Towards the middle of my third year in Residency, I had the idea to make this episode.
I wanted to get a bunch of tips and tricks from all my attending's and co-residents. What ended up happening was a little different than I planned. Unintentionally I switched the question I was asking from "what is a tip or trick you have?" to "what is your one bit of advice?".
What resulted is a mix of advice, tips and life lessons from some of my best friends and colleagues.
Also, pardon the brief profanities, but hey, its the ER.
I am starting a series of interviews with physicians who have led interesting careers and have great stories to tell. The first of many future interviews to come.
There is more to medicine than just working in the hospital - tactical medicine, wilderness medicine, entrepreneurs, founders, international medicine and doctors involved in politics and film. Through this series of interviews I will explore all the various paths that are available to physicians - clinical, non-clinical and international.
If you have anyone who wants to be on the show or who you want to hear just email me; firstname.lastname@example.org!
In this episode I interview Dr. Jeremy Tucker an emergency medicine physician, entrepreneur, co-founder and technology enthusiast with interests in artificial intelligence and drones.
Dr. Tucker is the co-founder of a company Medssenger and Board Member for Fruit Street, a HIPPA-Compliant Telehealth Software for Lifestyle and Obesity Medicine.
Special Thanks to Producer Syndrome for the intro music! "https://www.youtube.com/user/TheHipHopFix"