (Times where their level of training certainly catches up with them). They also discuss some stories where their classmates have made a big impact for their patients.Autor: This Clerkship Life
 
In this episode of This Clerkship Life, Trevor and Jon reflect on what it's like to dive head first into a new specialty every 2-3 weeks and what it's like to have to be evaluated every.day.of.your.life. Send your views and opinions in a voice memo or email to clerkshippodcast@gmail.com!Autor: This Clerkship Life
 
Loading …

Skrócona instrukcja obsługi

Google login Twitter login Classic login