Things They Don't Teach You in Medical School. A podcast about personal and professional development for medical students.
Join your hosts, Aaishwarya Gulani and Swathi Raman, two second-year medical students, as they interview experts in the field of professional development! From networking to leadership to building meaningful relationships, each episode aims to ultimately give actionable advice for medical students who want to take the next step in developing themselves outside of the classroom.
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Everyone has heard of this hospital hierarchy with the attending physicians, fellows, residents, and medical students. And those who have experience working within it know how hard it is to speak up and the importance of establishing a feedback-driven culture. In this episode, Dr. Barron Lerner, a physician, professor, and author, and Shailin Thomas, a 6th year MD/JD student at NYU, join us to speak about their experiences within this hierarchy.
For more information, check out Dr. Lerner's New York Times article, "In a Hospital Hierarchy, Speaking Up Is Hard to Do," and his book, "The Good Doctor: A Father, a Son, and the Evolution of Medical Ethics."
Dr. Lindsay Kuo talks to us about her journey training in both medicine and business, the four domains of leadership, and what makes an effective leader. Join us as we delve into Dr. Kuo's blog post titled "Personal Total Leadership" and discover what it means to better integrate all aspects of your life!
Tony Tsai talks to us about how to make time for our own passions, differentiate ourselves, build relationships, and set our own agenda in medical school. Join us as we kickstart this series with our first guest and see if you can answer Tony's 3 questions on personal development!