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Host Dr. Pablo Rodriguez welcome for the first time twins on Medical Apprentice
Katie Brooks is this week's Medical Apprentice. She speaks fluent Spanish and said that she decided to become a doctor later in life. While in college she majored in Political Science, taking classes in sociology and Hispanic Studies. She also worked as a social worker in Philadelphia, working primarily with AIDs patients. Through her interactions with these patients and their doctors, she decided that medical school was a good choice for her. Katie combines her educational and work experience into her work as a doctor and believe it shapes the way in which she executes her profession. Katie explains that…
Brown Medical Student, Isha Parulkar, MD sits down with Dr. Pablo Rodriguez. Isha says that she decided to pursue a career in medicine because she thought it was very important to give back to the community. She has a background in Art History and says that she is very interested in pursuing a specialty in dermatology. She explains that she has always been a very visual person and is very interested in learning about conditions of the skin. On this show, Isha talks about the vulva, what is normal, and what to look for when there is an abnormality. LPR Radio Show
LPR’s host of Medical Apprentice, Dr. Pablo Rodriguez, interviewed Gretel Terrero who is a 3rd year student at Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University. Miss Terrero discussed the issues of premature labor and answered questions from listeners that called in. “Aprendiz Medico” (Medical Apprentice) is a partnership between Latino Public Radio, Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University and Women & Infants Hospital, to invite students focusing on obstetrics and gynecology to produce the contents and be interviewed on the radio show as part of their hospital clerkships.