Understanding Fertility treatments and Reproductive Ethics with Dr. Gwendolynn Quinn

Today, we talk with Dr. Gwen Quinn, the Livia Wan M.D. Endowed Chair and Vice-Chair of Research in Obstetrics and Gynecology and Professor in the departments of Population Health and the Center for Medical Ethics at NYU School of Medicine. She is the chair of the departments promotion and tenure committee. Dr. Quinn received her […]

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Discussing Death and Dying in Medicine

On this episode of Vital Signs, Varun and I talk about the book When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi as well as our personal experiences up close and personal with death and dying. ————————– Hi ~ I’m Shree, a rising medical student who likes to make videos about lifestyle, medical school, and fashion, and […]

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Starting Medical School, Compassion Tests, and Cynicism in Healthcare

A new co-host, Varun, and I talk about our experiences in our medical school program, compassion tests, and medical education. Email us at contact@commonsensemedic.com if you have any questions, comments, or concerns! Articles discussed in this episode: https://news.aamc.org/medical-education/article/med-school-3-years-future-medical-education/?fbclid=IwAR0YHj28mmIVMoUnK1O7cf15W3ag0b0TJk2cgPRGmcY2wcs5HinirPzttzo Oregon Medical Students Face Tough Test: Talking About Dying Our medical training has been outsourced

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Talking about teeth with Dr. Joyce Kahng

On the podcast today, I interview Dr. Joyce Kahng, a dentist practicing in Costa Mesa, California. She teaches classes in dentistry at USC and also owns a private practice called Orange + Magnolia dentistry studio. We open up with how she got interested in dentistry, to be like her mom. She didn’t really know what she wanted […]

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#44 Dr. Andrea Tooley

Today, I had the great pleasure of talking to Dr. Andrea Tooley. She is a fellow in ophthalmic plastic surgery in New York City. She is active on Instagram with the handle @dr.andreatooley. We were able to talk about how she got interested in ophthalmology, her struggles in medical school, and how she was able […]

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