MedPod101 | Learn Medicine
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Learn clinical medicine with humor, style, and attitude... These podcasts are intended for medical professionals and are not for patient education. The medpod101 group has taken care that the information contained in our programs is fairly accurate and even potentially useful. However, this information is not a substitute for a formal medical education, and thus should be considered "for entertainment purposes only." For more info, visit our website at www.medpod101.com today!
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Good for Nurses Too!
This pod cast may be of use to those studying nursing as it presents short and concise assessments, (including labs) of common medical presentations including treatments. I just graduated nursing in April 08, and found that this podcast allowed a solid review of the past four years of learning and it also has broadened my understanding of medicine. What makes this podcast unique is the presenter’s style, using a limited range of ethnic accents for patients and nurses, Dr. Jacob often portrays them in their less than brilliant moments. However, if you can laugh and not be offended is an effective use of time while walking to clinical.
MedPod 101 is a concise review of pertinent medical concepts. The simplicity of the cases and the basic physiology included provides you with an entertaining overview of potential cases that you may face in your future practices. At times, you require previous knowledge in the field to fully appreciate the presentations but typically they're quite basic. The cases that are presented with "real" patients are particularly enjoyable - to the point that I plug them into my iPod so that I can listen to them in bed before I fall asleep. Highly recommended!
Stop the Pedro voice!
Very informative but the narration is terrible.