Did changing how the MBBS programme was delivered and tested affect the quality of interns?
In this episode Dr. Tariq Parker speaks about how he successfully matched into the competitive speciality Neurosurgery at the prestigious Massachusetts General Hospital.
We’ve all seen the complaints, doctors are always late. Whether it’s because you haven’t arrived in office as yet or your clients are waiting hours beyond their appointment time. Clients hate that their doctors are always late- can you blame them?
Dr. Rochelle Smith gives us the step by step process on how Caribbean Medical Graduates can register and complete PLAB successfully. This conversation is jam-packed with tips and resources for …
Writing assessments can be one of the most intimidating process of your SOAP. Dr. Ryan Brooks breaks down the process with a practical example so that your assessments can be prioritised, complete and succinct!
In this episode The Layman’s Doctor speaks with Dr. Jason Strachan about doing USMLE. They go stepwise providing a much needed guide for Caribbean medical graduates. This episode serves as …
It’s that time again where junior staff members generally become more senior. Interns are graduating to senior house officers (SHO), SHOs to medical officers (MO) and persons in residency programmes are becoming senior residents, senior registrars and consultants come July 1. But will junior doctors really become better seniors?
Creating a timeline is a good way to understand symptoms and come up with potential causes of your illness. The doctors aim is to guide you with specific questions and prompts, if needed, to further understand the timeline of your symptoms.
The Layman’s Doctor speaks with Pharmacist and Health Content Creator, Mischa Christie about the experience of a young pharmacist during the Covid 19 Pandemic. They speak about the role of …
After over a year of the pandemic people are ready to go outside- are we ready?