We’re back! Enjoy this fun conversation that touches on various aspects of medicine, from how to be a doctor, avoiding burnout and doing CPR!
We are joined by Karen Lloyd who shares some of the findings of the Mystery Shoppers study conducted to assess the impact of training provided to healthcare workers since 2013 to help improve access to healthcare services for the LGBT community.
The Layman’s Doctor speaks with multipotentialite Dr. Mario Guthrie as a part of the “The Medical Doctor’s Journey: Non- Traditional Pathways” series. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did!
In this week’s episode The Layman’s Doctor shares a conversation with her dear friend, Morph, as he openly discusses his mental illness which subsequently led to an admission to the University of the West Indies Hospital. September 10 was World Suicide Prevention Day. All over the world, persons shared insight into what suicide is and what suicide ideation can look like.
In this episode in the “The Medical Doctor’s Journey: Non- Traditional Pathways” series Dr. Tariq Parker speaks about becoming a Rhode Scholar, studying in the UK and transitioning back into clinical medicine.
The first podcast in the series “The Medical Doctor’s Journey: Non- Traditional Pathways”, Dr. Strachan shares insight about getting into medical residency programmes in Jamaica, the challenges surrounding the USMLE examinations and the various options available to doctors who no longer want to practice clinical medicine.
This week, The Layman’s Doctor speaks with Dr. Thaon Simms from the graduating class of 2k20 and his experience with completing medical school online.
Enjoy this conversation all about physiotherapy.
[00:00:00] [music] [00:00:12] Hi, I’m Samantha. Welcome to The Layman’s Doctor Podcast where we’re Bringing Medicine Home. I thought it would be a nice time to really talk about why I’m called The Layman’s Doctor. This …