Every fortnight, we get together medical students, junior doctors and expert guests to discuss all the things you need to know to be a good doctor, but that medical school doesn’t teach you.
We delve into the ‘culture’ of being a medical student, and the anecdotal stuff you might pick up from corridor conversations with your coursemates; which is perhaps even more important this year with reduced face-to-face contact.
You can listen to all of our episodes for free on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google podcasts, Podbean, or wherever you get your podcasts:
- Nikki Nabavi, fourth year medical student, University of Manchester, and past editorial scholar, The BMJ. Twitter: @nikkixnabavi
- Anna Harvey, Academic Foundation Doctor at North East and North Cumbria ICS, and past editorial scholar, The BMJ. Twitter: @a_c_harvey
- Laura Nunez-Mulder, Foundation doctor at Hinchingbrooke Health Care NHS Trust, and past editorial scholar, The BMJ. Twitter: @lnm_rugby
- Pat Lok, Editorial scholar, The BMJ, and fourth year medical student, Anglia Ruskin University. Twitter: @lok_pat
- Chidera Ota, Junior clinical fellow in neurosurgery at Charing Cross Hospital, London. Twitter: @chidera_ota
- Declan Murphy, Academic Foundation year 2 doctor at Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital, Newcastle. Twitter: @1994_declan
- Olukayode Oki, Final year medical student, University of Dundee. Twitter: @teekayoki
- Andrew MacFarlane, Final year medical student, Scottish Graduate Entry Medicine (ScotGEM) course. Twitter: @andrew_mac94
- Isobel Walker, Final year medical student, University of Nottingham. Twitter: @issywalker
- Lily Copping, Final year medical student, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry. Twitter: @lilycopping
- Anisha Banerjee, Foundation doctor in the South Thames Deanery.
Produced and edited by
Dom Byrne & Duncan Jarvies