S5 E6: The Origins, Reality, and Future of Intensive Care - Dr. Myp Sehkon
MEDamorphosis Podcast
by Iman Lahouaoula
3w ago
Iman speaks with Dr. Myp Sekhon, an intensivist at UBC. In this episode, Dr. Sekhon takes us through how intensive care as a field got started and where the field is headed. He shares his perspective on the years of training and the realities that come with being an intensivist. Lastly, we touch on balancing a career with research and how to have an impactful career.  Guest: Dr. Mypinder Sekhon   Hosted and Edited by:  Iman Lahouaoula Music: Dr. Ian Downie  New episodes of MEDamorphosis will be available the last Monday of each month. Please rate, review, and subscribe to o ..read more
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S5 E5: Rural & Remote Series - Anesthesia, Chronic Pain, and Dreamwork in Smithers - Dr. Darren Jakubec
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by Dr. Darren Jakubec, Cheryl McLeod
2M ago
MEDamorphosis Podcast is proud to present a 4-episode miniseries on rural, remote, and northern medicine from 2nd Yr UBC Medicine learner, Crystal McLeod. In this episode, Crystal speaks with Dr. Darren Jakubec, a GP Anesthetist working at Bulkley Valley District Hospital in Smithers, BC. Dr. Jakubec, who has been in practice for over 20 years, shares his highlight reel from a career dedicated to rural and remote medicine. Dr. Jakubec also addresses stereotypes associated with family medicine, including “Call isn’t that busy” and the value of alternative, multidisciplinary medicine in resource ..read more
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S5 E4: Flexibility meets Complexity- Work and Lifestyle of a Radiologist with Dr. Yong-Hing
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by Dr. Yong-Hing, Iman Lahouaoula
3M ago
In this episode, UBC Medicine learner Iman speaks with Dr. Yong-Hing, a radiologist at UBC, who takes us on her journey to finding radiology, fellowships, and working as a radiologist. She outlines the flexibility of the field, as well as the complexity of radiology and its growing demand. Finally, she touches on being a woman in a male-dominated space throughout her career and how she has navigated this process and is trying to empower the next generation of radiologists. Guest: Dr. Charlotte Yong-Hing Hosted and Edited by: Iman Lahouaoula Music: Dr. Ian Downie New episodes of MEDamorphosis a ..read more
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S5 E3: Adapting to the Pediatrics Ward - Dr. Jill Lin
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by Ella Chan, Dr. Jill Lin, Dr. Ian Downie
6M ago
Today 3rd Yr UBC Medicine learner, Ella Chan speaks with Dr. Jill Lin, a resident physician in Pediatrics at UBC’s BCCH Campus. Dr. Lin walks us through their journey to their specialty and their passion in global health in medical school. Guest: Dr. Jill Lin Hosted Edited by: Ella Chan Music: Dr. Ian Downie New episodes of MEDamorphosis are available the last Monday of each month. Please rate, review, and subscribe to our podcast and explore the entire UBC Medicine Learning Network roster of podcasts on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and where you find your podcasts. (C) UBC Medicine Learning Netwo ..read more
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S5 E1: It Makes Cents - Student Loans
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by Ali Jatoi
8M ago
MEDamorphosis Podcast returns for Season 5! We begin this season by presenting “It Makes Cents”, a mini-series aimed at improving the financial education of medical students across Canada. Host Ali Jatoi, a medical student with a past life in finance, discusses personal finance topics in these short-form podcast episodes. In today’s episode, Ali covers Student Loans, including how to apply for educational funding, how to get access to free grants and bursaries and the process of repaying your student loan. Listen now and make finance “make cents”.   Hosted and Edited by: Ali Jatoi Music ..read more
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S4 E6: Delivering a New Perspective – Family Medicine Maternity Care and Perinatal Addictions with Dr. David Mongar
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by Dr. David Mongar, Igor Mihajlovic
1y ago
As part of our Career Options in Family Medicine series, we sit down with Dr. David Mongar, a family physician based in Burnaby, BC who specializes in Maternity Care, Addiction Medicine, and a blend of the two - Perinatal Addiction Medicine. Join us as we explore Dr. Mongar's journey from being inspired in a medical school Obstetrics session to practicing full-fledged Maternity Care, meconium stains and all. Dr. Mongar talks about his involvement in the Sheway Pregnancy Outreach Program in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver helping pregnant patients navigate and overcome addiction, as well as ..read more
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S4 E5: Unapologetically Me - Queerness in Medicine with Dr. Vincent Valdrez (OUTreach x MEDamorphosis)
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by Brianna Creelman, Dr. Vincent Valdrez
1y ago
In this episode, family physician Dr. Vincent Valdrez (he/him) talks about what it’s like to be “out” in medicine. As a queer physician serving Vancouver’s inner-city populations, Dr. Vincent Valdrez shares his story of discovering a love for family medicine and providing care for marginalized individuals. Follow the UBC Medicine Learning Network on all social media: @ubcmedvid Guest: Dr. Vincent Valdrez, Family Physician at Three Bridges Community Health Clinic and BC Centre for Disease Control. Hosted and Edited by: Brianna Creelman Music: Dr. Ian Downie (C) 2023 UBC Medicine Learning Networ ..read more
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S4 E4: Striving for Excellence and Attention to Detail - Dr. Sorush Rokui
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by UBC Medicine Learning Network
1y ago
In this episode, Maya speaks with Dr. Sorush Rokui, a resident physician in Cardiac Surgery at UBC. Dr. Rokui walks us through what the specialty of cardiac surgery is, what drew him to the field, and his daily life in residency.  Dr. Rokui also takes us through his journey of deciding on cardiac surgery, his reflective process, and advice for medical students. New episodes of MEDamorphosis will be available the last Monday of each month. Please rate, review, and subscribe to our podcast and explore the entire UBC Medicine Learning Network roster of podcasts on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, an ..read more
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S4 E3: Feeling the Spark of Surgery - Dr. Abhi Cherukupalli
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by Maya Naidu, Dr. Abhi Cherukupalli
1y ago
MEDamorphosis Podcast Season 4 re-launches with this new episode from 2nd Yr UBC Medicine learner, Maya Naidu. New episodes of MEDamorphosis will be available the last Monday of each month. Maya speaks with Dr. Abhi Cherukupalli, a resident physician in Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery (also known as ENT) at UBC. Dr. Cherukupalli walks us through his journey to his specialty and discusses finding his passions in medical innovation & global health along the way. Dr. Cherukupalli brings up the important topics of burnout and self-care in medical training, and shares his advice for medi ..read more
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S4 E2: Interprofessional Collaboration Corner
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by Mike Moreton
1y ago
How many times does your care plan consist of "Refer to social work" and what happens after that? What is the big difference between nurses and doctors anyway? Is the hierarchy a thing of the past? This episode we take a moment to have two interviews with our social work and nursing colleagues to gain a bit of a better understanding of their training, scope, and how their work intersects with ours. Spoiler alert: there's a lot more at play than you might think.   Guests: Social worker Jill Withers and Nurse Tanisha Stewart. Hosted and Edited by: Mike Moreton Music: Dr. Ian Downie Please r ..read more
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