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[Due to one thing or another, we didn’t record last week. So here’s a re-run. Hey, if Radiolab can do it, so can we. Enjoy!]
Med school may be a trying experience, but it’s made so much better by the lifelong friends you meet. That’s the case for today’s co-hosts, Kylie Miller, Olivia Pittman, Danielle Schilling, and Erin Pazaski, all M4s. Their experience turns out to be a good thing for listener Coleman who wants to know if he should already know what his specialty will be on his first day at med school this coming fall, or if not knowing will disadvantage him in some way.
Also discussed: their upcoming Match Week (perhaps to be cancelled due to COVID-19), and the bad advice they’ve gotten on how to appear confident and competent as lady docs.
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The director of the Santa Clara County Public Health Department, offering advice on reducing the spread of COVID-19, was the source of some internet amusement this week. And perhaps one day you’ll do your residency at Walmart!
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