The ITB USMLE, COMLEX, & Medical School Podcast
Teaching You to Think like a Question Writer
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In this episode, we talk with Dr. Aaron McGuffin from Universal Notes about how to bounce back from failure in medical school and how todissect pediatrics questions. Plus we discuss trends in medical education and how Universal Notes can help you in your classes and in your clerkships.
Our question of the day concerns how to diagnose and treat strawberry hemangiomas like this one…
Aaron McGuffin is formerly the Senior Associate Dean for Medical Student Education at Marshall University and is currently the director of graduate medical education and residency education at King’s Daughters Medical Center. Dr. McGuffin earned his medical degree from Marshall University School of Medicine in 1994 and completed a residency in internal medicine/pediatrics at Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine in 2003.
He is the senior editor and founder of Universal Notes. Follow @UniversalNotes on Twitter.
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Music for this episode is brought to you by Anthony Jay Sanders, frontman for ITB music alums, the Island of Misfit Toys. This episode opens with the song “Wild Things” from Anthony’s solo EP “Fear Mint Vol. 2” which you can find on Spotify.
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And while you’re at it, you must listen to the Island of Misfit Toys’ Audiotree performance.
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