An introductory podcast to History & Physical: The Official Medical Student Podcast of in-Training, hosted by Kevin Wang, Roheet Kakaday and Amol Utrankar.
Remember that project I was telling you folks about? Well, here it is! I’m doing a brand new bi-monthly podcast with kvnwng and amolutrankar where we interview some of the more innovative thinkers in the medical field. Everyone from ZDoggMD to Tumblr’s own Dr. cranquis to Danielle Ofri and more! I’m stoked to hear what you guys think.
Sounds like something you all would find interesting — get on it!
(I heard they’re also interviewing my Medblr partner [in HOAXES] wayfaringmd)
Yesh, coming soon to a podcast near you…
I’m incredibly proud to even have known thebiopsy and amolutrankar in person. The podcast was an idea I had back in May as a way to talk with interesting people in medicine. Of course, no one wants to just hear one person talking and the administrative tasks of hosting and creating an RSS feed and creating an audience were such a hassle that I knew I needed partners. Enter Ajay and Aleena, the great editors-in-chief of intrainingdoc who generously offered to host much of our ramblings! I initially imagined Roheet and Amol as guests, but they’ve become fantastic co-hosts and great friends over the past few months.
Over the course of this podcast, we’ll be using it as an opportunity to interview physicians and people in medicine that inspire us, including ZDoggMD, cranquis, wayfaringmd, mediiolab, and Danielle Ofri, but we also have topics we’d love to talk about including informatics, patient safety, and the medical humanities. We also are excited to talk to jayparkinsonmd at sherpaa sometime in the future!
But we don’t want to be selfish! if there’s anything you’d like to hear or if you want to do a live roundtable/Q&A session, PLEASE let us know! YOU are the audience and #medblr has been a massive inspiration for community (also why I started Medella News).
So if there’s someone you wish you could hear from, than let us know. No one is too far out of reach for this amazing team. We only hope to keep on getting better and improve the quality of our offerings.
In the meantime, we’d really value if you subscribed on iTunes and left us a five star rating, or sent us feedback to our tumblr and twitter accounts!