Medical Bombs of Knowledge is creating Medical Podcasts
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The study of Medicine is difficult enough to master, but teaching it should not add to the difficulty. I believe that better teaching makes better physicians, and therefore a healthier world. Sounds like a good deal, right? The key to better teaching is to concentrate on concepts.
Concept (/känˌsept/): a “reoccurring theme” that prevails within a particular organ system or is shared across multiple pathophysiological conditions.
By mastering concepts one is able to use them as scaffolding to hang more detailed material from. It is from this scaffolding that one can build a solid foundation in clinical medicine. My podcasts do just that- they're entertaining, informative, and best of all, no longer than 30 minutes, so you have time to grab a workout or Netflix episode before heading back to the hospital for work.
I ask not only for your listening, but for your support!
I ask for funds simply to support me during these projects because to be honest, being a resident physician during the day and podcasting at night makes me really hungry. And I need to pay for a better microphone.

Bombs away,
Blake Briggs, MD

Check out my review book, 201 Pathophysiology Questions, on Amazon: 
https://www.amazon.com/201-Pathophysiology-Questio...
Tiers
Bombardier
$3 or more per month
  • Access to unique high yield review podcasts per month that teach important medical concepts, paints descriptive pictures of pathophysiology, and offers easy ways to memorize them.
  • Access to download relevant high yield podcast summaries and notes that correspond to the published podcasts.
  • Weekly EKG, X-ray, review questions
Goals
18% complete
There is something disturbingly lacking in Medical Education these days. 
1) Excitement
2) High yield teaching that makes things simple.
I want to change that. Medicine is incredible! And it should be taught that way. As we work together to bring more podcasts and high yield summaries, I want to increase the number of podcasts per month. In order to do that, I need your financial help. Residency is difficult, but I make time to do these podcasts because I LOVE medicine. I only ask for funds to help me manage my equipment and occasionally eat when I'm not at the hospital.
Sure, these stakes are high. But I'd like to think Hippocrates had it harder when he was the first doctor to practice actual scientific medicine. However, what Hippocrates didn't have, (besides a microphone and a laptop) was the humbling support of so many listeners.
Bombs away,
Blake Briggs, MD
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The study of Medicine is difficult enough to master, but teaching it should not add to the difficulty. I believe that better teaching makes better physicians, and therefore a healthier world. Sounds like a good deal, right? The key to better teaching is to concentrate on concepts.
Concept (/känˌsept/): a “reoccurring theme” that prevails within a particular organ system or is shared across multiple pathophysiological conditions.
By mastering concepts one is able to use them as scaffolding to hang more detailed material from. It is from this scaffolding that one can build a solid foundation in clinical medicine. My podcasts do just that- they're entertaining, informative, and best of all, no longer than 30 minutes, so you have time to grab a workout or Netflix episode before heading back to the hospital for work.
I ask not only for your listening, but for your support!
I ask for funds simply to support me during these projects because to be honest, being a resident physician during the day and podcasting at night makes me really hungry. And I need to pay for a better microphone.

Bombs away,
Blake Briggs, MD

Check out my review book, 201 Pathophysiology Questions, on Amazon: 
https://www.amazon.com/201-Pathophysiology-Questio...

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Bombardier
$3 or more per month
  • Access to unique high yield review podcasts per month that teach important medical concepts, paints descriptive pictures of pathophysiology, and offers easy ways to memorize them.
  • Access to download relevant high yield podcast summaries and notes that correspond to the published podcasts.
  • Weekly EKG, X-ray, review questions