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There are some great insights and authors are very knowledgable but it is sometimes difficult to listen to for multiple reasons. The audio is bad in most episodes, loud and quiet in different parts. Also, the authors regularly laughing about ways they implement interventions they maybe shouldn't have or someone else shouldn't have makes me feel like they are being Dr's for the wrong reasons.
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I have a 45 minute drive to uni most days so I put on this podcast before my case based learning sessions and they help me soooo much. Wouldn’t get through med school without you all! Thanks so much.
I am a Canadian Physician Assistant student and I love how you guys make your topics approachable with your knowledge and banter. Makes for an educational and entertaining listen! more
This podcast go me through medical school. Rahul’s one liners still crack me up. Keep up the good work team!
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MedConversations launched 8 years ago and published 84 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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