ZDoggMD nails it again.  See what Doc Vader thinks about patient satisfaction.

Zubin Damania, also known as ZDoggMD, has a message to parents who are skeptical about vaccines.  Even if you don't agree, it's a video you should watch.


Advice to doctors: Beware of what you say during a procedure! Before, we had a patient secretly record an anesthesiologist during a colonoscopy. Now, a patient hid a microphone in her hair, and secretly recorded the medical staff during hernia surgery. It's now national news.

It takes a big person to admit when you're wrong.  And on April 1st, ZDoggMD admitted he was wrong about vaccines in a big way.

Good luck medical students this Match Day!  In the meantime, watch this wonderful parody from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine Class of 2016: Matchmaker Matchmaker. (There's serious talent here: They also created the viral Frozen parody, I Don't Know.)

ZDoggMD has done it again.  I Can't Feel My Face is a musical parody that teaches us the warning signs of stroke.  Watch it, so you don't forget it.

In honor of Black History Month, the folks at Diverse Medicine created a new documentary series, Black Men in White Coats.  In this installment, we meet Dr. Brian Williams, a trauma surgeon at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

ZDoggMD's latest parody: In Da Lab. Show some love to your lab techs! Where would clinicians be without them?

True confessions of an emergency physician. In this case, the UK's Michael Mosley, host of BBC's Trust Me, I'm a Doctor.   Part of the Guardian's video series, Confessions from A&E.

In honor of Black History Month, the folks at Diverse Medicine created a new documentary series, Black Men in White Coats.  In this installment, we meet Dr. Curtiss Moore, a cardiology fellow at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

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