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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…
 
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. -…
 
Have you been missing some of your favorite voices on the podcast? Well you're in luck! On this episode, Molly is joined by UnsCripted alum Dr. Madison Epperson, Class of 2020, to catch everyone up to speed on all of the amazing things Madison has accomplished since leaving UCCOM. As a third year otolaryngology resident (or ENT for the rest of us),…
 
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 UnsCripted…
 
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 a…
 
Tune in as co-hosts Mason Yoder and Alex Gillotte sit down with Kyler Wilson and Thomas O'Neil (Class of 2023) for a vulnerable conversation about their experiences with patients who were dying or had died and how they coped with it. Show notes: Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End - Atul Gawande, MD Get connected: Kyler Wilson: wilso…
 
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 MedTwit…
 
A treat a day keeps the pressure at bay! In this episode, our outstanding Mason Yoder sits down with Molly, rising M2, to reflect on his experience these past four years in medical school. From reapplying to celebrating Match Day to getting married — Mason shares all the pearls he has collected throughout his journey. He has made quite an impact wh…
 
Premedical Students: "I fear no man... but that thing... it scares me" MCAT: *exists* In today's episode, we tackle what many consider the biggest hurdle separating pre-med from med: the MCAT. We sat down with Malea + Jourdan from Chasing Medicine to talk everything from planning + study schedules to mental wellness and score reveal. If you plan on…
 
Medical school is a marathon, and we all have periods in which we feel unmotivated, down or like we just need a break. Tune into this episode as we chat with David Warner and Ebun Falade (members of UCCOM class of 2025) about being in a med school "rut" and how to get yourself out of it! Links: 1. Join the American Medical Association (AMA)! 2. Hea…
 
On today's episode, Rachel and Alex sit down with Dr. Corey Keeton to discuss how to best take care of patients who have psychotic disorder. Dr. Corey Keeton is a a board-certified Family Medicine and Psychiatry physician. Dr. Keeton is currently the medical director of the inpatient consultation and liaison psychiatry service at the University of …
 
On today's episode, Rachel and Alex sit down with Dr. Corey Keeton to discuss how to best take care of patients who are depressed and/or have suicidal ideations. Dr. Corey Keeton is a a board-certified Family Medicine and Psychiatry physician. Dr. Keeton is currently the medical director of the inpatient consultation and liaison psychiatry service …
 
Not every medical student is destined for the clinic. Fortunately, there are many other non-clinical careers in medicine that students can pursue after graduation. In this episode, we have on Colin Cotton, class of 2022, to discuss his non-traditional path and how he made the decision to pursue an alternative career in medicine. Resources: DocJobs.…
 
Have you been waiting on your Hogwarts acceptance letter since age 11? Have you been having a life crisis trying to figure out which specialty you're destined for? If so, this episode is for you! Tune in as we have on Chase Steele, member of the Class of 2023 and Orthopedics-hopeful, to discuss all things specialty stereotypes, Hogwarts houses and …
 
Have you ever wondered how your attending on rounds or clinic preceptor reached their position in academia? Or perhaps you’ve pondered about what goes on behind the scenes of your simulated patient encounters? Maybe you’ve tutored medical students or led a dissection group before and are interested in exploring the deeper world of medical education…
 
In this final part of our "Relationships in Medicine" series, we are featuring the short stories of three UC medical students and their non-medical partners: Ellie Sidler (UC Class of 2022) & Brad Bognar, Alex Gillotte (UC Class of 2023) & Stephen Green, and Mason Yoder (UC Class of 2022) & Jenni Fuller. Each of these couples tell about their uniqu…
 
"Classes. Extracurriculars. MCAT. Service. Shadowing. Now you're telling me that I have to do research on top of that!?" In this episode, we demystify the whos, whats, wheres, whens, whys, and hows of research as an undergraduate student. Working with representatives from the organization Chasing Medicine, we offer some insight into our experiences…
 
In this episode of the UnsCripted Podcast, Rachel and Alex continue their discussion about managing microaggressions with Dr. Lisa Kelly. The focus of this episode is how to recognize and manage microaggressions as a bystander working in a hospital or clinic. Dr. Kelly is a board-certified ophthalmologist, is the board director for the Advancing In…
 
Now that the USMLE Step 1 is under your belt, what's next? Well listeners, it pains me to say it but there is indeed another challenge to face... the USMLE Step 2 CK. And now that Step 1 is pass/fail, the Step 2 exam exhibits more weight and pressure than ever before. Luckily, the Unscripted team has your back. In this episode, Mason sits down with…
 
Just like Marty McFly and Doc Brown, the UnsCripted Medicine podcast is going BACK IN TIME! In this episode, we sit down with two representatives from Chasing Medicine, Nakul Narendran and Megan Jiang, to discuss everything pre-medical students should know and do before college and in their freshman and sophomore years. GREAT SCOTT MARTY! This is t…
 
Welcome to part 2 of our "Relationships in Medicine" series! In this episode, UnsCripted's own Rachel Holloway sits down with two University of Cincinnati med students, Grace and Giselle. These two are both in the UC College of Medicine Class of 2023 and have been in a relationship with each other since their first year of medical school. In this e…
 
On this episode of the UnsCripted podcast, Rachel and Alex sit down with Dr. Lisa Kelly to discuss how to handle patient or colleague-generated microaggressions. Dr. Kelly is a board certified ophthalmologist at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. She completed her medical school at Harvard Medical School, ophthalmology residency at Stanfo…
 
Hello and welcome to part one of our new “Relationships in Medicine” series. This series will explore how romantic relationships can work during medical school, the challenges that these relationships often face, and helpful tools and strategies for navigating these challenges. We will host in-depth discussions and explore the personal stories of u…
 
Today on the UnsCripted podcast, Rachel and Alex sit down with Dr. Amy Mechley to discuss how to talk to patients about lifestyle medicine and how to discuss help promotion with patients. Dr. Mechley is Family & Integrative Medicine physician who has practiced in Cincinnati for 20 years. She received training in Mind Body Medicine at Harvard Medica…
 
Burnout. Ever heard of it? Well, according to the 2021 Medscape National Physician Burnout & Suicide Report, 42% of physicians reported that they are burned out. In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Michael Holliday, UC Family Medicine Physician, Medical Director of University Health Services & Assistant Professor at UCCOM, to shine a light on bur…
 
In this episode of the UnsCripted Podcast, Alex and Rachel sit down with Claudia Mort (UC College of Medicine Class of 2023) to discuss the benefits and proper utilization of medical interpreters in the clinical environment. In addition to pursuing her medical degree, Claudia is also a trained medical interpreter and completed her training in this …
 
This episode of the UnsCripted Podcast is to help future/current medical students and their partners and families understand the timeline of events, expectations, and terminology commonly used throughout each year of medical training. We are joined by special guest star Ellie Sidler (UCCOM Class of 2022), who provides her personal experiences and i…
 
Dr. Andrew Beck (MD, MPH) is a Board Certified Pediatrician at Cincinnati Children's Hospital and Medical Center. Dr. Beck has studied anthropology at Yale University, earned a MPH at Harvard University, attended medical school at the University of Pittsburgh, and received residency and fellowship training at CCHMC. He currently serves as a primary…
 
Welcome to the first episode in our new series Clinical Communication Pearls! A series where we will sit down with experts to provide students with realistic and practical advice on how to best approach various clinical encounters. On today's episode we sit down with Colton Boney, a M1 at the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Founder …
 
It's hard to believe, but the UnsCripted Podcast has already reached its third season! Listen in to hear about life updates from your co-hosts and the projects we have brewing in this newest season... (P.S. Check out our episode cover picture to see our newest podcaster's sound-proof set-up!)Από τον UnsCripted Medicine
 
"Final Farewell". Tune in for the last episode of Season 2 as we travel back, along the incredible non-traditional path of an OG UnsCripted Medicine crew member, Dr. Kevin Milligan! In this episode Kevin reflects on his time at UCCOM, provides tips and words of encouragement for surviving and thriving in medical school, and talks about advice he wo…
 
Before Zach leaves us all for bold, new horizons, he's got a few more things to say. In this heartfelt installment of the UnsCripted podcast, Zach shares about his journey through medical school, his triple life as a doctor/father/podcaster, and advice he would've given himself during his M1-M4 years. It's an uplifting episode filled with humor and…
 
“One Last Time” we say goodbye to an Unscripted Founding Father, Dr. Robbie Daulton. In this episode, we go through the highs and lows of Robbie’s med school experience. All along the way, he gives the tips and tricks that has helped get him to where he is today. You don’t want to miss this one: whether you are an M4 or still a pre-med in undergrad…
 
Third year clerkships are an exciting opportunity for medical students to apply their knowledge and skills, care for real patients, and discover more about themselves. However, this year also harbors many fears in the minds of medical students: fears of judgement from harsh preceptors, fears of pimping in the wards and the OR, and fears of not livi…
 
Whether you happened into the Pediatrics AI (Acting Internship) or have already committed to a career caring for children, this will be a great episode for you! We discuss all things peds with the delightful Dr. Laura Elliott, a Pediatrics Resident at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. You'll find pearls on how to starting thinking like a true intern,…
 
Dust off your stethoscope, break out your rounding shoes, and review/forget hyponatremia causes for the hundredth time, because it's time for the Internal Medicine AI! Every medical student has the distinct privilege (read: required rotation) of being an acting intern in IM, so it's probably worth discussing how to survive/thrive, depending on your…
 
Trauma, shock, and ED boarding, oh my! Stepping into the Emergency Department as an acting intern can be daunting. Things move quickly and people can be really sick. Have no fear, though, because Dr. Chris Zalesky is here! Dr. Zalesky is a second-year Emergency Medicine resident at University of Cincinnati and joined the podcast to talk all things …
 
Medical school is hard. We are constantly told that we need to check various boxes in order to “succeed” as a medical student, but is it really worth crying at 3 AM, fully clothed in your bathtub, eating your stress food of choice? In this episode, we are joined by Nicole and Ana, two medical students from the Ohio University Heritage College of Os…
 
All throughout medical school, you have dedicated countless hours perfecting the craft of learning. BUT — with residency, the student now ascends to master (sorta, not really). It is now time to teach those your very own medical students whose strife you know all too well. In this episode, our UnsCripted alum Dr. Madison Epperson sits down with her…
 
Ever wonder what goes on beyond the doors of the pathology department? What ever happened to that tissue biopsy that the surgeon sent, or the blood smear that the medicine team ordered? Most importantly, who are those people in those dimly-lit microscopy rooms and what are their lives like? Well here to shine light on this mystery is none other tha…
 
Have you ever opened ERAS and closed it immediately out of fear? Or maybe never opened it at all? Well, UnsCripted is here to help. Tune in as now-matched M4s Kevin, Robbie, and Zach share their personal insights and strategies on writing personal statements, filling out ERAS, and taking that first plunge in applying to residency. Banter and shenan…
 
It doesn’t get much better than watching kidney reperfusion while jamming to Beyonce. At least, that’s what Dr. Silski thinks and we kinda agree. In this installment of our virtual shadowing series, Dr. Latifa Silski walks us through the highs and lows of transplant surgery. Dr. Silski, one of only a few black female transplant surgeons in the US, …
 
In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Ben Kinnear to discuss the challenges that 3rd-year medical students face as they transition from reading about pathology and pharmacy in the lecture hall, to delivering patient care in the hospital. We uncover into the “hidden curriculum” of 3rd-year clerkships and explore the medical student’s role in a healt…
 
Dan Skinner, PhD is an associate professor at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, where he teaches health policy. He is the host of the podcast Prognosis Ohio (links: web, apple podcasts, spotify), a "podcast addressing all facets of health care, health policy, and health politics in the great state of Ohio." In this episo…
 
Dr. Edje may be new to Cincinnati, but she has quickly become beloved by all. Dr. Lou Edje is the Dean of Graduate Medical Education at the University of Cincinnati and an advocate for many. She is a family physician, clinician educator, and life-long learner. We thoroughly enjoyed getting to hear about her journey and hope her story can be an enco…
 
In this installment of the Fireside Chat series, we sit down with Dr. Andrew Thompson, Musculoskeletal/Integumentary course director, to discuss all things ranging from forensic anthropology, to his adorable dog, to inguinal hernias. We really enjoyed this conversation, and we hope you do too!Από τον UnsCripted Medicine
 
In this episode, Kevin sits down with Kortni Ferguson and Dr. Priya Roy, co-founders of the non-profit organization BereaveMed. This episode was originally intended for distribution at the M3 January intersession, but we think all listeners will find something valuable here. If you are interested in this topic, please check out bereavemed.com for m…
 
This is our 50th episode! We are super excited to have made it this far. On this episode, we wanted to thank our listeners for their amazing support of our work. Additionally, our team is growing, and we are excited to announce our two newest UnsCripted members, Alex and Mason. Finally, we are about to start a process of evaluation and feedback fro…
 
In their podcasting debut, the Schlaudecker kids share the inside scoop on what it’s like growing up with a mom who’s a doctor. Dr. Liz Schlaudecker is one of our favorite Cincinnati docs and a previous podcast guest, so we were thrilled to have her children on the show! You’ll learn what it’s like to have a mom who is an Infectious Disease expert,…
 
In this installment of our Pre-Med series, we are delighted to have on Dr. Abbigail Tissot, Assistant Dean of Admissions at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Pulling back the curtain on the inside works of an admissions committee, we provide insight as to how an admissions committee is structured, as well as how to avoid looking lik…
 
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