22 episodes

Welcome to Medicine In Color, a platform that uplifts the voices of Black women and men in medicine through honest dialog, inspiring stories and full transparency about who we are and what it takes to get it!

Medicine In Color Alicia M. Williams

    • Society & Culture

Welcome to Medicine In Color, a platform that uplifts the voices of Black women and men in medicine through honest dialog, inspiring stories and full transparency about who we are and what it takes to get it!

    Third Year Hustle!

    Third Year Hustle!

    This week I had the opportunity to chat with some of my fellow 3rd year med students about how they're navigating the ongoing pandemic, social and political unrest and the transition into clinical year all while taking care of academic responsibilities. We also chat about what is bringing them joy, what we're hopeful for going forward and the excitement of finally being in the clinical setting. The third year hustle is real!!

    Connect with MIC:

    Instagram: @MedicineInColor

    Facebook: @MedicineInColor

    Twitter: @MedicineInColor

    Email: MedicineInColor@gmail.com

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Surviving Chaos

    Surviving Chaos

    In this quick solo episode, I talk about the weight of current climate in our nation and managing board study season, the transition from 2nd year into 3rd year clinical rotations and the importance of intentionality in this season and beyond. I also share an amazing wellness resource specifically for Black women, the CentHERed Collective! 



    Connect with MIC

    Instagram: @MedicineInColor

    Facebook: @MedicineInColor

    Twitter: @MedicineInColor

    Email: MedicineInColor@gmail.com



    Connect with The CentHERed Collective:

    Website: www.CentHERedCollective.com

    Social: @CentHERedCollective (FB and IG)

    CentHERed Collective Virtual Retreat Registration

    • 18 min
    Secure The Seat w/Minda Harts

    Secure The Seat w/Minda Harts

    This week's episode features the amazing Minda Harts. Minda is the CEO of The Memo LLC, a career development platform for women of color. She is the best-selling author of The Memo: What Women of Color Need To Know To Secure A Seat At The Table. Minda is an Assistant Professor at NYU Wagner. She has been featured on MSNBC's Morning Joe, Fast Company, The Guardian, and Time Magazine. Minda frequently speaks at companies like Microsoft, Levi's, Google, and Bloomberg on topics such as Leadership, Managing Diverse Teams and Self-Advocacy. She also hosts a weekly podcast called Secure The Seat.



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    Connect with Minda:

    Website: www.MindaHarts.com

    Social: @MindaHarts



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    • 47 min
    Turn The Page w/ Student Doctor Osose Oboh, MPH

    Turn The Page w/ Student Doctor Osose Oboh, MPH

    This week's episode features Student Doctor Osose Oboh. Osose Oboh was born and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles, California. She is a 2013 graduate of UCLA and earned her Master of Public Health with an emphasis on Global Health Leadership from the University of Southern California. she finished her program, she continued on to complete a post-baccalaureate program at Charles R. Drew University She is Osose is a current third year at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine with the goal of matching in Internal Medicine and completing a fellowship in Gastroenterology & Hepatology. She is the National President Elect and will be the National President of the SNMA for the 2020-2021 administration. Additionally, she is the new Student Trustee to the Board of Trustees of the National Medical Association. In addition to her medical pursuits, Osose is a professional freelance photographer and has traveled to 41 countries. 

    Connect with Osose:  

    Website: www.OsoseOboh.com  

    Instagram: @ososee 

    Connect with Medicine In Color

    Email: MedicineInColor@gmail.com 

    Social Media: @MedicineInColor on all channels!

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Faith In Medicine w/Dr. Jasmine Forte, M.D.

    Faith In Medicine w/Dr. Jasmine Forte, M.D.

    We're back with new episodes!! Welcome to season 2 of Medicine In Color. This episode is the first in a series of episodes centered on Faith In Medicine. The first installment features Dr. Jasmine Forte, M.D. Dr. Forte is a Christian, wife, mother, and child neurologist in Atlanta, Georgia. She specializes in Headache and Concussion and is the Director of Headache Medicine at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Dr. Forte earned a medical degree from Meharry Medical College and attended residency at Emory University. 

    Books I'm Reading: 

    - Big Idea Food by Marlena Banks 

    - The Memo: What Women of Color Need to Know to Secure a Seat at the Table by Minda Harts 

    Contact Dr. Forte: 

    Instagram: @jassy_jassymd 

    Contact MIC: 

    Instagram: @MedicineInColor 

    Twitter: @MedicineInColor 

    Facebook: @MedicineInColor 

    Email: MedicineInColor@gmail.com

    • 37 min
    31.

    31.

    The final episode of the year!! I celebrated by 31st birthday this month and wanted to share some things I've been reflecting on as I'm welcoming a new year. I also wanted to express my sincerest sentiments of gratitude to everyone who made this year a success and helped the podcast reach 4000 downloads!!! THANK YOU!!!

    If you'll be at the SNMA Region 8 Medical Education Conference on January 18th, be sure to check out the Women In Medicine Fireside Chat. I'll be hosting that session. 

    Register for RMEC here: https://2020regionviiirmec.splashthat.com/

    Connect with MIC:

    Email: MedicineInColor@gmail.com

    Instagram: @MedicineInColor

    Twitter: @MedicineInColor

    • 13 min

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