MedStud Memoirs teaches from a different context - the patient's. We take the textbook knowledge from medical school and see where it fits into the real world in one of the best podcasts in medical education.
As medical students ourselves, we provide a trusted source for many types of advice. Get your question on this medical school podcast by requesting a topic:
Hearing medical experiences is completely different from answering a multiple choice question. We bridge the gap between understanding medical education and connecting with those that medicine affects.
Medical school teaches gene mutations, diseases, and diagnoses. It's too often that we focus on these and not the real life implications in medical education. What's it like receiving the diagnosis, undergoing the treatment?
MedStud Memoirs is a medical school podcast designed for premedical, medical, and other healthcare students. We take the textbook knowledge involved in medicine outside of the classroom, by sharing experiences of patients, doctors, and more in one of the best podcasts in Medicine.
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Med Stud Memoirs is hosted by Brian Elliott and Sarah Halbert, students at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. To meet the rest of our staff, simply go to our about us page. As a collective group of medical students, we wanted to see where textbook medical education fits into the real world. With the help of many guests, we share experiences that help accomplish this in our biweekly medical school podcast.
As premedical, medical, and other healthcare students, it's important to know textbook knowledge in medical education and understand what it's like for patients to experience medicine. MedStud Memoirs tackles both of these in this medical school podcast. First, we'll discuss the science of specific conditions, then our best podcasts come from people who have lived with the condition or doctors who have treated it. To get a glimpse of the next condition, complete our treat the sneak peak module.