27 episodes

What is the medical career really like?
What are doctors reluctant to talk about?

Subcutaneous means under the skin. And SubCut is a show that does just that. Whether you're a student looking at a career in medicine, a training medical student, or a working junior doctor, join us as we explore the realities of one of the most romanticised and opaque careers there is.

Let's get under the skin of abseil window cleaning.

I mean, medicine.

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What is the medical career really like?
What are doctors reluctant to talk about?

Subcutaneous means under the skin. And SubCut is a show that does just that. Whether you're a student looking at a career in medicine, a training medical student, or a working junior doctor, join us as we explore the realities of one of the most romanticised and opaque careers there is.

Let's get under the skin of abseil window cleaning.

I mean, medicine.

CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE
http://bit.ly/subcutsite

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL
https://bit.ly/SubcutYoutube

    A Medical Perspective on The End Of Life Choice Bill (Ft. Dr Art and Dr Nic of IMreasoning)

    A Medical Perspective on The End Of Life Choice Bill (Ft. Dr Art and Dr Nic of IMreasoning)

    In our previous episode, we brought to light the political perspective on the proposed End Of Life Choice Bill that is currently in question during the NZ election.
    Today, we are joined by Dr Nic and Dr Art (from IMReasoning), who will be providing an in-depth medical perspective on the concept of euthanasia, as well as their opinions about the bill.
    This episode is not sponsored, and is in NO way a means for us to push our political views onto anyone. This is simply a discussion we thought would be valuable for those interested in the topic.
    Share with us your thoughts on our Facebook, Instagram or YouTube channel.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    A Political Perspective on The End Of Life Choice Bill (ft. Adriana Christie)

    A Political Perspective on The End Of Life Choice Bill (ft. Adriana Christie)

    The NZ general election day is nearing and one of the current referendums in question is the legislation of assisted dying (The End Of Life Choice Bill).

    Today, we are joined by Adriana Christie (MP for TOP in Epsom), who provides us with the political perspective of the bill, so that as voters, we are all given a well-rounded insight into what assisted dying is, what are the current laws around it and why the bill (in topic) was proposed in the first place.

    This episode is not sponsored, and is in NO way a means for us to push our political views onto anyone. This is simply a discussion we thought would be valuable for those interested in the topic.
    Share with us your thoughts on our Facebook, Instagram or YouTube channel.

    • 55 min
    I Fainted During My Paediatric Surgery Run | 4th Year Med Student Story Time

    I Fainted During My Paediatric Surgery Run | 4th Year Med Student Story Time

    In today's episode, Niel shares his experiences during his paediatric surgery run, the importance of scrubbing in and how he ended up becoming the patient...
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    • 20 min
    Is $50,000 A Year Enough To Be Happy? Money and Medicine

    Is $50,000 A Year Enough To Be Happy? Money and Medicine

    Can money really buy happiness? It's important for us to first address what defines happiness for us before we can answer that.
    In this episode, Emma, Justin and Niel discuss the topics of choosing a career based on the financial return it will give, and whether money can really "buy" us happiness.
    Disclaimer: We are not financial advisors. Any advice or information shared in this episode is merely based on our own personal experiences. You should seek professional investment or financial advice before making any decisions.

    • 46 min
    Life of a Surgical Registrar and Creating Healthcare Chatbots (Ft. Dr Sanjeev Krishna)

    Life of a Surgical Registrar and Creating Healthcare Chatbots (Ft. Dr Sanjeev Krishna)

    With the growth of our episode numbers comes the progression of incredibly special guests that we have on our show.
    Today we are joined by the amazing Dr Sanjeev Krishna, who is an Orthopaedic Registrar and Co-Founder of Ark Discovery Health. Sanjeev's work spans across working as a surgical registrar in NZ, to creating the world's first measles chatbot. Tune in to hear about his journey!
    Check us out on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and on our website.

    • 39 min
    The Uncomfortable Truth About Being A Māori and Pacific Doctor (Part 2)

    The Uncomfortable Truth About Being A Māori and Pacific Doctor (Part 2)

    If you want to be a GOOD doctor, especially in New Zealand, you NEED to watch this episode.

    We continue our conversation with Dr Coralie and Georgia today, on the topic of Māori and Pacific representation within the medical career.

    In our episode today, we talk more about the deep-rooted issues, taken effect from the days of colonisation, that affect the Māori and Pacific peoples - as doctors, patients, and as human beings.
    We crackdown on these myths and misconceptions that will change your perspectives ENTIRELY and you will leave this episode with a lot more awareness - which also happens to be VERY timely.

    Check us out on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and on our website.

    • 43 min

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