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

About us
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
What We’re Listening To
Sharp Scratch

Working Hard or Hardly Working

Do you have a healthy work-life balance? Find out what actually counts as work, and whether medicine means sacrificing your social life...

This week the team is joined by Sharp Scratch’s old friend Greta McLachlan, Higher General Surgical Trainee and Leadership Fellow at Cleveland Clinic London, to talk about their social lives, maintaining a work-life balance, and training less than full time.

VIN Foundation: Veterinary Pulse

Veterinary Pulse: Justice Birdsong

Join VIN Foundation Board Member Dr. Matt Holland as he talks with Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (RUSVM) student Justice Birdsong. She shares her advice for creating a network in the profession, how she encourages empathy among colleagues, and her personal journey to veterinary medicine. As a Co-Founder of the RUSVM National Association of Black Veterinarians chapter, and her role as Secretary for RUSVM SAVMA, she shares her dedication to making the profession a better place for underrepresented veterinary students.

The Short Coat Podcast

Did Match Day Implode?

Match Week is huge for senior medical students. It’s the week they find out if they will continue their training (yikes!), and where in the country they will go to complete it…and this year’s match was even more-than-usually anxiety-provoking due to COVID.

Other podcasts we're listening to
D.O. or Do Not

D.O. or Do Not: Jason Haxton M.A., DO (h.c.) Director of the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine

Welcome to the first episode in our series highlighting physicians for  Osteopathic Awareness Month. Today we interview Jason Haxton, who has been awarded an "honorary D.O." because of his role as the director of the museum of osteopathic medicine in Kirksville, MO. for the past 20 years.  Today he will share with us some of the fascinating history of osteopathy.

D.O. or DO not

Tara Gaston D.O. Orthopedic Resident

Dr. Tara Gaston. Dr. Gaston is a 5th year orthopedic resident at Rowan University and Jefferson-Kennedy Hospital. Prior to receiving her DO degree at Rowan University, she obtained her Masters in physiology and biophysics and a bachelors at Gettysburg college. She is married to a previous guest we have had on this podcast, Dr. Ryan Moncman, a neurosurgery resident. In this episode, Dr. Gaston talks about what made her choose orthopedic surgery and her journey into the challenges to women in what is historically perceived as a male-dominated field. We hope you enjoy this episode and our others dedicated to women’s history month.

The Short Coat Podcast

Complimentary Medicine

It must have been a bad week for someone, because Dave thought it’d be great to have a compliment festival. Of course, compliments have a huge role in learning, though Dave wasn’t sure there were enough opportunities for getting compliments during the pre-clinical years. So he asked M1s AJ Chowdhury, Nicole Hines, and Rick Gardner, and M4 Marisa Evers to join him in complimenting each other just for fun.

Money Guy Show

How to Make Your Financial Dreams a Reality! (Setting Goals Like a Pro‪)‬

Life is a collection of big decisions and trade-offs that can have a significant impact on your life. Strong goals are what keep you on the path that will get you where you want to go. Goals function as our "why." They are a grounding force, helping us make big and small decisions. We've experienced this in our own lives. Now we're sharing our secrets with you! Accomplished goals are the secret to a fulfilled life. Let's teach you how to make your dreams a reality and set goals like a pro!