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Making the Rounds, a podcast from the American Medical Association, features advice, interviews and discussions on the most important topics impacting the lives and careers of medical students.
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Meet Your Match | Your relocation plan, with Leif Knight, MD

Get tips for navigating your upcoming move to your residency program's location. Leif Knight, MD (they/them) is a first-year emergency medicine resident at Brown University and shares their experience weighing the factors before they made their big move. As an AMA member, they serve as a delegate for the Residents & Fellows Section as well as Vice Chair of the LGBTQ+ section counsel with the AMA.✶✶✶✶  📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on YouTube: https://bit.ly/AMA_YouTubeChannel 🎥 Watch #AMAUpdate for the latest in health care news for physicians: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update 📝 Full transcripts of the show are available here: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update_Transcripts 📧 Subscribe to AMA Morning Rounds newsletter, with the news you need every morning delivered to your inbox: https://bit.ly/AMA-MorningRounds 🎧 Listen to our latest podcast episodes now: https://bit.ly/AMA_Podcasts 📲 Download AMA Connect for news, podcasts, video updates and learning in one place: https://apple.co/3URzNES 💬 Connect with the AMA on social media: https://bit.ly/AMA_Social_Media
4/1/202419 minutes, 6 seconds
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Match Day 2024 results: NRMP match rates by specialty and SOAP match statistics

What happens on Match Day? How many residency programs are there in the US? How many medical students matched in 2024? What happens if you don't match? Our guest is Jeanette Calli, chief of Match Operations, at the National Resident Matching Program. American Medical Association CXO Todd Unger hosts.✶✶✶✶  📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on YouTube: https://bit.ly/AMA_YouTubeChannel 🎥 Watch #AMAUpdate for the latest in health care news for physicians: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update 📝 Full transcripts of the show are available here: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update_Transcripts 📧 Subscribe to AMA Morning Rounds newsletter, with the news you need every morning delivered to your inbox: https://bit.ly/AMA-MorningRounds 🎧 Listen to our latest podcast episodes now: https://bit.ly/AMA_Podcasts 📲 Download AMA Connect for news, podcasts, video updates and learning in one place: https://apple.co/3URzNES 💬 Connect with the AMA on social media: https://bit.ly/AMA_Social_Media
3/27/202410 minutes, 10 seconds
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Meet Your Match | How to do Match Day your way

The public Match Day celebrations aren't for everyone. Haidn Foster, MD had a low-key Match Day experience and offers insight on the pros of that approach.✶✶✶✶  📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on YouTube: https://bit.ly/AMA_YouTubeChannel 🎥 Watch #AMAUpdate for the latest in health care news for physicians: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update 📝 Full transcripts of the show are available here: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update_Transcripts 📧 Subscribe to AMA Morning Rounds newsletter, with the news you need every morning delivered to your inbox: https://bit.ly/AMA-MorningRounds 🎧 Listen to our latest podcast episodes now: https://bit.ly/AMA_Podcasts 📲 Download AMA Connect for news, podcasts, video updates and learning in one place: https://apple.co/3URzNES 💬 Connect with the AMA on social media: https://bit.ly/AMA_Social_Media
3/4/202415 minutes, 27 seconds
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Meet Your Match | Prepare to navigate SOAP with Victoria Gordon, DO

Going through the Supplemental Offer Acceptance Program made for chaotic Match Week for Victoria Gordon, DO. A few years later, she reflects on the process and offers advice for those who might have to match through SOAP. ✶✶✶✶  📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on YouTube: https://bit.ly/AMA_YouTubeChannel 🎥 Watch #AMAUpdate for the latest in health care news for physicians: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update 📝 Full transcripts of the show are available here: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update_Transcripts 📧 Subscribe to AMA Morning Rounds newsletter, with the news you need every morning delivered to your inbox: https://bit.ly/AMA-MorningRounds 🎧 Listen to our latest podcast episodes now: https://bit.ly/AMA_Podcasts 📲 Download AMA Connect for news, podcasts, video updates and learning in one place: https://apple.co/3URzNES 💬 Connect with the AMA on social media: https://bit.ly/AMA_Social_Media
2/21/202432 minutes, 16 seconds
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Replay: Composing a rank-order list with James Docherty, DO

Dr. Docherty, now a practicing family medicine physician in New York, gives residency applicants his keys to making a comprehensive rank-order list. ✶✶✶✶  📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on YouTube: https://bit.ly/AMA_YouTubeChannel 🎥 Watch #AMAUpdate for the latest in health care news for physicians: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update 📝 Full transcripts of the show are available here: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update_Transcripts 📧 Subscribe to AMA Morning Rounds newsletter, with the news you need every morning delivered to your inbox: https://bit.ly/AMA-MorningRounds 🎧 Listen to our latest podcast episodes now: https://bit.ly/AMA_Podcasts 📲 Download AMA Connect for news, podcasts, video updates and learning in one place: https://apple.co/3URzNES 💬 Connect with the AMA on social media: https://bit.ly/AMA_Social_Media
2/14/202423 minutes, 19 seconds
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Meet Your Match | Balancing training and the Match with Meg Wolff, MD, MHPE

While M4s are focused on the next steps of their careers, they also have to hone the skills to be a skilled intern come summer. Dr. Meg Wolff, clinical professor in the department of emergency medicine and pediatrics at the University of Michigan Medical School, offers insight on how students can avoid getting too distracted by the Match process. ✶✶✶✶  📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on YouTube: https://bit.ly/AMA_YouTubeChannel 🎥 Watch #AMAUpdate for the latest in health care news for physicians: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update 📝 Full transcripts of the show are available here: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update_Transcripts 📧 Subscribe to AMA Morning Rounds newsletter, with the news you need every morning delivered to your inbox: https://bit.ly/AMA-MorningRounds 🎧 Listen to our latest podcast episodes now: https://bit.ly/AMA_Podcasts 📲 Download AMA Connect for news, podcasts, video updates and learning in one place: https://apple.co/3URzNES 💬 Connect with the AMA on social media: https://bit.ly/AMA_Social_Media
1/18/202414 minutes, 16 seconds
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The use of nerve cells to improve CHD post-surgery neurological deficits

Alice Chen, medical student at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences talks about her research submission for the AMA Research Challenge: Effect of Mesenchymal Stromal Cell Delivery Through Cardiopulmonary Bypass in a Piglet Model. Find her poster here: https://www.ama-assn.org/system/files/alice-chen-poster.pdf Learn more about the AMA Research Challenge here: https://www.ama-assn.org/about/events/ama-research-challenge-finals✶✶✶✶  📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on YouTube: https://bit.ly/AMA_YouTubeChannel 🎥 Watch #AMAUpdate for the latest in health care news for physicians: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update 📝 Full transcripts of the show are available here: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update_Transcripts 📧 Subscribe to AMA Morning Rounds newsletter, with the news you need every morning delivered to your inbox: https://bit.ly/AMA-MorningRounds 🎧 Listen to our latest podcast episodes now: https://bit.ly/AMA_Podcasts 📲 Download AMA Connect for news, podcasts, video updates and learning in one place: https://apple.co/3URzNES 💬 Connect with the AMA on social media: https://bit.ly/AMA_Social_Media
1/11/202411 minutes
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Developing an early diagnostic test for bile duct cancer

Jesse Kirkpatrick, a third year medical student at Harvard Medical School talks about his research in developing an early diagnostic test for cholangiocarcinoma, a rare cancer. Read his poster here: https://www.ama-assn.org/system/files/jesse-kirkpatrick-poster.pdf Learn more about the AMA research challenge: https://www.ama-assn.org/about/events/ama-research-challenge-finals✶✶✶✶  📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on YouTube: https://bit.ly/AMA_YouTubeChannel 🎥 Watch #AMAUpdate for the latest in health care news for physicians: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update 📝 Full transcripts of the show are available here: https://bit.ly/AMA_Update_Transcripts 📧 Subscribe to AMA Morning Rounds newsletter, with the news you need every morning delivered to your inbox: https://bit.ly/AMA-MorningRounds 🎧 Listen to our latest podcast episodes now: https://bit.ly/AMA_Podcasts 📲 Download AMA Connect for news, podcasts, video updates and learning in one place: https://apple.co/3URzNES 💬 Connect with the AMA on social media: https://bit.ly/AMA_Social_Media
1/5/202416 minutes, 47 seconds
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Improving non-clinical tasks using ML-enabled provider workflow

Cardiology fellow at the Texas Heart Institute, Matthew Segar, MD, MS talks about his research submission for the AMA Research Challenge: improving non-clinical tasks using a machine learning-enabled provider workflow. Find his poster here: https://www.ama-assn.org/system/files/matthew-segar-poster.pdf Learn more about the AMA Research Challenge here: https://www.ama-assn.org/about/events/ama-research-challenge-finals
12/15/202311 minutes, 39 seconds
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Using biomarkers to predict best treatment for major depressive disorder

Third-year medical student Jack Gomberg from Icahn School of Medicine Mount Sinai, shares about his research submission for the AMA Research Challenge, identifying white matter markers for treatment outcomes in major depressive disorder (MDD). Find his poster here: https://www.ama-assn.org/system/files/jack-gomberg-poster.pdf Learn more about the AMA Research Challenge here: https://www.ama-assn.org/about/events/ama-research-challenge-finals
12/8/202312 minutes, 48 seconds
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The effects of obstructive sleep apnea on respiration muscle systems

Srujith Medharamelta, a second year medical student at Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Midwestern University, talks about his research submission for this year's AMA Research Challenge. His poster is titled: Effects of Obesity on the Neuromuscular Junction of Genioglossus Muscle and Other Associated Muscles of Respiration. Learn more about the AMA Research Challenge here: https://www.ama-assn.org/about/events/ama-research-challenge-finals
12/1/202312 minutes, 1 second
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Replay: How to nail the virtual interview

Hilary Fairbrother, MD, has been interviewing residents for a decade. An associate professor and the vice chair of education at UT Health in Houston, she offers tips on standing out during residency interviews in the virtual format.
11/17/202337 minutes, 24 seconds
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Advice for your medical school journey with Bobby Mukkamala, MD

Bobby Mukkamala, MD, an otolaryngologist in Michigan joins today for the first of many “What I Wish I Knew in Medical School” conversations with physician leaders and medical experts. American Medical Association CXO Todd Unger hosts.
11/3/202313 minutes, 54 seconds
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The importance of preparing medical students for residency with John Andrews, MD

John Andrews, MD, vice president of GME Innovations at the AMA, joins to discuss the transition from undergraduate medical education to graduate medical education and how to prepare medical students for residency. Dr. Andrews points out the biggest pain points in the transition and the things incoming residents can do between medical school and residency to prepare to practice. 💻 Get more information on AMA's GME Competency Education Program (GCEP) at: https://bit.ly/AMAEdHub_GCEP 🎓 Access undergraduate medical education resources via AMA's UME Curricular Enrichment Program, here: https://bit.ly/AMAEdHub_UME 🧠 For more on AMA's work to accelerate change in medical education—or ChangeMedEd®️ Initiative, visit: https://bit.ly/AMA_ChangeMedEd 🩺 The AMA is your powerful ally in patient care. Join now: https://bit.ly/AMAJoinRenew
10/18/20238 minutes, 47 seconds
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Meet Your Match | Tips for osteopathic applicants with Isaac Kirstein, DO

While DO applicants are matching at a similar rate to MDs, there are a few intricacies to the process osteopathic medical students should keep top of mind.  Isaac Kirstein, DO, internist and dean at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine Cleveland is our guest on this episode.
9/20/202328 minutes, 22 seconds
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Meet Your Match | An IMG's guide to residency selection with Victor Kolade, MD

The application process and Match prospects are different for international medical graduates. IMG and veteran of the Match, Victor Kolade, MD, MS, FACP, offers a few tips and tricks for applicants. Find your IMG mentor with the AMA: https://www.ama-assn.org/education/international-medical-education/international-medical-graduates-img-toolkit-mentorship
9/14/202334 minutes, 1 second
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Meet Your Match | The do's and don'ts of dual applying with Deena Kishawi, MD

It isn't uncommon for residency applicants to rank more than one specialty. A former dual applicant and current ob-gyn resident at Ascension Saint Joseph Hospital-Chicago, Deena Kishawi, MD, gives advice on how it can be done effectively.
8/25/202321 minutes, 56 seconds
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Meet Your Match | A realistic approach to applying with Deborah Spitz, MD

As aspiring residents narrow options, how should one get a comprehensive view of the strength of their residency application? Deborah Spitz, MD, who directs residency training in the department of psychiatry and behavioral neuroscience at University of Chicago Medicine, offers her thoughts on a realistic approach to both choosing a specialty and which programs to apply to.
7/21/202333 minutes, 36 seconds
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Meet Your Match | Getting standout letters of recommendation with Suzanne Allen, MD

For future physicians approaching residency selection, letters of recommendation can be a vital part of application packets. Suzanne Allen, MD, MPH—vice dean for academic, rural and regional affairs at the University of Washington School of Medicine—offers tips on picking the best letter writers.
7/10/202335 minutes, 24 seconds
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Meet Your Match | Finalizing your specialty choice, with Kathleen Kashima, PhD

Finalizing one's specialty choice is a key step before residency application season. Kathleen Kashima, PhD, senior associate dean of students at the University of Illinois College of Medicine offers vital guidance on that crucial decision. Webinar: https://aamc.elevate.commpartners.com/products/aamcama-t2r-tools-for-a-successful-residency-application-for-2024-residency-applicants-us-md-do-and-imgs-may-22#tab-product_tab_overview
6/16/202326 minutes, 40 seconds
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Meet Your Match | Making the most of away rotations with Kelly Krase, MD

Kelli E. Krase, MD, director of the obstetrics and gynecology residency at the University of Kansas Medical Center offers tips to help visiting students thrive clinically and stand out to potential future colleagues during away rotations.
6/2/202326 minutes, 6 seconds
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DO vs MD: osteopathic or allopathic medical school with Ilse Levin, DO

We want to hear from medical students! Record and submit your questions to help inform future “What I Wish I Knew in Medical School” episodes here: https://bit.ly/3CweAJ1 Special "What I Wish I Knew In Medical School" segment discussing the rewards and challenges of becoming and being a DO with Ilse Levin, DO, an AMA Trustee and a board-certified internist and epidemiologist, as well as a hospital-based physician for the Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group in Silver Spring, Md. American Medical Association CXO Todd Unger hosts.
5/11/202312 minutes
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Doctor Mike hosts the AMA Tribute to the Medical School Class of 2023

Tune in on AMA's YouTube channel May 21st at 7:00 PM CT for inspiring messages and advice from Anthony Fauci, MD, Ashish Jha, MD, MPH, Rochelle Walensky, MD, MPH, Robert Califf, MD, and more as we celebrate the nation’s newest medical graduates. Subscribe now.
5/3/202326 seconds
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Class of 2023 Main Residency Match results: data and trends with NRMP's Donna Lamb, DHSc

National Resident Matching Program's Donna L. Lamb, DHSc, breaks down the numbers from this year's residency Match. Discussing Match rates, changes by specialty, SOAP results, and what's in store for Class of 2024 Match Day. American Medical Association CXO Todd Unger hosts.
4/4/202314 minutes, 1 second
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Meet Your Match | Your post-Match Day checklist with John Andrews, MD

John Andrews, MD, has decades of experience working in residency programs. Currently the AMA's vice president for GME innovations, he offers tips to freshly matched residents-to-be on how to ease their transition to the next level of their training.
3/20/202318 minutes, 18 seconds
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Meet Your Match: What to do when you don’t Match with Chhavi Chaudhary, MD

Chhavi Chaudhary, MD, didn’t Match through the traditional channel or SOAP. Now a first-year fellow in the child and adolescent psychiatry division at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, she offers insight on coping with not matching and how unmatched applicants can find a position.
3/3/202325 minutes, 28 seconds
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Meet Your Match | Maintaining wellness during the long wait with Chantal Young, PhD

Chantal Young, PhD, shares what to do to maintain wellness and minimize stress after you submit your rank-order list and wait for Match Week. Young—director of the office of well-being at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California (USC)—also dives into some coping mechanism for those who don't match.
2/20/202326 minutes, 33 seconds
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Meet Your Match | Composing a rank-order list with James Docherty, DO

Dr. Docherty, a family medicine resident at United Health Services in Binghamton, New York, gives residency applicants his keys to making a comprehensive rank-order list.
1/25/202323 minutes, 36 seconds
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Meet Your Match | Navigating the Couples Match with Drs. Pesce and Temel

Our guests doctors Michaela Pesce, MD and Brandon Temel, MD—share their advice for and experience going through the Couple’s Match. Dr. Pesce is a first-year obstetrics and gynecology resident and Dr. Brandon Temel is a first-year internal medicine resident. 
1/18/202317 minutes, 49 seconds
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Promoting financial literacy in minority first-generation medical students

The financial reality of attending medical school can be particularly jarring for students from historically marginalized racial and ethnic groups who represent the first in their family to attend medical school. In this episode, first-generation medical students cover topics around financial literacy, debt management, different types of loans and repayment plans, building generational wealth, types of retirement plans, and more in an effort to financially empower medical students. Guests include: Sanjay Sharma, MD, MS, MBA; Michael Sweeney, MD, MBA, and Kabir Grewal, a medical student at the Florida State University and president of an organization at FSU that that educates med students about financial literacy and health care economics.
1/12/202329 minutes, 27 seconds
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Meet Your Match | What to do after your residency interview, with Chadd Kraus, DO, DrPH, CPE, FACEP

Associate program director of the emergency medicine residency at Geisinger Medical Center, Chadd Kraus, DO, DrPH, CPE, FACEP, offers tips on follow-up etiquette and how to gather information after a residency interview.
12/15/202226 minutes, 16 seconds
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Validating a genetic biomarker tied to miscarriages, 2022 AMA Research Challenge

Leelabati Biswas, an MD/PhD candidate at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, shares about her research: Decoding Pregnancy Loss, Validating a Novel Genetic Biomarker of Poor Egg Quality. The AMA Research Challenge is the largest national, multi-specialty research event for medical students, residents and fellows, and international medical graduates to showcase and present research. Learn more by visiting: https://www.ama-assn.org/about/events/ama-research-challenge
11/30/202221 minutes, 7 seconds
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AI-powered, early detection of pancreatic cancer, 2022 AMA Research Challenge

Garima Suman, MD, discusses her research on early detection of pancreatic cancer using artificial intelligence. Dr. Suman is a radiologist and clinical fellow at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. The AMA Research Challenge is the largest national, multi-specialty research event for medical students, residents and fellows, and international medical graduates to showcase and present research. Learn more by visiting: https://www.ama-assn.org/about/events/ama-research-challenge
11/29/202211 minutes, 50 seconds
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Radiation versus wedge resection treatment for lung cancer, 2022 AMA Research Challenge

Second year medical student at Harvard Medical School, Arian Mansur, discusses his research on two different treatment types for lung cancer. The AMA Research Challenge is the largest national, multi-specialty research event for medical students, residents and fellows, and international medical graduates to showcase and present research. Learn more by visiting: https://www.ama-assn.org/about/events/ama-research-challenge
11/25/202212 minutes, 23 seconds
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Treatment efficacy research of neuroblastoma tumors in children, 2022 AMA Research Challenge

AMA Research Challenge finalist, Kanita Chaudry shares her research on the efficacy of a treatment for neuroblastoma cancer tumors in children. Kanita Chaudhry is an MD/PhD candidate at University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. The AMA Research Challenge is the largest national, multi-specialty research event for medical students, residents and fellows, and international medical graduates to showcase and present research. Learn more by visiting: https://www.ama-assn.org/about/events/ama-research-challenge
11/22/202213 minutes, 37 seconds
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Audiovisual feedback device to improve manual ventilation, 2022 AMA Research Challenge

Medical student at Louisiana State University Health Shreveport, Ben Maxey, discusses his research on audiovisual feedback from a handheld monitoring device that improves manual ventilation. The AMA Research Challenge is the largest national, multi-specialty research event for medical students, residents and fellows, and international medical graduates to showcase and present research. Learn more by visiting: https://www.ama-assn.org/about/events/ama-research-challenge
11/18/202211 minutes, 49 seconds
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Meet Your Match | Assuaging interview-season angst, with Ami DeWaters, MD

Ami DeWaters, MD, an internist at Penn State, offers residency applicants advice on what to do if you aren't getting enough interviews and how to stay grounded during interview season.
11/15/202219 minutes, 21 seconds
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Meet Your Match | How to nail the virtual interview

Hilary Fairbrother, MD, has been interviewing residents for a decade. An associate professor and the vice chair of education at UT Health in Houston, she offers tips on standing out during residency interviews in the virtual format.
10/28/202237 minutes, 24 seconds
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Meet Your Match | Assessing program culture during virtual residency interviews

Alison Schmidt, MD, a current intern who went through residency selection virtually, offers advice on how applicants can get a feel for program culture during virtual residency interviews. Dr. Schmidt is a first-year obstetrics and gynecology resident at Michigan Medicine.
10/12/202216 minutes, 16 seconds
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Meet Your Match | Managing Interview Invites with Liz Southworth, MD.

Residency interview invites often come at a heavily clinical period of medical school. In this episode, AMA News senior writer Brendan Murphy, is joined by Liz Southworth, MD, a third-year obstetrics and gynecology resident at Michigan Medicine, to discuss how to manage interview invites, what to do if you don't get enough of them and how to prioritize your opportunities.
9/28/202223 minutes, 45 seconds
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Finding the best medical residency program for you with Maya Hammoud, MD, MBA

Residency applicants start submitting MyERAS applications to programs on September 7th. Maya Hammoud, MD, an OB/GYN professor and Associate Chair of Education at the University of Michigan Medical School, discusses residency selection and how a new tool can help medical students find a residency program that best fits them. American Medical Association CXO Todd Unger hosts. Specialties interested in collaborating on a residency program Alignment Check Index (ACI) tool can email [email protected] for more information. To access FREIDA™ Alignment Check Index (ACI) tool, visit: https://freida.ama-assn.org/residency-alignment
9/2/202216 minutes, 23 seconds
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Meet Your Match | Perfecting your application packet with dean Mark C. Meyer, MD

From letters of recommendation to your CV, what does a complete residency application packet entail and where might students trip up?  In this episode, AMA senior news writer Brendan Murphy talks with Mark C. Meyer, MD, senior associate dean for student affairs at the University of Kansas School of Medicine, about mistakes to avoid and ways you can take your application to the next level. Get more from the interview -- read the article Brendan mentions, here: https://www.ama-assn.org/medical-students/preparing-residency/do-s-and-don-ts-cv-writing-residency-applicants
8/31/202229 minutes, 48 seconds
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Three physicians discuss the history of experimentation and medical abuse and implications for today

In this episode, AMA Medical Student Section member and co-chair to the Minority Issues Committee, Joshua Carrasco, leads a panel of physicians through discussion on the history of racism, experimentation, and malpractice in medicine, as well as the long term implications of these violations of the Hippocratic oath. Our physician panelists are Michael Knight, MD, MSPH, Luis Seija, MD, and John Paul Sánchez MD, MPH. Knowing this history will hopefully bring enlightenment provide valuable insight to better empathize, listen, and advocate for patient concerns.
8/26/202225 minutes, 4 seconds
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Bridging the Gap for Unhoused People: Medical Respite Care Programs

Medical respite programs care for unhoused people who are not sick enough for inpatient care but are too sick to return to a shelter or the streets. Hear from our experts David Munson, MD, David Woody, PhD, Barbara DiPietro, PhD, about how these lifesaving programs improve health while protecting our healthcare system and how medical students can make an impact. This episode was moderated by Shad Yasin, medical student at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and member of the Committee on Legislation and Advocacy.
8/16/202227 minutes, 53 seconds
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NHSC student loan repayment and scholarship programs with Dr. Luis Padilla

AMA CXO Todd Unger discusses loan repayment and scholarship programs that provide financial incentives to recruit and retain primary care medical students and working health professionals in exchange for their service in communities in need with Dr. Luis Padilla, associate administrator of the Bureau of Health Workforce.
6/17/20229 minutes, 31 seconds
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Medical student leadership shapes the future of medicine with Haidn Foster, MD

AMA CXO Todd Unger discusses the AMA Medical Student Section’s 50th anniversary and how medical students can get involved and help shape the future of medicine with Haidn Foster, MD, chair of the AMA Medical Student Section, and now a resident physician at Penn State Health in Hershey, Pa. For more information on the AMA Medical Student Section, visit: ama-assn.org/mss-50
6/9/202214 minutes, 31 seconds
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Ritu Agarwal, PhD, and CHIDS founding director on shaping health IT research, education and outreach

Our guest Ritu Agarwal, PhD, and Robert H. Smith Dean’s Chair of Information Systems and founding director of the school’s Center for Health Information and Decision Systems (CHIDS) discusses using digital technology, analytics, and AI to educate the next generation of health IT researchers and executives and leaders. This episode is part of a Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Kristofer Jackson, Medical student at the University of Toledo College of Medicine.
3/23/202225 minutes, 29 seconds
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Digital health ventures to "serve the patient and serve the provider"

Aaron Martin shares his experience launching digital platforms that help manage patient care. Aaron Martin serves as executive vice president, chief digital officer at Providence and is managing general partner of Providence Ventures. This episode is part of the Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Skyler Burke, medical student at the Washington State University College of Medicine.
3/9/202221 minutes, 27 seconds
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What to do if you don't Match with AMA's chief academic officer

Looking for more Match advice? Applicants can also participant in a special AMA webinar: "I Didn’t Match, Now What?" on March 23, 6 p.m. Central time. Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_goYou7PAQQi7HOc-Br6zZw Also watch the “AMA’s Road to Residency” video series to learn more about what to do if you don’t match here: https://www.ama-assn.org/series/road-residency
3/8/202220 minutes, 25 seconds
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Brian Clay, MD, on how managing COVID-19 "crystalized" operations for data and telehealth at UCSD

Brian Clay, MD. internal physician and a chief medical information officer at University of California San Diego shares his experience with clinical informatics including interoperability, open notes for patients, data literacy and more. This episode is part of the Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Shivani Bhatnagar, medical student at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine.
3/2/202229 minutes, 1 second
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Open, accessible data is key to involving patients in their own health

Dr. Shuhan He, emergency medicine physician and instructor at the lab of computer science at Mass General, talks about his research and focus on use of data to help patients take interest in their own health. This episode is part of the Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Shivani Bhatnagar, medical student at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine.
2/23/202230 minutes, 31 seconds
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Rank order list: Tips to master Match Day with Leanne Chrisman-Khawam, MD, MEd

AMA CXO Todd Unger talks with Leanne Chrisman-Khawam, MD, MEd, an assistant professor of social medicine and director of the Transformative Care Continuum program at Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in Cleveland, who shares advice for medical students on their rank order lists in preparation for this year’s Main Residency Match.
2/21/202215 minutes, 18 seconds
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Eric D. Perakslis, PhD on health data privacy: the good, the bad, the ugly

Chief science and digital officer at the Duke Clinical Research Institute Eric Perakslis, PhD, tackles issues in health data privacy in the attention economy, telehealth in the pandemic age, and more. This episode is part of the Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Shivani Bhatnagar, medical student at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine.
2/16/202225 minutes, 24 seconds
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How do we measure quality of care? A conversation on EHRs and research, with A.J. Holmgren, PhD.

A.J. Holmgren, PhD, an assistant professor in the department of medicine at UC San Francisco, discusses EHR quality measurement, quality of care and patient outcomes. This episode is part of the Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Kristofer Jackson, medical student at the University of Toledo College of Medicine.
2/9/202226 minutes, 16 seconds
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It takes a village: the transition to electronic health records with Sally L. Baxter, MD, MSc.

Physician scientist in comprehensive ophthalmology, biomedical and clinical informatics expert, Sally L. Baxter, MD, MSc, talks about shifting to digital health records in ophthalmology, note bloat, physician burnout, and more.
1/19/202228 minutes, 6 seconds
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Exploring the ethics of algorithmic bias in artificial intelligence

Sara Gerke, assistant professor of law at the Penn State University Dickinson School of Law, talks about the ethical and legal challenges of artificial intelligence and use of big data in health care.
1/12/202223 minutes, 39 seconds
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Taking control of your financial wellbeing

Ready to jumpstart your 2022 savings goals? It’s never too late to plan for your future. In this episode with Dr. Bukky Ajagbe Akingbola and Laurel Road’s Chief Experience Officer, Alyssa Schaeffer, we discuss simple strategies to help AMA Members reach their savings goals and get on the road to financial peace of mind. 
12/28/202124 minutes, 13 seconds
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Using health care technology to empower patients

Ann Marie Navar, MD on working with EHRs and the value of data in improving patient access to care. This episode is part of a Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Chair Matthew Swanson, medical student at the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine.
12/15/202118 minutes, 33 seconds
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YouTube tackling health misinformation

Garth Graham, MD, MPH, a cardiologist and director and global head of healthcare and public health partnerships at YouTube discusses what the online platform is doing to combat misinformation. Host: Adrian Falco Guest: Dr. Garth Graham, director and global head of healthcare and public health partnerships at YouTube. A cardiologist, researcher and public health expert, Dr. Graham previously served in two US administrations as Deputy assistant secretary at the United States Department of Health and Human services
12/8/202122 minutes, 37 seconds
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Lung disease among e-cigarette users, 2021 AMA Research Challenge finalist

Resident candidate, IMG, and AMA Research Challenge finalist Dr. Naga Ganti discusses her research on the prevalence of lung disease among e-cigarettes users, especially given that more than 2 million US youth use e-cigarettes. Poster: Epidemiology and prevalence of lung disease amongst e-cigarette users in the USA - a national study (Clinical and Transitional Research)
12/3/20219 minutes, 26 seconds
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Increasing socioeconomic diversity, 2021 AMA Research Challenge finalist

First-year resident at Mass General Hospital and AMA Research Challenge finalist Dr. Anastasia Piersa shares her research on understanding gaps in socioeconomic diversity among med students, including definitions and application flags in place by institutions. Poster: How do Medical School Experiences Differ between Students from Low- vs. Higher SES Backgrounds? A Multicenter U.S. Survey Study (Medical Education Innovation)
12/2/202115 minutes, 26 seconds
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Transforming medical education around trauma-informed care, 2021 AMA Research Challenge finalist

Priya Shah, fourth-year medical student at Harvard and AMA Research Challenge finalist, discusses her passion for transforming medical education and the curriculum she developed, based on her research, to improve trauma-informed care.  Poster: Trauma-Informed Care in Pediatrics: An Interactive Module for Clerkship Students (Medical Education Innovation) 
12/1/202116 minutes
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Exploring socio-economic diversity among med students, 2021 AMA Research Challenge finalist

Fourth-year medical student at the University of Minnesota medical school and AMA Research Challenge finalist Arman Shahriar, dives into his research on socio-economic diversity among medical students in the US and his vision for the future of health care.  Poster: Socioeconomic Diversity of Matriculating U.S. Medical Students by Race and Ethnicity, From 2017 to 2019 (Medical Education Innovation) 
11/30/202110 minutes, 43 seconds
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Genomic adaptation, 2021 AMA Research Challenge finalist

Marielisa Cabrera Sánchez, second-year medical student at Puerto Rico School of Medicine and AMA Research Challenge finalist, shares about her early enthusiasm for understanding microbes and infectious diseases, as well as how COVID-19 has impacted her research in genomic adaptation.   Poster: Genomic Adaptation of Moraxella catarrhalis During Persistence in the Airways of COPD patients
11/29/202117 minutes, 22 seconds
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Dr. Wescott shares insight on how to be a better ally

Siobhan Wescott, MD, Director of American Indian Health Program, talks about facing prejudice and navigating power differentials during med school and residency.
11/19/202122 minutes, 50 seconds
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Boards and Beyond and medical education in a virtual era, a conversation with Dr. Ryan

Jason Ryan, MD, MPH, founder and CEO of Boards and Beyond talks about the unexpected turns of his career, what's next for medical education given the virtual era of the pandemic, and how Boards and Beyond got started.
10/27/202110 minutes
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Life on the Line: Young doctors come of age in a pandemic

Life on the Line: Young Doctors Come of Age in a Pandemic
10/26/202146 minutes, 6 seconds
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Growing pains of medicine in a digital age

Author and physician Robert "Bob" Wachter, MD discusses social media misinformation and his book, The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype, and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine’s Computer Age. This episode is part of a Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Maddie Drake, medical student at McGovern Medical School at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.
10/20/202122 minutes, 5 seconds
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The real estate market & student loans: Hot topics in a changing landscape

Experts address the most relevant topics in the news today and answer HCP’s questions around the current real-estate market and federal student loan forbearance. We explore strategies and solutions including LR’s physician mortgage and historically low private-loan refinancing rates.
10/14/202118 minutes, 22 seconds
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Erika Augustine, MD, MS on pivoting research for rare disease patients during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond

Dr. Erika Augustine, MD, MS, shares about research challenges during the pandemic and how remote patient monitoring continues to evolve to provide patient access and safety. Dr. Augustine is associate chief science officer and director of the clinical trials unit at Kennedy Krieger Institute. This episode is part of a Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Kristofer Jackson, medical student at the University of Toledo College of Medicine.
10/13/202119 minutes, 19 seconds
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Bringing the trial to the patient, Vera David, MD weighs in

Vera David, MD talks about the shift to decentralized clinical trials during the COVID-19 pandemic and the benefits of patient access and safety. This episode is part of a Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Kristofer Jackson, medical student at the University of Toledo College of Medicine.
10/6/202114 minutes, 16 seconds
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Shipra Arya, MD SM FACS on the concept of frailty and the future of mobile health

9/29/202116 minutes, 25 seconds
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How far can a patient walk with a cardiac stent? Exploring disease burden with Oliver Aalami, M.D.

Vascular surgeon Oliver Aalami, M.D. discusses his research in clinical validation devices, algorithms from step-count data, and health data accessibility for patients. This episode is part of a Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Kristofer Jackson, medical student at the University of Toledo College of Medicine.
9/22/202127 minutes, 3 seconds
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Megan Ranney, M.D., MPH, on digital health innovations and COVID-19 misinformation during the pandemic

Emergency medicine physician, the associate dean of strategy and innovation for the School of Health at Brown and the founding director of the Brown Lifespan Center for Digital Health, Dr. Megan Ranney, shares her experience with ever-changing digital health technology innovations and how med students can help combat misinformation on social media. This episode is part of a health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Chair Matthew Swanson, medical student at the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine.
9/15/202116 minutes, 38 seconds
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Using block-chain technology to drive solutions in the digital health care landscape

John Bass, founder and CEO of Hashed Health, discusses the use of block-chain technology as a foundation for building healthcare technology solutions to improve both physician and patient experience. This episode is part of a Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Chair Matthew Swanson, medical student at the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine
9/8/202122 minutes, 55 seconds
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Ted Melnick, MD, MHS on his research to improve the telehealth user experience

Associate professor for emergency medicine and biostatistics at Yale, Dr. Ted Melnick, discusses his research in EHR usability to improve healthcare quality and delivery. This episode is part of a Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Kristofer Jackson, Medical student at the University of Toledo College of Medicine.
9/1/202117 minutes, 40 seconds
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Data expert and engineer Nitesh Chawla, PhD, shares his perspective on using data for common good

In this episode, Dr. Nitesh Chawla, Frank Freimann professor of computer science and engineering at University of Notre Dame, an expert in data science, artificial intelligence, and network science, shares his perspectives on the use of health data for common good and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on health IT. This episode is part of a health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Chair Matthew Swanson, medical student at the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine.
8/25/202119 minutes, 13 seconds
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Leveraging health IT and data to understand patient outcomes with Joseph Ross, MD, MHS

Dr. Joseph Ross gives us a glimpse of his research work exploring the regulation of medical devices and pharmaceuticals to understand and improve patient outcomes. This episode is part of a Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Chair Matthew Swanson, medical student at the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine.
8/18/20218 minutes, 29 seconds
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Life sciences attorney discusses health technology patenting and strategizing

Dr. Katherine Rubino, intellectual property lawyer, from Caldwell Intellectual Property Law talks about intersections of technology and health care, including artificial intelligence, biotechnology, and patient privacy. This episode is part of a Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Kristofer Jackson, Medical student at the University of Toledo College of Medicine.
8/4/202111 minutes, 29 seconds
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Outside the box: Creative use of big data in medical research

Physician economist Dr. Anupam Jena shares about his experience with the creative use of data in medical research. This episode is part of a Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by Chair Matthew Swanson, medical student at the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine.
7/22/202115 minutes, 48 seconds
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Surgeon discusses advancing technology to increase transparency in health care

Surgeon, professor, and author Dr. Marty Makary discusses accountability in health care and how technological advances are changing the way physicians practice medicine and empower patients. This episode is part of a Health IT series by the AMA-MSS Committee on Health Information Technology, hosted by CHIT Chair Matthew Swanson, medical student at the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine.
7/7/202115 minutes, 33 seconds
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USMLE study aid: An introduction to health systems science

AMA Accelerating Change in Medical Education Consortium has collaborated with the “InsideTheBoards” podcast to bring medical students USMLE study aid. In this episode of the series, Dr. Maya Hammoud gives an overview of health systems science and discusses its growing importance due to COVID-19. Dr. Hammoud is senior advisor for Medical Education Innovations at the AMA. Listen to the full series at insidetheboards.com/hss
3/18/202133 minutes, 55 seconds
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Developing a culture of wellness during medical school

Burnout isn’t just an issue for physicians; it impacts students and residents, too. And it isn’t just an individual problem; it’s systematic. In this episode, John P. Fogarty, M.D., dean of the Florida State University College of Medicine, shares how a tragic event led to a wellness-promoting culture.  
7/16/201920 minutes, 9 seconds
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Student loans, pt 4: Utilizing debt efficiently and finding the best repayment option

The number of debt repayment options can feel over overwhelming. How do you choose the best one? In this episode, Laurel Road’s Alex Macielak and anesthesia fellow Chirag Shah, M.D., discuss how to utilize your debt efficiently and find the best repayment option.
5/14/201911 minutes
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Student loans, pt 3: What to know before you sign

Consolidation. Refinancing. Deferment. Forbearance. These are just a few of the things you should be knowledgeable about and consider before you sign to take out loans. In this episode, Laurel Road’s Alex Macielak and anesthesia fellow Chirag Shah, M.D., shed light on items to know before putting pen to paper.
5/7/201920 minutes, 7 seconds
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Student loans, pt 2: Federal repayment vs. Private re-financing

What’s the difference between federal repayment versus private refinancing, and which option makes most sense for you? In this episode, Laurel Road’s Alex Macielak and anesthesia fellow Chirag Shah, M.D., aim to answer those questions by diving into both approaches.
4/30/201919 minutes, 20 seconds
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Student loans, pt 1: Overview of student debt and how to improve your credit score

When it comes to student debt, you’re far from alone. In this episode, Laurel Road’s Alex Macielak and anesthesia fellow Chirag Shah, M.D. review the state of student debt in the U.S., as well as a look at how to improve your credit score.
4/23/201916 minutes, 50 seconds
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Contracting, pt 6: Interviews and Negotiations: What To Do (and avoid)

It’s not about wearing red vs. wearing blue: interviewing and negotiating your first contract involves a lot of steps. Wes Cleveland walks you through what to do.
10/16/201813 minutes, 55 seconds
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Contracting, pt 5: Duties and Liability Insurance

You may not know it, but you can negotiate your duties as part of your employment contract. And don’t forget to think about liability insurance! Wes Cleveland provides the details.
10/9/201810 minutes, 21 seconds
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Contracting, pt 4: Restrictive Covenants and Termination Clauses

Do you know how restrictive covenants can affect your new job? Your employer does. In this episode, Wes Cleveland covers what you need to know.
10/2/201819 minutes, 11 seconds
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Contracting, pt 3: Compensation

It’s all about money. Or is it? Wes Cleveland describes what to look for in compensation and benefit packages.
9/25/201814 minutes, 21 seconds
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Contracting, pt 2: Letters of Intent

What are letters of intent? And when should you retain an attorney during the contracting process? Wes Cleveland shares his thoughts.
9/18/201817 minutes, 52 seconds
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Contracting, pt 1: Know Before You Sign

In this episode, AMA senior attorney Wes Cleveland provides tips on what to consider before you begin the contracting process.
8/31/201824 minutes, 25 seconds