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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, Bec and Scott

    • Science
    • 4.6 • 26 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.

    Hypertension Part 3 (Assessment, Management and Secondary Causes)

    Hypertension Part 3 (Assessment, Management and Secondary Causes)

    Weary traveller, let Rahul, Bec and Jupiter’s 79 moons be your guides as we haul you up the third and final segment of the hypertension series. At the summit we take you on a high pressure hike through the assessment … Continue reading →

    • 1 hr 34 min
    COVID-19 Clinical Diagnosis and Management

    COVID-19 Clinical Diagnosis and Management

    This episode is for everyone who is sick of COVID-19 but needs to finally learn how to diagnosis and manage it, rather than how to out-argue your uncle about whether the plan-demic will end democracy. We go through diagnosis, testing, … Continue reading →

    • 1 hr 32 min
    Gram Negative Bacteria and Treatment

    Gram Negative Bacteria and Treatment

    Nasty Bugs. You gotta treat ‘em! In this, truly, tremendous second antibiotic episode, Sleepy Scott, Deranged Davor, Crooked Bec (and Obama Zala) cover all the gram negative bacteria – from microbiology to antibiotics and resistance. Believe me, you’ll be tired … Continue reading →

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Depression part 2 – evaluation

    Depression part 2 – evaluation

    This is part 2 of our series on depression. Davor and Dean chat about how to evaluate someone you think might have depression. As fascinating as part 1 was, this is much more clinically relevant. Filled with Dean’s wisdom and … Continue reading →

    • 1 hr 25 min
    Depression overview – definitions, epidemiology, pathophysiology

    Depression overview – definitions, epidemiology, pathophysiology

    This episode is a bit of new thing we’re trying – interviews with our friends! As we’ve progressed in our careers, we’ve all started specializing and become increasingly unqualified to talk about large swathes of medicine. On the flipside, our … Continue reading →

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Gram Positive Bacteria and Treatment

    Gram Positive Bacteria and Treatment

    Welcome seeker. All the bacteria. All the antibiotics. Join us on our ambitious multi-episode trek to summarise all bacteria and their treatment starting this episode with gram positives. Your journey will teach the ancient wisdom that tazocin does not fix … Continue reading →

    • 1 hr 15 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

Marypriest ,

My favorite podcast

You guys are the BEST!!! Easy to listen too and absorb the info with a few giggles along the way. Thanks! Keep them coming!

Pshenitsa ,

Fix the sound

Come on guys... great content but please invest in some decent microphones. The sound levels are wildly unbalanced. For $80 purchase a decent lav.

Willecyotee ,

Like an audio version of Harrison's

I really enjoy the podcast and I appreciate all the work Davor, Rahul and Bec have put into the podcast. I think they do a great job bringing in interesting physical exam pearls and have targeted this podcast for a starting housestaff or intern, explaining what to do when you're called at 3 AM and why you should do it. I think this essential stuff for those new residents in training and I'll be sharing it with all the new interns comming in.

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