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  • Episode 22- Dr. Jessica Molokie

    Episode 22- Dr. Jessica Molokie

    26/04/2020 Duración: 52min

    Dr. Jessica Molokie from the Not A Medical Marvel Podcast joins Ed to discuss her journey through undergraduate school and medical school. Dr. Molokie is a graduate of a caribbean school that will be starting her residency in Florida in June 2020. Attrition rate in US medical schools What to know about Caribbean medical schools FREIDA Follow on Social Media ... Read More The post Episode 22- Dr. Jessica Molokie appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • Episode 21- Covid-19

    Episode 21- Covid-19

    30/03/2020 Duración: 31min

    In the setting of the novel coronavirus, or Covid-19, medical education is changing. How does it affect student currently in the clinical setting? How will it change the delivery of medical education in general? Does it change how aspiring medical students should approach medical school? Ed and Mike discuss all the changes they have seen since the outbreak of Covid-19 ... Read More The post Episode 21- Covid-19 appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • Episode 20- The New Step 1

    Episode 20- The New Step 1

    15/02/2020 Duración: 39min

    I. Background -Step 1 is the first in a series of medical licensing exams for student physicians in the United States -2019, Journal of Academic Medicine, group of medical students talked about the toxic Step 1 environment that develops during the preclinical years of medicine (https://journals.lww.com/academicmedicine/Fulltext/2019/03000/Student_Perspectives_on_the__Step_1_Climate__in.9.aspx) -A few days ago, NBME decided to make Step 1 pass fail to help ... Read More The post Episode 20- The New Step 1 appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • Episode 19- Know Everything?

    Episode 19- Know Everything?

    27/01/2020 Duración: 33min

    It’s a classic trope in medical school that students need to know everything, but is that actually the case? In this episode, Ed and Mike discuss:  Is it okay to not know everything?  How should I flag questions on exams?  Changing Study Habits in Medical School What are pre-matriculation programs? What are some effective stress reduction techniques?  Is there a ... Read More The post Episode 19- Know Everything? appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • Episode 18- Learning and Study Habits

    Episode 18- Learning and Study Habits

    03/11/2019 Duración: 36min

    Learning how to study in medical school can be difficult. Is there a right way? It seems that spaced repetition with programs like Anki might be helpful for most people. What about the right QBank? Ed and Mike discuss all this and more on this episode. Bickerdike et. al 2017 J. Medical Education Tabibian Et al 2019 Ebbinghaus forgetting curve ... Read More The post Episode 18- Learning and Study Habits appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • Episode 17- Standardized Testing

    Episode 17- Standardized Testing

    30/09/2019 Duración: 35min

    MedSchoolMedic Episode 17 Show Notes On this episode, Ed and Mike discuss the value (if there is any) of standardized tests and the way that exams in medical schools are administered. Is the MCAT representative of how you’ll perform in medical school? Is Step 1 an accurate representation of how you’ll perform as a physician?  Is biochemistry essential for MCAT ... Read More The post Episode 17- Standardized Testing appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • Episode 16- Medic to Med School

    Episode 16- Medic to Med School

    28/08/2019 Duración: 49min

    This episode marks the reboot of the MedSchoolMedic Podcast! On this cross-over with MSM’s sister show The Overrun, Dan sits with Ed and Mike to discuss the journey from paramedic to physician…does it help? Can it hurt? How do you do it? If you’ve ever thought of going to medical school; give this a listen! Dr. Emma Cronk’s blog can ... Read More The post Episode 16- Medic to Med School appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • Episode 15- Blood Products

    Episode 15- Blood Products

    18/08/2017 Duración: 20min

    Should we be giving blood products to trauma patients in the pre-hospital setting? In theory, it would stand to reason that the patient has lost blood, and thus should receive more of it. But that doesn’t exactly pan out in the data. In 2016, the journal Shock performed a literature review to discuss this exact topic. In the end, it ... Read More The post Episode 15- Blood Products appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • Episode 14- The NASEMSO Scope of Practice Model

    Episode 14- The NASEMSO Scope of Practice Model

    11/08/2017 Duración: 31min

    Everybody needs to calm down. Calm. The hell. Down. This week, the National Association of State EMS Officials (NASEMSO) published a working draft of the 2018 national EMS scope of practice model. This is, as stated in the title, a working draft that is open for discussion and thus is open to change. It contains some important opinions about how ... Read More The post Episode 14- The NASEMSO Scope of Practice Model appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • MSM Shorty- More on DL vs. VL

    MSM Shorty- More on DL vs. VL

    07/08/2017 Duración: 08min

    We all have our preferences when it comes to intubation. Some prefer DL, others prefer VL. Personally, I’ve always been a proponent of DL. But when it comes to VL, I have my biases as well. So which one works better? It turns out that it depends on who you are and how often you intubate. Today we review a ... Read More The post MSM Shorty- More on DL vs. VL appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • Episode 13- Cognitive Offloading

    Episode 13- Cognitive Offloading

    04/08/2017 Duración: 17min

    Sometimes thinking is hard. In EMS and in medicine in general, there are a lot of things to remember when encountering a patient. What are the right drug dosages? How do we calculate body surface area for burns? What about CPR? The answer to all of these is known as cognitive offloading. What this does is allow the brain to ... Read More The post Episode 13- Cognitive Offloading appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • MSM Shorty- Ketamine for Agitation

    MSM Shorty- Ketamine for Agitation

    31/07/2017 Duración: 05min

    Regular listeners will know that here at medschoolmedic, we love Ketamine. Earlier this year, in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine, Riddel et al. explored how effective ketamine would be when given as a first-line drug for excited delirium or agitation. They compared ketamine to haloperidol, midazolam, and lorazepam. See the abstract here The post MSM Shorty- Ketamine for Agitation appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • Episode 12- Physician Shadowing with Mike Defilippo

    Episode 12- Physician Shadowing with Mike Defilippo

    28/07/2017 Duración: 22min

    Mike Defilippo joins the podcast to discuss his summer of physician shadowing. What is involved in physician shadowing? Will shadowing help me in medical school, or help me get into medical school? What did he learn from the process? What are the advantages and disadvantages of shadowing? Perhaps most importantly, what did the patients think? More on shadowing can be ... Read More The post Episode 12- Physician Shadowing with Mike Defilippo appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • MSM Shorty-TXA

    MSM Shorty-TXA

    24/07/2017 Duración: 06min

    Why use TXA? What is it, and how does it work? Tranexamic Acid, or TXA is a drug that helps control hyperfibronolysis, which is associated with increased mortality. Essentially, the drug works to stop bleeding. TXA has been used in surgical suites for ages, but only recently are we seeing it move to the realm of EMS medicine. So how ... Read More The post MSM Shorty-TXA appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • Episode 11- Opioids and Narcan

    Episode 11- Opioids and Narcan

    21/07/2017 Duración: 31min

    It seems like with each passing day, we hear more and more about opioid overdoses. Its something that was discussed in the early days of this website. Yet, we still seem to hear about the dangers and emerging trends of opioid abuse, and how to handle it in EMS. It is important to understand how opiate addiction begins, how the ... Read More The post Episode 11- Opioids and Narcan appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • MSM Shorty- The Slow Progress of EMS

    MSM Shorty- The Slow Progress of EMS

    17/07/2017 Duración: 07min

    Why does the profession of EMS seem to move along so slowly? Why do the medications and technology seem to move along at a glacial pace? Today’s shorty explores these topics.   Follow MSM on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook The post MSM Shorty- The Slow Progress of EMS appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • Episode 10 Pt. 2- SMACC Talk with Dan Schwester

    Episode 10 Pt. 2- SMACC Talk with Dan Schwester

    14/07/2017 Duración: 44min

    MSM Clinical guy Dan Schwester joins the pod to discuss the SMACC conference, and rant with Ed about EMS in general. VF arrest mindset Cognitive offloading High-Fidelity simulation Pre-brief Debrief Stress and handling it Communication under stress “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.” Build a culture within your team, do the ... Read More The post Episode 10 Pt. 2- SMACC Talk with Dan Schwester appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • Episode 10 Pt. 1- SMACC Talk with Dan Schwester

    Episode 10 Pt. 1- SMACC Talk with Dan Schwester

    14/07/2017 Duración: 34min

    MSM Clinical guy Dan Schwester joins the pod to discuss the SMACC conference, and rant with Ed about EMS in general. VF arrest mindset Cognitive offloading High-Fidelity simulation Pre-brief Debrief Stress and handling it Communication under stress “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.” Build a culture within your team, do the ... Read More The post Episode 10 Pt. 1- SMACC Talk with Dan Schwester appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • MSM Shorty- Oxygenation

    MSM Shorty- Oxygenation

    10/07/2017 Duración: 13min

    In 2011, Weingart and Levitan published a paper in Annals describing how oxygenation works during an intubation attempt. This paper was a game changer. It is phenomenally robust paper that uses nothing but the facts and data. It is, in part, a systematic review of oxygenation. But more importantly, its a guide for how to oxygenate patients we are going to ... Read More The post MSM Shorty- Oxygenation appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

  • Episode 9- Flipping the classroom with Anna Brown

    Episode 9- Flipping the classroom with Anna Brown

    07/07/2017 Duración: 39min

    We’ve talked about flipping the EMS classroom before on this website. Today, we’re joined by paramedic and EMS educator Anna Brown to discuss ways to flip the classroom. We also discuss different ways to handle the classroom environment, and emerging trends in EMS education. What are difference between flipped and traditional classrooms? How do we improve outcomes in education? How ... Read More The post Episode 9- Flipping the classroom with Anna Brown appeared first on Medschoolmedic.

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