Year One: Making an MD pulls back the curtain on med school. Along with host Julie Subrin, we follow four students from the 2017 entering class of the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell as they navigate their first year in an infamously long and arduous, ever evolving course of professional training that seeks to turn people into doctors.
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In our final episode of Year One: Making an MD, we take a look back at highlights and lessons learned
Medical school is a huge undertaking for the students. But what’s it like for the people closest to them?
Friends and Family
Practicing medicine requires not only scientific knowledge, but also the ability to apply ethical reasoning.
Bringing both gratitude and curiosity to the lab when working with donor bodies.
Founding Dean Lawrence Smith, MD, reflects on his own medical school experience.
Then and Now
Associate Dean for Student Affairs and first-year medical students offer tips on how to handle the stress.
Second-year student on taking blood and other encounters with real patients.
Meet the Patient
How to introduce yourself to patients in twelve easy steps.
Talking About Talking
Meet the medical students.
Introduction to Year One: Making an MD
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