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Join the conversation with physicians in training as they explain the fundamentals of medicine. All the knowledge you need to survive and thrive on the wards. We create digestible, delectable, bite-sized knowledge bits suitable for medical students and junior physicians aged 6 and up.

MedConversations Davor, Rahul and Bec

    • Science
    • 4.9, 257 Ratings

Join the conversation with physicians in training as they explain the fundamentals of medicine. All the knowledge you need to survive and thrive on the wards. We create digestible, delectable, bite-sized knowledge bits suitable for medical students and junior physicians aged 6 and up.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
257 Ratings

257 Ratings

arabpino ,

Review

Thanks a heap for taking the time to share such a detailed knowledge I listen to u guys on my long drive to work and find it super helpful as a paramedic. My mrs is in 2nd yr of med she got me on to u guys keep up the great work and all the best with ur doctoring careers 😇

8-DanTheMan-8 ,

Amazing

Fantastic! Im a graduating student from University of Newcastle and I am confident that this podcast will be helpful all the way through my future training as it has been through med school. Thanks so much guys! P.S love the indepth neuro stuff Davor ;) don't let the others bully you into leaving it out.

Luke Pl ,

Keeping the medical knowledge/study ticking over while overseas, very enjoyable, even entertaining

Cheers for your work podcasting guys, after listening to most of your podcasts now and hearing you many a times suggest to rate, subscribe and review, I've finally figured out how to get on iTunes and do it. I might even have to check out some of your link dumps next and take study to the next level before I return to the hospital to work at the end of the year.

The podcast is great, good repetition and summarising to hit home important points... you can't pay attention every minute of the podcast (not that you're boring, but you know, someone calls, or talks to you, or a loud vehicle drives past... it's never a free run), so nailing those take home points is really appreciated.
Good level of depth for students and junior doctors alike and probably a good launching pad for further study and research on a topic.

Favourite places/ways to listen to your podcast:
- while driving to and from rural rotational work
- while doing physio for a persistent injury
- while doing exercises trying to keep fit as well as knowledgeable on a year travel overseas

I reckon you all must get a fair bit out of it and it's certainly an easy and enjoyable way to study for listeners. Keep it up if you can, or if you're going to finish up at any stage, pass the mantle over to someone else worthy to keep it going. I got a recommendation off another Melbourne medical graduate and have passed it onto a few other graduates across the country, we all get around it. Thanks a bunch, Luke

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