00:24 What is urology?
00:45 Why did you choose medicine and urology? What was your path to becoming a doctor?
02:29 Is urology a medical specialty or a subspecialty?
04:00 How to match into a good urology residency (tips)?
05:17 Is it difficult to switch residencies to a different specialty?
05:51 Are there subspecialties of urology + resources to become a urologist?
06:49 What are the most common cases you see in urology?
08:24 What is a typical day in the life of a urologist like?
10:02 How were your work hours on clinic vs surgery days?
10:22 How is the urologist lifestyle different than other surgical specialties?
12:06 Is there no call for urology?
12:30 How would you recommend urologists pursue nonclinical activities?
13:19 What personality types or traits are best for urology?
13:33 What’s most challenging about urology?
15:16 What’s the most rewarding aspect of urology?
17:09 How well are urologists compensated?
17:50 Tips for new doctors to manage finances better?
18:54 Employment settings in urology (private practice, groups, etc)
19:40 How do you stay on top of medical advances (or recommend doing so)?
20:36 How do you recommend preventing burnout?
21:31 How to establish a work-life balance in residency and after?
22:03 What did you do to destress and prevent burnout?
23:14 If you had to go back, would you choose the same specialty?
23:57 Would you recommend we hire a financial advisor/make certain investments?
24:41 How has medicine changed, and where do you see it going in the future?
26:01 What big advances like EMR will likely happen in the next few decades?
26:44 How do you become a good doctor (advice)?
Dr. C is a retired urologist who met with me to discuss topics like types of cases he used to see, a typical day in the life, his positive and negative experiences in the field, and how to match into a urology residency after med school.
MEDICAL SCHOOL RESOURCES I RECOMMEND
Boards and Beyond:
First Aid Cases:
MED STUDENT GIFT IDEAS:
WORKOUT EQUIPMENT I RECOMMEND:
Hip Thrust pad:
USEFUL MED SCHOOL GEAR, TOOLS, SUPPLIES, OR GIFTS:
Littmann Cl3 stethoscope:
Littmann Master Cardio:
Littmann Cardio iv:
First is good, last two are more than necessary but extra sensitive
DEVICE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MED SCHOOL:
Wacom Intuos Small:
Wacom Intuos Small w/ wireless adaptor:
Intuos Medium wireless:
^^larger size not necessary
iPad Pro 10.7″ :
^^a little easier to carry in your whitecoat vs 12.9″
iPad 2018 to save money:
Laptop: Pretty much any PC nowadays works, Apple, Microsoft, etc doesn’t matter.
When Breath Becomes Air:
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks:
Blurry Background Lens:
For smooth shots:
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