59 min

Episode 7 | FGLI Man in a White Coat (ft. Dr. Damon Tweedy‪)‬ Med Legs: Finding Your Footing As A First Generation and/or Low Income Student in Medicine

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Join your Med Legs cohosts in their latest conversation with Dr. Damon Tweedy. Dr. Tweedy is an associate professor of psychiatry at Duke University School of Medicine and a practicing psychiatrist within the Durham VA Health System. He is well known for his book Black Man in a White Coat and has appeared in the Washington Post, NPR, New York Times, CBS, PBS, among numerous other print, radio, and TV outlets. In this episode, Dr. Tweedy shares memories growing up in a working-class family and reflects on his experiences being both Black and FGLI in the world of medicine.

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Join your Med Legs cohosts in their latest conversation with Dr. Damon Tweedy. Dr. Tweedy is an associate professor of psychiatry at Duke University School of Medicine and a practicing psychiatrist within the Durham VA Health System. He is well known for his book Black Man in a White Coat and has appeared in the Washington Post, NPR, New York Times, CBS, PBS, among numerous other print, radio, and TV outlets. In this episode, Dr. Tweedy shares memories growing up in a working-class family and reflects on his experiences being both Black and FGLI in the world of medicine.

Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @_medlegs and don't forget to subscribe to stay up to date on all our latest episodes! 

59 min