How I Got Into Residency | My Medical Journey | Doctor Mike

How I Got Into Residency | My Medical Journey | Doctor Mike


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    Vanessa Cruz Pagan

    You have frecklesssssss 😮😄 so cute … Never noticed till now. Or is it that you getting sun damage?? That can happen right?

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    Aryan Islam

    Great video, great advice overall really enjoyed this long (but great) video about your whole journey and your perspective about a lot of things especially balancing your role as a doctor and your social media presence. Keep up the good work 😀

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    Nikole Mendez

    Today is the first time I come across your channel and it is awesome! Thank you so much for sharing all your experiences and caring about others.

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    O K

    I admire your curiosity for the science and for your strong ethics. I wish there are more doctors such as yourself. The world would truly be a better place.

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    ENTERTAINMENT BY AQ MAZARI

    Dr Mike Can you be more precise, what are the criterias for sitting in match! like Research papers, recommendation from the doctors, what are the other things in which we have to be expert and skilled?

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    pcmjedi

    I appreciate good content wherever I go. Thank you for trying your best to stay ethical. A month ago, I watched doctors advertise Xarelto for PAD and CVD prevention. Let's just say, it does not look good when you mix actual medical profession with marketing. Keep up the good work and you do you.

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    Erika Goodwin

    I am not a person wanna be a doctor (I'm an airline engineer) though, what you said about a job or career, stop complaining and enjoy working in the place you choose, hit me well. I'm now trying to move on and figuring out my life and career. Your positive words on YouTube give me so much motivation. Thank you!
    If you allow me to say what I wanna watch about, I would love to watch a video about when your day is super shitty. Or like showing us you are actually human (not a robot) 😂
    Thank you 🙂

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    Pam Nithikasem

    Lol. My daughter volunteered to play piano at Overlook every Sunday and when I heard that you were doing a residency there, I kept looking on the doctors that walked by. Thanks for being such an inspiration for the youth and give them some insights in medicine field!

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    CW's The Flash

    u are such an inspiration
    And honestly i don't only listen to you because you're hot ( well maybe a little lol ) but you actually inspire me to become a better version of myself. And what you're saying really will help me in the near future both in my health and life in general. So i wanna thank you for everything that you do for me and everyone for this matter. I will love you forevaaaa

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    FitzChivalry Farseer

    I would be happy to have you as my doctor. Your caring, passion and honesty always shines through

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    Jesse Mann

    I am interested in seeing a video about you talking about a more detailed breakdown of the actual med school experience from the hours spent on rotations and on site hours actually spent at the hospitals. Elaborating on procedures actually done by interns and 1st and 2nd year residents

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    Lakshmi Narayanan

    Hai, brother I just started to watch your youtube channel
    To be honest I love it. I also came to understand what all quality a doctor should have & how to behave to patients…….
    I would like to ask 1 question
    How much hours of sleep required for a medical student to be energetic whole day ?
    I believe u should also concern about my worries 😊☺

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    linchen BAM

    I like how you corrected yourself that you are human first and doctor second and you beeing famous comes after that.

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    Tay Wimberly

    My currently declared major is Psychology.. the way you described the behavioral psychologist's questions during the interview made me giggle because that is how I think about when I am alone. 😂💭 I am not overly concerned with other's opinions of me, however, I am always eager to gather additional information to consider during my moments of introspection towards positive growth. 😉🙃

    I came across a video of yours for the first time in the middle of the night last night while listening to videos and taking notes and reading medical studies (because that's what all of the "cool" 25 year old females do on a Friday night, right?!🤓) I greatly admire that you have stayed true to yourself and only accepted offers for products you truly believe in. One of the few videos I have seen was the one you did for Mother's Day & the habits you had as a child, so it's nice to see how far you have come..getting Charmin offers and all.😉💩🚫🚿🚽🤐😂
    Thanks for making these types of videos with real information for real people. I'm glad I discovered your page and I am looking forward to seeing what else you have contributed to this world, "hot doctor." 😉🙏🔥

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    Siti Maisarah Wahhiddan

    You've got the best life sharing ever!!!! I guess a lot of people out there surely get inspired from you

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    Yaz Villarias

    The thing with the behavioral psychologist might be a way of seeing how you think others think about you… I dunno, maybe.

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    Samantha Garcia

    Does every medical student match to a residency program? Or are there situations where a student does not match at all? Really enjoyed this video!

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    BagOfTricks

    Exceptionally respectful human being. Deserves all the recognition and more importantly the platform to share his knowledge.

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    Bellefeu

    postsurgical fever is like future traumatic stress disorder. There are so many negative things associated with it; malignant hyperthermia, hypersensitivity reaction w/ anaphylaxis, compartment syndrome, my god it's awful.

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    Ann Andrada

    The whole thing about the vacation before residency… I tell my students this allllll the time. Some students I work with are like, shouldn't I move up my vacation and use it for another audition rotation or do more interviews? In some cases it makes sense…however more times than not, I tell them to leave it at the end if itis already the last block and take advantage of it!! Enjoy what you have accomplished and you really did earn that time!

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    Jennifer Smith

    If you hadn't had this much of information and knowledge I would never believe that you're a doctor, what I want to say is that your personality is completely different from the usual one for doctors'. Your high intelligence is a non negotiable thing besides you're really a nice person.
    But you're cool and funny as well, you've always made me wonder how can a person be good at everything 🤔
    Honestly, my view towards doctors changed because of you.

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    Audrey Claire

    Dr. Mike, I am a prospective medical student, still completing my undergrad. I'm wondering how difficult it may be to get residency in a specific state that you'd like. My concern with pursuing medical school and residency is not being able to live by my fiancé, who is an Air Traffic Controller, and does not have the option to up and move to a new location. Let's say we live in Texas, and assuming I get into Baylor… do you think it would be extremely difficult to find a residency in Texas? Or would I need to expect potentially getting accepted to a residency program elsewhere in the country?

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    Nondumiso Ngcobo

    Oh my word!!! I think I've watched about 30 of his videos in the past 2 days!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE every single one!!!!!!!

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    John Capada

    As a person who aspires to become a doctor someday, this is an interesting side to a doctor's story. I thought you needed to give up your own life just so that you could study but I guess it's more than just studying. Love your vids. Y u so handsome?😂 it's unfair😂. New Subscriber💪

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    Bitter Sweet

    I think it’s weird that the hospital allowed you to take picture. A nurse got fired for posting a picture of a empty OR. Can you go into detail to how you were allowed to take pictures

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    skiaddict7

    "Nothing is going to prepare you for what you'll experience in residency." – no truer words have ever been spoken! Nothing could have or did prepare me, it's just something you have to experience and get through.

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    bobaliciously

    All I can say is that you’re a very caring, respectful, and responsible doctor. You inspire me when it comes to learning about these things, it helps me learn more about diseases and my own health. I’ve became more educated because of you, you inspire me to learn more in school. Also, for those thinking that some people are too young or too old to learn these things are simply ridiculous and stupid. Anyone from all ranges in age can learn about health, it really doesn’t matter. I’m 12 years old and I’m learning about this, no one can stop me.

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    Casper Ges

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    Kalpana Chandel

    I definitely made the right choice by subscribing your channel . Sir , your videos are really helpful . Thank you for your service .

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    Zephyrian

    could you review weird psuedo science gadgets and commercials, i think it would be cool to see your take on several things, such as Unedited Footage of a Bear by Alan Resnick.

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    nafida cobra jessy

    My grandpa pome up 17 chicken from their 120 cousins stay in uk . They all ur followers lol. I am only uk my dad was British. I was bullied in USA for warring hijab 😼😼😼

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    cynthia ventrella

    Hi Dr. Mike,
    I'm re-listening to this video (as well as your pre-med video) for the 3rd time because you literally inspire me and help me a lot with the anxiety and doubt that comes with wanting to pursue medicine. I am currently a graduate student, been rejected from med school already and sometimes that doubt sets in real hard for me and although I've been getting positive feedback and I have a super amazing support system behind me, the mind can be a dangerous tool and just make you feel so little and unworthy…so I just wanna say thanks again! If I become an MD in my country, I know that your channel will have helped me through that, providing fantastic insight on several topics and just overall being a swell guy! Thanks again man!

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    Katherine McCarney

    Omfg. Xanga. I truly wish I could remember my xanga name and could go look at what “Emo” teenager me wrote about. Also, what dr mike wrote haha.

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    AmirMasoud Khorsandi

    Hey Doctor Mike!
    I'm deeply affected by your excellent passion. I'm glad that I've found a channel on Youtube which has positive and useful content and also motivates and teaches me as a M.D student to study better and at the same time, to enjoy my life and to be happy.
    I really appreciate it.

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    Ally Han

    This is so cool! I actually want to become a doctor too! I’m actually training myself to know some of the doctor tricks too! I already know how to do CPR and First Aid too!

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    Fruit Philosopher

    Dr Mike, what you said about recommending the treatments you believe work being your job as a doctor, and not taking more money for that, gives me a lot of confidence that you've thought this through. And I have never seen you say anything questionable yet. You give medical students and hopefuls a good role model and motivation 😀

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    CircaOG7

    Hi Dr. Can you please talk about Family Medicine residency and all that specialty entails for medical students? Please. I know you gave a little excerpt here, but we also know it's more than that. Thank you Sir. Great vids!

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    George Andor

    Dr. Mike — an issue that is SUPER important and NOT meant to be offensive but needs some firm push back. Please REFRAIN from EVER EVER (did I say EVER) saying that you chose the DO residency path because you "believe in treating the patient as a whole" etc etc. This is to suggest/insinuate that somehow the MD philosopy does NOT do this. I know what you're going to say — no, no, no, I certainly didn't mean that, etc etc. I'm sure you didn't (I really am), however if indeed you didn't even just slightly imply this, you wouldn't have used it as a comparison statement to establish differences b/w DO and MD residencies, would you've? This implication is FREQUENTLY used by similar DO physicians when justifying why they chose a DO path, when in reality the VAST majority of DO folks simply couldn't get into the MD track, hence DO was their back-up. FULL STOP. Again, I recognize that you are unique in that you actually WANTED to go into DO, which is great, however it is otherwise a COMPLETELY FACTUALLY false statement/insinuation otherwise (some of this is also in your "MD vs DO" video too). Your ability to "treat the patient as a whole" is MUCH more a manifestation of your personal philosophy and characteristics, than your degree. And by the way, the statement "treat the patient as a whole" is a whole lotta nothing screaming of pretension; if what you mean is take the BEST FREAKIN' CARE of your patients possible while incorporating their lifestyles, social factors, emotional state, etc, then indeed, I and MANY other physicians practice this too and don't need to scream it from the rooftops by saying such a statement. Working in medicine (as I think you'd agree), I've noticed that the BEST and most HUMBLE physicians who practice this are typically the ones who never have to say that…funny how that works, huh? Actions speak louder than words and this is one of those things that best be less spoken and more acted; with time these actions will inevitably show others than indeed you are that type of "treat as a whole" physician. Finally, I say this not to make myself happy but instead to clarify to your thousands of viewers not in medicine who are quite impressionable from your videos about the meaning of these things. Let us be sure to be honest first. Keep doing the good work in FM.

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    Erin S.

    25:32 "obviously i've gotten 7 figure offers from vitamin supplement companies" …i didn't kno that was obvious but um…noted!

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