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Inspiring medical education success in the clinical setting and residency through interviews with doctors and other subject matter experts designed to educate med students. Host, Chase DiMarco, is your clinical rotations resource for medicine, healthcare, clerkships, and other hot topics.

Rounds to Residency (from MedSchoolCoach‪)‬ Chase DiMarco

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Inspiring medical education success in the clinical setting and residency through interviews with doctors and other subject matter experts designed to educate med students. Host, Chase DiMarco, is your clinical rotations resource for medicine, healthcare, clerkships, and other hot topics.

    4.15 Chiropractics, Allopathic, Osteopathic Differences in Approach to Pain Medicine - Part 2

    4.15 Chiropractics, Allopathic, Osteopathic Differences in Approach to Pain Medicine - Part 2

    On Part 2 of our episode with Dr. Mitchell Cohn, he continues his discussion on osteopathy: what makes good and bad research, the politics behind different therapies, and how it’s different from chiropractic.
    [00:51] Science is Ever-Evolving [04:30] How We End Up With Bad Information [08:48] Politics Behind PRP and Prolotherapy [11:05] Difference of Osteopathic Manipulation from Chiropractic Adjustments [15:33] Chiropractors are Also Physicians Full show notes

    • 17 min
    4.14 The Alphabet Soup of Pain Treatment & Management with Mitchell Cohn, DO - Part 1

    4.14 The Alphabet Soup of Pain Treatment & Management with Mitchell Cohn, DO - Part 1

    On the last episode of Season 4, Chase DiMarco is joined by Dr. Mitchell Cohn, a retired osteopathic physician and author of “Osteopathy and the Zombie Apocalypse: A Career Guide for Pre-Med & Pre-College Students”, to discuss the differences between pain treatment & pain management and his experience with PIT or Perineural Injection Therapy.
    [03:00] Differences in Pain Management vs Pain Treatment [08:32] The Different Osteopathic Approaches [11:08] Dr. Cohn Explains Perineural Injection Therapy [18:07] Stem Cells and Prolotherapy [23:45] The Medical Community on Perineural Injection Therapy Full show notes

    • 28 min
    4.13 What Harvard Students Get Wrong Burnout and Legal with Amy Fogelman MD

    4.13 What Harvard Students Get Wrong Burnout and Legal with Amy Fogelman MD

    Chase DiMarco talks to Dr. Amy Fogelman, MD. Dr. Amy is a board-certified Internal Medicine Specialist based in Massachusetts. She was a primary care doctor for 18 years before she expanded her career in the medical-legal field given her experience as an internist after seeking a career coach and realizing that she was giving her husband free medical-legal advice. She is passionate about internal medicine and medical education. After close to two decades as a primary care physician in the Boston area, Amy founded MED LAW Consulting in 2018. She pairs expert witnesses to attorneys in legal matters. She also provides training for newbie medical experts who are interested in starting this side gig.
     
    [01:06] Burnout in Internal Medicine [03:17] Dr. Fogelman’s Background and How She Expanded Her Medical Career [06:00] Expanding your Career Beyond Clinical Practice [10:29] Dr. Fogelman and Her Experience with Harvard Medical Students [14:37] How Medical Students Can Impress Their Preceptor [18:18] Dr. Fogelman on UpToDate as a Secondary Source in Internal Medicine [20:39] Learning to Love Internal Medicine [22:38] Delay or Failure to Diagnose as a Medical Expert [25:37] The Responsibility in Working as a Team [29:34] Which Fields are More Likely to be Sued? [30:40] Differences of Being an MD and a Mid-Level Practitioner [33:45] Dr. Fogelman’s Words of Wisdom on the Medical-Legal Field [35:30] Where to find Dr. Amy Fogelman MD [35:58] Rewards and Options in Being a Physician Full show notes

    • 39 min
    4.12 The New Resident Experience with Residency Director Abdullah Chahin MD

    4.12 The New Resident Experience with Residency Director Abdullah Chahin MD

    Chase DiMarco talks to Dr. Abdullah Chahin who is board certified in both infectious diseases and critical care medicine. He is also an assistant professor and the program director for internal medicine at Brown University’s School of Medicine. He also holds a teaching position at Tufts University School of Medicine. Chase and Dr. Chahin discuss the current state of medical
    education, its challenges, and the changes that can be made it to improve it.
    [02:28] Biggest Challenge Facing Today’s Residents [05:42] Managing Residents’ Expectations [07:35] Residency Application & Medical Knowledge [14:32] How can International Medical Graduates Stand Out? [20:00] Dr. Chahin’s Advice to Medical Students and Residents Full show notes

    • 23 min
    4.11 Graduate Medical Education Models and Changes with GME Pundit Brenda Thompson

    4.11 Graduate Medical Education Models and Changes with GME Pundit Brenda Thompson

    Chase DiMarco talks to Brenda Thompson, a Graduate Medical Education (GME) expert with over ten years of experience in residency-related accreditation, education, and other similar topics. They discuss assessment criteria for residency evaluations, professional maturity during residency, and the adoption of behavioral assessments in the hospital setting. 
    [01:24] Brenda Thompson’s Background and Roles in GME [03:45] Changing Medicine and Medical Education for the Better [06:24] The SWOT Analysis During Residency [08:31] Comparing the Six ACGME Requirements to the Core EPAs [10:15] Assessment Criteria for Residency Evaluations [14:45] Residency Orientation and Its Effects on Students [18:25] The Adoption of Behavioral Assessment in the Hospital Setting [19:40] Positive Attitude and Professionalism During Residency [23:20] How to Exhibit Professional Maturity During Residency  Full show notes

    • 28 min
    4.10 Snooooozing on Science with Researcher & Sleep Specialist Alen Juginovic, MD

    4.10 Snooooozing on Science with Researcher & Sleep Specialist Alen Juginovic, MD

    Chase DiMarco talks to Dr. Alen Juginovic, a medical doctor and postdoc at Harvard Medical School, Department of Neurobiology. He is also the author of "Introduction to Sleep Medicine," which focuses on the physiology and pathophysiology of sleep, sleep disorders, and the circadian rhythm. They talk about sleep medicine, communicating science to the general public, and keeping up with scientific literature. 
    [01:09] Challenges Facing Residents in Sleep Medicine [06:02] Introduction to Sleep Medicine [07:14] The Hot Science Balloon Project [09:35] Communicating Science to the General Public [13:10] Why Experts Should Explain Their Science to the Layperson [14:30] The Role of the Science Experts in Developing Public Policy [15:55] How to Keep up with New Scientific Literature [19:10] Why Facts Don't Change Our Minds [23:40] Fake Science and the Knowledge Crisis [26:08] Strategies and Tools for Communicating Science to the General Public [28:21] Tips for Pursuing a Career Medicine  Full show notes

    • 29 min

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