Destinee joins us as we talk about all things relating to impostor syndrome. Do you want to find out what kind of impostor you are? Do you want defeat impostor syndrome? Can cinnamon be used instead of metformin to manage blood sugars? Spoiler: It cannot, but tune in anyway.
We join our rag-tag adventurers where they left off last episode. Here, we meet Dr. Harrison Johnson, learn of his suspicious connections to Dr. Pie and Mrs. Applebee, and are introduced to Mr. Mike Clean. Also, we hear the hottest new underground hip-hop track about lizard people.
We are excited to announce a new series that we have been working on, Moonlighting! Join us for Chapter 1 in this role-playing horror adventure story that takes the gang through the tiny town of Lastlamp, as they uncover the mysterious secrets of the Midwestern town.
We are back with a reunion episode that was due two months ago! So this is our official 14 month anniversary. Madison joins us facilitating a riveting question set designed by psychologist Arthur Aron that alleges to accelerate intimacy between strangers after answering 36 questions. As Erik so eloquently states, “We get down and dirty …
We have chief internal medicine resident Dr. Roger Struble this week, and we discuss his journey through medical school, choosing a residency program, and what residency programs look for in applicants. Come take a listen and get your ERAS up to snuff.
We have an episode from the vault this week on the Male Idiot Theory featuring Madison! This week Chris and Erik talk about all the dumb things that they did in their past lives, and the guys take turns answering pageant questions from Miss Muscatine herself. (It’s Madison).
In honor of father’s day, we bring longtime classmate and full-time father Ryan onto Podphylaxis to talk about his experience going through medical school while being married and having a son in his first year as a medical student. The gang eats crickets during the show and Ryan is going to raise his son to …
We are joined by Mary Kate this week on Podphylaxis, and we discuss our experiences on our surgery clerkship, being passionate about your work, and the cellular degeneration rates of newly minted resident physicians. The crew also gets curious about lampreys and its merits in sushi.
We take an episode out of the wintry vault as Kelly braves the blistering Iowa cold and joins us in studio to talk about viruses, before and after surgery photos, and double eyelid surgery. We also delve into the real definition of bootylicious and its medical implications.
We have a bit of a potpurri for this episode, and Dabin tries to audition at being a “recurring guest host.” Join us this week as we take about black holes, debrief on our clinical rotations thus far, and an unsolicited medical review on Jordan Peele’s psychological thriller film Us.