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Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

This is a podcast that answers the question, "what should we have been learning while we were memorizing Kreb's cycle?" This is a practical guide for practicing physicians and other healthcare practitioners looking to improve in any and all aspects of our lives and practices. Physician and non-physician experts are interviewed on a wide range of topics to help us with personal and professional development.
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Sep 21, 2023

This episode is sponsored by – technically advanced medical apparel. 

In the second part of the "We Want Them Infected" series, Dr. Jonathan Howard delves into the allure of the anti-vaccine movement among doctors. He explores the psychological factors, including the pursuit of fame and financial gain,...

Sep 19, 2023

This episode is sponsored by – technically advanced medical apparel. 

Nick Cienski, a former designer for Under Armour and Arc'teryx, embarked on a mission to revolutionize healthcare attire with KyurMD (pronounced ‘Cure’). His goal was to create high-performance, durable, and stylish scrubs that would...

Sep 14, 2023

This episode is sponsored by Charm Economics

In PT2 with Dr. Kanika Sims, Dr. Block discusses the urgent need for systemic changes in medical education, focusing on addressing biases in curriculum and medical practices. They emphasize the impact of unconscious bias in healthcare and share personal experiences of...

Sep 12, 2023

This episode is sponsored by KyurMD– technically advanced medical apparel.

In this episode, Dr. Dimitrios Tsatiris and Bradley discuss the relationship between anxiety and high achievement, especially within the medical profession. They explore the physical and psychological aspects of anxiety, highlighting the...

Sep 7, 2023

In this episode, Dr. Andrew Wilner shared insights into the world of locum tenens. He discussed how locum tenens, which means "placeholder" in Latin, involves physicians temporarily filling in for various medical roles, such as covering for vacations, maternity leaves, or staffing shortages. Dr. Wilner emphasized the...