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Podcasts: Podcasts in Medical Education

Podcasts for Curriculum Review and Board Prep

Education-Focused Podcasts for Faculty

Podcasts for Medicine and Allied Health

You know you may not absorb everything when you listen to a podcast while riding the metro or going for a run. But you also think that listening to podcasts can help you reinforce materials you learn in your classes, stay up-to-date in your field, explore new topics, and give you something to talk about [insert citation for journal article]. 

We’ve curated a list of podcasts for various interests and provided links to Himmelfarb resources to assist you in that follow-up search after you’ve finished that run. 

Why listen to podcasts?

  • Reinforce curriculum materials
  • Gain awareness, exposure
  • Stay up-to-date in your field
  • Explore new topics and spark new ideas
  • Learn to speak the language of the specialty
  • Multi-task
  • Find something to talk about with colleagues
  • Continuous learning
  • Specialization 
  • Personalized learning and exploration

Manage expectations

You may not absorb everything you hear in a podcast if you are multi-tasking. You will have to conduct follow-up searches or read chapters - podcasts will not entirely replace these. Himmelfarb Library offers a variety of resources to complement the podcasts listed on this guide.

Podcasts in Medical Education

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