Jules Madzia | Medical students’ experiences with racism, sexism, homophobia, and transphobia.
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6d ago
Jules Madzia (MD/PhD candidate) sits down with co-hosts Rachel Holloway and Alex Gillotte in this episode to discuss their findings from their PhD work.  This episode covers real medical students’ experiences with racism, sexism, homophobia, and transphobia and the effects of such experiences on their future careers. Jules' dissertation (the basis for this discussion) is a call to action for administration, program directors and all those in the field of medicine to help break down policies, and overall mindsets/ culture in medicine to allow for a  more inclusive environment in which ..read more
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Teri Miles | Reflections on Gender-Minority Care and Allyship
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1M ago
From competing in the olympic trials to authoring a novel (with a second on the way), Teri Miles really has done it all. On this episode, she is here to share some of the wisdom she has gathered through her experiences. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, Teri shares the importance of advocacy, reflections on both positive and negative experiences in healthcare, and how best to be a good ally as a medical student. One of Teri’s goals is “to serve others with joy,” and that is absolutely apparent throughout this episode. Show Notes: Hiding in Plain Sight An excerpt from the preface: "This pap ..read more
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Malia Schram | How to Advocate for Yourself as a Gender-Minority Medical Student
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1M ago
Medical school is hard. Minority identities and the subsequent micro-aggressions add further complexity and difficulty. In this episode, join Molly & Rachel as they chat with Malia Schram (Class of 2023) about their experience as a gender-minority medical student, how they have discovered allies, maneuvered difficult situations throughout training, and found their voice in advocacy and teaching roles. Resources: Connect with Malia at schramma@mail.uc.edu! UCSF Center of Excellence for Transgender Health Equitas Health in Cincinnati Join the World Professional Association for Transgender ..read more
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M4 | Away Rotations
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2M ago
Interested in doing a rotation away but not sure where to start? The UnsCripted team has got you. Tune in as Rachel chats with Nicole Bardakos (c/o 2023, Emergency Medicine) and John Wilson (c/o 2023, Ophthalmology) about everything from scheduling the rotation to thriving on the wards!  Resources:  EM Clerkship Podcast WikEM ..read more
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Mind the Gap Part 2: Working at the NIH with Riley Ferguson & Trevor Stantliff
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2M ago
If you're considering taking a gap year during medical school, but don't know what opportunities there are, you've come to the right place! Tune in as Molly and Rachel chat with Trevor Stantliff and Riley Ferguson (former UCCOM Class of 2023) about their experience in the Medical Research Scholars Program at the National Institute of Health. P.S. - If you haven't listened already, check out our first "Mind the Gap" episode here for more information about gap year opportunities!  Resources:  AAMC | Research and Training Opportunities NIH Medical Scholars Program Website ..read more
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Mind the Gap Pt. 2: Working at the NIH with Riley Ferguson & Trevor Stantliff
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2M ago
If you're considering taking a gap year during medical school, but don't know what opportunities there are, you've come to the right place! Tune in as Molly and Rachel chat with Trevor Stantliff and Riley Ferguson (former UCCOM Class of 2023) about their experience in the Medical Research Scholars Program at the National Institute of Health. P.S. - If you haven't listened already, check out our first "Mind the Gap" episode here for more information about gap year opportunities!  Resources:  AAMC | Research and Training Opportunities NIH Medical Scholars Program Website ..read more
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Gang's All Here in Season 4!
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5M ago
What makes dry wine dry? What is the best bathroom on Miami University's campus? How do you make kimchi? Tune in to our Season 4 introductory episode as Molly, Matt, Alex and Rachel discuss all of these topics, as well as where the podcast is heading in season 4! If you have episode ideas or feedback for our podcast, please contact us at UnsCriptedMedicine@gmail.com. You can also find us on Twitter at @UnsCripted_Med ..read more
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Wellness | Shame in Medicine
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6M ago
Shame is a powerful emotion that most medical learners experience at one point or another, often in response to making mistakes or experiencing mistreatment. Dr. Will Bynum is a Family Medicine physician-educator and researcher at Duke University who explores the role of shame in the medical education experience. Tune into this episode as we chat about feeling shame as medical students and ways in which we can build shame resiliency. Links: 1. The Shame Conversation 2. Brené Brown: "Listening to Shame" TED Talk 3. Brené Brown Website & Books Follow Dr. Bynum on Twitter at @WillBynumMD ..read more
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The Death of a Patient
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7M ago
In the last episode of Season 3, co-hosts Mason Yoder and Alex Gillotte sit down with M4s Kyler Wilson and Thomas O'Neil for a vulnerable conversation about their experiences with patients who were dying or had died, while on the service they were working on, and how they coped with it. Show notes:Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End - Atul Gawande, MD Get connected:Kyler Wilson: wilso5ke@mail.uc.edu  Thomas O'Neil: oneiltj@mail.uc.edu ..read more
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Reflections on Third Year
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8M ago
In this episode our co-host Alex Gillotte sits down with Antonio Malkoun, Elsa Haile and Matthew Frederickson, who are fellow M4s and members of the Competency Based Medical Education (CBME) pilot program to discuss their reflections on both the CBME program and third year in general. Get connected: Antonio Malkoun- malkouar@mail.uc.edu and MedTwitter @antonio_malkoun Elsa Haile- hailees@mail.uc.edu Matthew Frederickson - fredermw@mail.uc.edu and MedTwitter @mattyfred_ ..read more
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