Year One: Making An Md

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Synopsis

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.

Episodes

  • Wrap Up

    Wrap Up

    07/06/2018 Duration: 11min

    In our final episode of Year One: Making an MD, we take a look back at highlights and lessons learned with first years Sam, Nate, Dillon, Shruti, and second year Bryce, and get the big picture from Associate Dean of Student Affairs Jodi Langsfeld.

  • Friends and Family

    Friends and Family

    22/05/2018 Duration: 07min

    We know medical school is a huge undertaking for the students. But what’s it like for the people closest to them - the "supporting cast"? In this episode, we hear from Sam's parents, Nate's dad, Shruti's BFF, and Dillon's boyfriend about what Year One has been like from their perspective.

  • Putting the Pieces Together

    Putting the Pieces Together

    10/05/2018 Duration: 09min

    In their first year of medical school, Zucker School of Medicine students are introduced to subject areas as diverse as patient communication, pulmonology, histology, and medical imaging. How do they learn to put it all together - to see the big picture? We find out from two of their professors, Dr. Janice John and Dr. William Rennie.

  • Ethics

    Ethics

    04/03/2018 Duration: 11min

    Practicing medicine requires not only scientific knowledge, but also the ability to apply ethical reasoning to medical dilemmas. In this episode, we talk medical ethics with Dr. Sam Packer, chief of the Division of Medical Ethics in the Department of Medicine at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, along with second- and third-year students Cyrus, Danielle, Derek and Katherine (KP).

  • Bodies

    Bodies

    08/02/2018 Duration: 11min

    Our first years - Nate, Shruti, Sam and Dillon - geek out over the marvels of the human body, and Dr. Robert Hill, who directs the Anatomical Gift Program at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, talks about bringing both gratitude and curiosity to the lab when working with donor bodies.

  • Then and Now

    Then and Now

    18/01/2018 Duration: 11min

    Dr. Lawrence Smith is the founding dean of the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. We talk to him about how his own experiences in med school informed his thinking about how best to train our future doctors. 

  • Stress

    Stress

    20/12/2017 Duration: 08min

    First year medical students are under extreme pressure, especially during exam time. Jodi Langsfeld, Associate Dean for Student Affairs at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, and first years Sam and Nate, offer tips on how to handle the stress.

  • Meet the Patient

    Meet the Patient

    29/11/2017 Duration: 09min

    Second year student Bryce on taking blood, and other encounters with real patients.

  • Talking about Talking

    Talking about Talking

    29/11/2017 Duration: 11min

    Dr. Joseph Weiner on how to introduce yourself to patients in twelve easy steps.

  • Introductions

    Introductions

    29/11/2017 Duration: 10min

    "It feels like we're playing doctor. It doesn't even feel real." Meet our first years, Nate, Shruti, Sam and Dillon.

  •  Introduction to Year One: Making an MD

    Introduction to Year One: Making an MD

    28/11/2017 Duration: 02min

    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.