The main transition between years 2 and 3 is that you are out of the classroom and into the hospital. This course will give you insights into the dynamics governing different hospital teams. You will learn what your role is in the new environment of the hospital and how to stand out from your peers!
Get tips on how to best interact on your first rotation and how to be an outstanding third year medical student.
Dr. Ossareh (you might know him from YouTube) shares a lot of his own experiences, so you can take advantage of his deep and knowledgeable insights.
Find out how to become a valuable and irreplaceable member of the real working environment!
I think is a good class, but It have a few visual material
I would absolutely recommend this lecture to first and second years medical student (not just an MS3 student) and a prospective medical student. I am a prospective medical student applying this cycle and currently shadowing an ED physician. Most of the points that Dr. Ossareh discussed and provided examples for are very necessary as I have seen MS3 students do these things or fail to implement these actions. I must applaud Dr. Ossareh for his ability to clearly and directly addressing tips, errors, and helpful suggestions. The content in this video can be understood by anyone who is interested in successfully practicing medicine and in my opinion that makes him a wonderful educator. Someone who is genuinely passionate about relaying information to others.
I can't believe I have completed 2 years of medical school without anyone explicitly discussing any of this information to my class
I absolutely love these lectures,they are beneficial and had at first overwhelmed me yet it bolstered my aspirations and expectations of what to be a doctor really takes. I would recommended this to anyone who is interested in the medical field and is struggling to find how to approach it or are struggling with the material!