Helping Students Become Doctors
Student Doctor Network is helping build a diverse doctor workforce by providing a wide range of free resources to help students in their educational journey.
A 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Educational Organization
All sponsorship and affiliate revenues directly fund the development of new tools and resources, which are provided for free or at cost.
Helping Build a Diverse Doctor Workforce
SDN brings together thousands of current and future healthcare students and professionals into one community to share information, offer guidance, and provide encouragement.
Created for Students by Students
Student Doctor Network was founded by medical students and residents to address a lack of information on the application process.
Founded in
1999
Members
700,000
Represents healthcare
10 professions

Student Doctor Network

Student Doctor Network is an educational nonprofit created for students, by students that is dedicated to building a diverse doctor workforce.

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The Short Coat Podcast

Spooky Med Student Stories

Today’s show features multiple screams, so don’t freak out.  Because it’s Halloweeeeeeeen!  Co-hosts Hillary O’Brien, Jenna Johnson, Elizabeth Shirazi, and newbie Erica Noyes (all M1s) tell their scary med student stories for your entertainment.  And Short Coat MD Wannabe has a serious question about her future, as her post-bacc program is proving harder than expected.

Prospective Doctor

Podcast 65: BS/MD

This is the first episode in a miniseries about BSMD. Two students who have gone through the process, Yash and Shree, know everything that there is to know about BSMD and host today’s podcast.

Podphylaxis

Episode 34 – Birdhole Part 2 (feat. Madison)

We are back with a reunion episode that was due two months ago! So this is our official 14 month anniversary. Madison joins us facilitating a riveting question set designed by psychologist Arthur Aron that alleges to accelerate intimacy between strangers after answering 36 questions. As Erik so eloquently states, “We get down and dirty …