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Checking the Pulse: Podcast for Medical Students
Checking The Pulse medical school podcast offers endless topics, including the RUSM school program review, application process, and much more. Listen now to one of the best podcasts for medical students! For students interested in medical school, the list contains several premed podcasts, too.
Episode 1 "MD Program Introduction" Welcome to Ross University School of Medicine! In this medical school podcast episode is an introduction to our MD program, covering who we are, our timeline, location, curriculum, rotations and outcomes, like board pass rates and residency matches.
This premed podcast focuses on the Medical Education Readiness Program (MERP) is a 15-week medical school preparatory program focused on preparing premed students for success in medical school.
In this premed podcast episode, one of our Assistant Director of Admissions describes the application process from submitting your application, to getting the final decision and the support throughout the transition. We talk about pre-requisites, GPA, MCAT and term starts.
Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! In this medical school podcast episode, two current students and officers of the Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA) share their experiences during the MD program.
This premed podcast podcast episode is entirely dedicated to our Canadian applicants! Meet the Director of Admissions in Canada, Tom Harkness, who covers the differences in the application process, interviews, campus life for Canadian students, clinical rotations and the differences in applying for the US and Canadian residency programs.
The Access and Inclusion in Medicine (AIM) Scholars Program focuses on increasing the number of students from diverse backgrounds, to be successful medical graduates. In this episode, we talk about our partnership with HBCUs and HSIs.
MD or DO? In this medical school podcast episode, one of our grads discusses the differences and similarities between a Medical Doctor and a Doctor of Osteopathy, and why she chose her path.
The Lone Star state! But you are not alone with us! 355 alumni already practicing in TX. In this episode, our Associate Director of Admissions and an alumna in TX share their insights.
RUSM continues to strive for a just and inclusive environment for students and staff, free from racism, discrimination, prejudice, injustice, disparities and inequities. In this episode, you will hear about our Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce, our institutional commitment, its impact on the curriculum, and steps to ensure the initiative stays strong.
Do you ever wonder what you would do in case of an emergency? In this med school podcast episode, two current RUSM students talk about how the ABCs they learned early on in their medical training saved a life during what was just an ordinary day at the gym.
In this medical school podcast episode, we focus on Student Support Services - a team dedicated to student success. They oversee academic advising, mentoring, wellness and counseling, student finance, student organizations and many other aspects of campus life.
Academic support is a major focus at Ross University School of Medicine. In this medical school podcast episode, we talk about the Academy for Teaching and Learning (ATL) and all the activities they offer, such as pre-matriculation courses, workshops, one-on-one coaching, mind/body/medicine, peer tutoring and the cognitive skills program.
We often get asked about student engagement and campus life while living in Barbados. In this episode, we hear more about our Office of Student Affairs from the time students arrive at the airport, through events, clubs and community connections.
Medical school can be a stressful time for the students. In this episode, Dr Maureen Hall talks about how the Academy for Teaching and Learning supports the students through stress and anxiety.
Burnout in medicine is not a new concept. It can start in medical school and directly impact the students physical and mental health, as well as their academics. In this episode, we hear about some of the initiatives Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) offers to help students avoid burnout.
Wellness and self-care are essential for your success in medical school. At Ross University, we have a team of professionals dedicated to our students’ health and support. In this episode, Dr. Shannon Evans joins me for a conversation about RUSM’s Wellness and Counseling Center.
Preparing for medical school in the Caribbean is an exciting moment in the accepted students’ lives. It can also be a bit nerve-racking. Dr. Kimberly Brown, emergency physician, public health professional, blogger and best-selling author shares some tips on how to prepare ahead of time.
The personal interview is an important part of the application process at RUSM, where we get to learn a bit more about the applicants. Every year, we conduct approximately 2200 interviews. Regional Director for the East Region, Jeff Weisberger, shares some advice on how to crush your med school interview.
Sports medicine is a specialty that focuses on physical fitness, treatment and prevention of injuries related to sports and exercise. In this episode, we chat with Dr. Irvin Sulapas about his experience as a Sports Medicine Doc.
Plastic surgery is a highly competitive surgical specialty. It can be a reconstruction or an alteration of the body, for the purpose of rebuilding or improving a function, or cosmetic for improving physical appearance. Dr. Sola Fasusi, class of 2010, shares his experiences preparing for the MCAT, studying for med school and his residency training.
The Canadian Student Association at RUSM creates a home-away from home, supporting the Canadian students, and connecting them through events, shared values and experiences. Prime Minister and Secretary of the organization, Future Drs Radhika Bassi and Gurjot Ravi share their experiences as current students.
Hematopathology or hemopathology is the study of diseases and disorders in blood cells, that affect their production, and any organs and tissues. This is a subspecialty of pathology that focuses on cancerous and non-cancerous conditions. In this episode Fellow Physician and RUSM alumnus Olumide Odeyemi shares his journey through his medical education.
The path to receiving your medical degree at Ross is exactly the same as those of US medical schools. Upon completion of the USMLEs, Ross students receive their MD degree and embark on a new path—residency! In this episode, Future Doctors Alyson Morgan and Kayla Blanchard talk about how Residency MATCH works and their personal experience.
This week we continue to celebrate our graduates' success in Residency!! During the Residency MATCH process, applicants can apply as individuals or as a couple. Applying as a couple allows them to connect their rank order lists so they can match in the same geographic location. In this episode, Dr Yasmine Bargoti Gosey and Dr Bobby Gosey, share their experience matching as a couple.
The Muslim Student Association (MSA) seeks to support the Muslim students and other students of faith attending Ross University. They also aim to provide safe and comfortable spaces of prayer and meditation, while bringing awareness to the faith of Islam. My guests today are current students, officers of the MSA, and future Drs. Ro Rahimi and Temur Hannan.
In this episode, we will talk about the Surgery Interest Group. The SIG strives to strengthen the basic skills required to prepare our students for their surgical rounds and necessary procedural techniques for the field of surgery.
The Black Male Doctors student organization is an academic, cultural and social support center for students of all origins, with a special focus on black male students and students of African-American descent. My guest today is the club President Tyler Checkley.
Once Ross students receive their MD degree they embark on their path to residency. Each year hundreds of our graduates receive the news that they have reached their goal and match to leading hospitals across the U.S. and Canada. The majority of our graduates secure residencies through the National Resident Matching Program, with more than fifteen thousand alumni.