14 episodes

Things They Don't Teach You in Medical School. A podcast about personal and professional development for medical students.

Join your hosts, Aaishwarya Gulani and Swathi Raman, two second-year medical students, as they interview experts in the field of professional development! From networking to leadership to building meaningful relationships, each episode aims to ultimately give actionable advice for medical students who want to take the next step in developing themselves outside of the classroom.

Follow us on Instagram/Twitter @MS5_Podcast and look out for new episodes every other Monday!

The MS5 Podcast Aaishwariya Gulani and Swathi Raman

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Things They Don't Teach You in Medical School. A podcast about personal and professional development for medical students.

Join your hosts, Aaishwarya Gulani and Swathi Raman, two second-year medical students, as they interview experts in the field of professional development! From networking to leadership to building meaningful relationships, each episode aims to ultimately give actionable advice for medical students who want to take the next step in developing themselves outside of the classroom.

Follow us on Instagram/Twitter @MS5_Podcast and look out for new episodes every other Monday!

    Covid "Gaslighting"

    Covid "Gaslighting"

    This week, we release one of the episodes we recorded back in 2020 about a topic we call Covid "Gaslighting." If you ever felt it was difficult to set boundaries with friends during this pandemic in order to protect the loved ones around you, listen in to our latest episode where we discuss this dilemma and our own tips to combat it! 

    • 8 min
    The COVID-19 Virtual Curriculum: Part 2

    The COVID-19 Virtual Curriculum: Part 2

    COVID-19 and the 2020 pandemic has drastically changed the delivery of medical education during the pre-clinical years. Class representatives to the curriculum teams have a unique perspective from the student and faculty perspective on what this transition from the classroom has been like.

    In Part 2 of this series, we hear from two current MS2's and curriculum representatives at UCF College of Medicine, Brandon Tapasak and Rachna Sannegowda, on what that transition has been like.

    • 24 min
    The COVID-19 Virtual Curriculum: Part 1

    The COVID-19 Virtual Curriculum: Part 1

    COVID-19 and the 2020 pandemic has drastically changed the delivery of medical education during the pre-clinical years. Class representatives to the curriculum teams have a unique perspective from the student and faculty perspective on what this transition from the classroom has been like.

    In Part 1 of this series, we hear from two current MS2's and curriculum representatives at Temple University School of Medicine, Vineet Naran and Michael Eckert, on what that transition has been like. 

    • 30 min
    How to Sell Yourself: Perfecting Your Pitch

    How to Sell Yourself: Perfecting Your Pitch

    In part 2 of the How to Sell Yourself mini-series, we go over how to deliver a quick and effective 30-second pitch and take our shot at sharing our own pitches with you! For more information, check out Tony Tsai's checklist to structure the best medical student elevator pitch on PurposeMD.org (https://purposemd.org/tools/the-5-people/).

    • 13 min
    How to Sell Yourself: Building a Network

    How to Sell Yourself: Building a Network

    In part 1 of this mini-series on How to Sell Yourself, we dive into professional networking for medical students, including tips on how to structure and build your network. For more information, check out Tony Tsai's Primer to Medical Networking on PurposeMD.org (https://purposemd.org/tools/networking-primer/).

    • 9 min
    Teamwork in Medicine: Expert Perspective

    Teamwork in Medicine: Expert Perspective

    In this two-part series, we bring together the perspectives of medical students and guest experts to discuss the role of teamwork in medicine. In Part 2, we interview Dr. Derek Newberry on the ingredients of successful teams in medical school. He brings together his own background as a consultant, former professor of management, and author, with his unique experiences seeing his wife train as a physician, to share advice on how to practice effective teamwork in medicine.

    For more information, please check out Dr. Newberry's book, "Committed Teams: Three Steps to Inspiring Passion and Performance."

    • 29 min

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