This time, the Short Coats talk to Anatomy and Cell Biology Professors about using donated bodies as learning tools, Paul Christine talks with a few folks about the research projects they presented at Medical Student Research Day, and Natalie Ramirez and friends inaugurate The Short Couch, dispensing sorely needed advice to their fellow students.
The Short Coat presents The Short Couch with Natalie:
Med school is a challenge, a character building exercise, and sometimes, just a 4-year suck-filled existence. Whatever you wanna call it, it’s definitely not a time to go it alone. My friends, this is when we outta call in the reserves. The generations of med students and fully pimped doctors who’ve already made their way to residency somehow. So, don’t reinvent the wheel! Send the Short Couch your problems, and we will get you solutions! Or at least some decently thought-out suggestions from those who have been there.
But seriously, we welcome your questions, problems, or whatever you’ve got concerning life in medical school. Not just academics, but all of it. Want to see how others have handled serious long distance relationships or coming to terms with “just passing”? Well, call us at (347) SHORT-CT (that’s (347) 746 7828)—and if you want us to obfuscate your voice we can do that if you tell us to—or email us at email@example.com, or come yell it at Jason and David in 1193 MERF. We’ll find people to talk. We have our ways.
As the Carver College of Medicine inducts another class of medical students, we look at the role of our Learning Communities, some things that students wish they’d known when they entered medical school, a countdown of medically themed songs, and some info about a few of our student organizations.
Host Dane Jacobson and Executive Producer Jason Lewis talk about the new podcast, invite others to join up and make it happen, and…Marvin Gaye, the Physician Assistant of sexual healing?
Just wanted to jump in and say, “Hi.” Welcome to the home of The Short Coat, a podcast of the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine. This is where you can come to get any or all the info about the show, upcoming events, as well as interact with your favorite Short Coat personalities. We’re just getting this thing off the ground, so you can always tell your grandchildren you were there when The Short Coat Revolution began. Congratulations!
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