Welcome to Surviving Medicine, the podcast that takes you into the mind of the best and brightest premedical and medical students, residents and physicians discussing where Medical Education is today and the future of healthcare tomorrow.
Today it is Wednesday December 13th 2017, I hope you all are having an amazing week so far! For many of you, you are in the middle of final exams or prepping for them later this week! For my residents and physicians I know you are running full swing into the holiday season which coincides perfectly with flu season. I just want to thank you for taking the time out of your busy to join me. If if you are listening to this after the fact, I know the lessons in todays episode will still be relevant.
Yesterday, a dear friend of mine and previous podcast guest, Caleb Hentges, back from episode 10, flew into NYC for a few hours and without pause, I dropped everything and found the time to take him around NYC and take him to my favorite restaurant in the city. Something I didn’t think about until later when someone asked me if I would do medicine again. They may sound unrelated but let me explain
Todays Surviving medicine Motivation episode is going to be about Time.
So before we dive into a discussion about time, I wanted to let you guys all know we are officially on a number of platforms as I mentioned on the last podcast episode! We are on Itunes, Apple Podcast, Stitcher, The Podcast App, Podbean, Overcast, and all new episodes will now be released on Soundcloud as well! If you want to find those links feel free to check the link in our bio on our Instagram page. We know you are extremely busy but we would love your review on any of the platforms! A 1 star or a 5 star, whatever you think, we appreciate your input and your time.
Now back to the topic of time …