Giving a voice to clinicians world wide. The Noobie Dentist podcast offers in-depth clinical, mindset and motivations discussions with dentists from all over the world. Founded in 2017, the Noobie Dentist Podcast has been providing value to young dentists and dental students all over the world with listeners in over 190 countries. The aim of the podcast is to provide high yield and in-depth discussions with clinicians from all over the world providing listeners. Use the Noobie Dentist Podcast as your audio mentor to help you accelerate your dental career.
Host: Omid Azami DDS
Power of Social Media, Oral Surgery for the general dentist and much more with Dr. Amir T (@therealtoothdr2.0)
In this interview we talk about the role of social media in dentistry; what it has meant to him and his career in terms of finding mentorship from around the world. We also talk about our common interest in oral surgery, his move back to Canada, and his future goals.
Bonus Episode: NDP x Dental Digest Podcast Crossover - Life of a Dental Podcaster
In this week's bonus episode I had the awesome pleasure of having a conversation with Dr. Melissa Seibert, host of the Dental Digest Podcast (https://www.dentaldigestinstitute.com/). Dr. Seibert is leading the charge in the next generation of dental podcasts in the United States and has some ambitious plans to change the face of dental education. In this episode we dive into our back stories, why we started our respective podcasts and much more.
Podcast Roundtable: Three Unique Perspectives on 2020 with Dr. David Keir and Dr. Jesse Green
In this week's episode, I sat down with my good friends, mentors and co-founders at CPDJunkie.com.au, Dr. Jesse Green and Dr. David Keir. In this casual roundtable discussion we look back on 2020 and share our experiences, lessons learned, successes and challenges. We also talk about CPD Junkie, the progress that we have made on this project and our plans for it in 2021.
Check out CPD Junkie: www.CPDJunkie.com.au
Both Dr. David Keir and Dr. Jesse Green run their own successful podcasts so be sure to check them them out and give them a follow!
Dr. Jesse Green: https://savvydentist.com/podcasts/
Dr. David Keir: https://www.dentalheadstart.com/
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Mentorship Series: 5 Things I learned in 2020
To wrap up the Mentorship Series Season 1, I thought I would share some thoughts on 5 things that I learned in 2020.
My 5 lessons for 20202:
1. Look after your health
2. Educate Yourself in Personal Finance
3. Create Your Non-Negotiables
4. Take Action
5. Stay Flexible
How to be a Superstar Associate Dentist with Dr. Andrew Cheng
Today, I talk to Dr Andrew Cheng. Andrew is an amazing up and coming dentist in Australia. Andrew has completed many structured formal learning pathways and is passionate about CPD. These courses have allowed Dr Cheng to get the most out of his clinical practice, and take on ever more challenging and interesting cases. He has completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Orthodontics, a Postgrad Certificate in Dental Implantology, and he frequently travels to Seattle where he attends Kois.
In this week’s episode, we talk about CPD and the importance of investing in yourself, how to get the most out of mentorship and how to be a successful associate. We also discuss maintaining our mental and physical well-being, the importance of self-care, and becoming a successful clinician.
The Link between Art and Dentistry with medical illustrator and dental student Rachel Jackson
In this weeks episode I chat with Rachel Jackson. Rachel graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2004 with a BSc in Medical Illustration. After a few years of work and starting a family, Rachel decided to go back into clinical dentistry and completed a course in dental therapy in 2013. While doing the course and working, Rachel decided she wanted more of a clinical scope and decided to get into dentistry, leading her to the University of Aberdeen in 2017. She is currently a dental student and continues her artwork. A few years ago, her artwork began to get noticed and she was commissioned by the British Dental Journal to illustrate a series of covers for the 100th year anniversary of their BDA Library, which is what shes been illustrating for the past few months.
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Great for dentists and dental students!
Love the podcast! So much great information for dentists and dental students!