Med Student Life: evaluations, board exams, and carmel corn bribery | The Short Coat 416
By David Etler
June 7, 2022
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Med Student Life: evaluations, board exams, and carmel corn bribery | The Short Coat 416
Dave Etler

the challenge with feedback is that not all of it's useful.

And some of it is even downright harmful, I guess you could say,

Abby Fyfe

hopefully someday I'm like about us female attending and I would still probably appreciate if the med student was like, you look fired it

Dave Etler

I did find one question that you could practice your, communication skills with.

Abby Fyfe

I'm so excited. It's my last show. And I get to do my first Yahoo.

Dave Etler

welcome back to the short coat podcast. The show that gives you an honest look at medical school, a production of the university of Iowa Carver college of medicine. I'm Dave Etler with me today in the SEP studio. What a special treat it's MD/PhD student Alene, sand duke. Hi, I'm in awe. When I say that we're joined by, MP3, Eric Bozart I too am in and I'm deeply honored by the presence of the newly graduated, Dr.

Abby Fife MD. And I know you don't have to say Dr. And empty, but you know, you

Abby Fyfe

earned it like you have.

Dave Etler

And in the form of ones and zeros, I'm freaking out because we're joined by MP3 Morgan Kennedy. I'm freaking out because it's been a while. Morgan, it's been awhile. you're here joining us when you're supposed to be studying for step two.

that important board exam that according to the national board of medical examiners, assesses and examined his ability to apply medical knowledge, skills, and understanding of clinical science, essential for the provision of patient care under supervision and includes emphasis on health promotion and disease prevention.