In episode two of The Black Doctors Podcast, Dr. Nate Jones discusses his pathway to becoming a Pediatrician. Dr. Jones has a Masters Degree in Public Policy and is currently completing a fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine. Listen in to learn about the incredible impact made by policy changes and how you can get involved. Dr. Jones talks about the significance of pipeline programs to increase diversity in healthcare. Are you or someone you know interested in becoming a Pediatrician? If you have ever dealt with imposter syndrome, you are not alone. Listen and learn how you can persevere and overcome this far-too-common condition. Listen and share. Subscribe so you will be among the first to receive weekly episodes. Next Monday I chat with Dr. Bianca Busch, a Psychiatrist opening her own practice. We discuss a program we participated in that built a community for minority resident physicians. Dr. Busch shares about specific obstacles she overcame, including the dreaded standardized tests. We wrap up by discussing relationships in medicine. TBDP is a volunteer passion project with the goal of inspiring all who listen. I personally produced and edited the music and audio. I welcome any ideas for improvements and any suggestions for future guests. Thank you so much for listening. -Steven Bradley, MD
In this inaugural episode of The Black Doctors Podcast, Dr. Steven Bradley discusses his pathway to becoming an Anesthesiologist. He talks about obstacles encountered along the way, including an episode of discrimination that occurred during his intern year and shares how he worked through the situation. Do you know anyone interested in becoming an anesthesiologist? Do you or someone you know struggle with Imposter Syndrome? Listen and share. Subscribe so you will be among the first to receive weekly episodes. Next Monday I chat with Dr. Nate Jones, a Pediatrician and health policy expert. TBDP is a volunteer passion project with the goal of inspiring all who listen. I produced and edited the music and audio. Please let me know how I can improve. Thank you so much for listening. -Steven Bradley, MD
The Black Doctors Podcasts presents the stories of minority professionals. The episodes will archive the highs and the lows, providing inspiration no matter the listener's ethnicity or level of education. Season 1 is currently in production and due to be released June 1.