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Dr. Sonpal is very entertaining and informative. He’s a well known educator and I’ve taken some of his classes before. It’s great to listen to some of his clinically focused lectures as opposed to his board review. As a bonus, it’s super fun to hear pop culture references intertwined with medicine making it easier to remember!
I love how these episodes are succinct, high yield, and to the point. I get overwhelmed when I see a podcast episode that is 50+ minutes. These 20 minute episodes are perfect and I can even squeeze in 3 episodes on my hour commute to rotations! I’ve learned so much with MedGeeks while driving- even some topics that would always confuse me like murmurs!! I used to get these questions wrong ALL THE TIME on rosh review, UWorld, etc. Now, whenever I get a murmur I’m not intimidated at all and usuall... more
Love the new host and style. Very relatable and easy to consume medical content. Def got some questions right on my ITE exam because these!
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Great refresher tool as I studied for the IPANE that I JUST PASSED!!! I wish I had this when I took the PANCE originally almost a decade ago but was glad to have this when sitting the Irish Physician Associate National Exam in January. I’ve always had an auditory learner love to listen to this in the car and on my walks was fantastic. I am now a PA-C and PA-IC!! Thanks!
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Medgeeks Clinical Review Podcast launched 9 years ago and published 288 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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