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The Story of Arpan Doshi: UK’s Youngest Doctor Ever

By |2019-07-15T21:19:56-04:00July 15th, 2019|Categories: Becoming a Doctor After High School, Medical News|Tags: , , |

When Arpan Doshi graduated from the University of Sheffield in July 2017, he was well on his way to becoming the United Kingdom’s youngest doctor. At the young age of just 16, he completed his French Baccalaureate. By 17, he was accepted into Sheffield’s medical program. Just 31 days before his 21st birthday, he received both Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degrees. Beating Rachael Faye Hill by only 18 days for the title of the youngest doctor in the UK. Arpan Doshi Dreams of Becoming a Doctor as a Child According to a BBC report, Doshi said: “From an early age I was fascinated by how the human body worked and it’s good to [...]

Studies Show Future Doctors Should Start Prepping as Early as Age 7

By |2019-07-12T16:38:06-04:00July 10th, 2019|Categories: Becoming a Doctor After High School|

Have you always dreamed of raising children that grow up to become doctors? Well, experts say you should start encouraging them to learn about the world of medicine at the age of seven. As a parent, there are things you can do to start encouraging your child to practice medicine early on in life. Allow them to meet medical professionals and encourage conversations with their own pediatricians and other physicians. Take them to visit universities that offer science workshops and practical medicine courses. Encourage them to take part in summer internships programs for teens and children each year. Image by Владимир Берзин from Pixabay Helping Disadvantaged Children Prepare to Become [...]

How Parents Can Help Prepare Their Children for Medical School Now

By |2019-07-12T15:40:53-04:00July 8th, 2019|Categories: Becoming a Doctor After High School, Getting Into Medical School|

As a parent, you see the potential in your children. You know early on when one has the skills, ability and determination to become a doctor someday. So, we’re offering some tips to help you help your child get into medical school. There are certain skills you can help your child foster, such as persistence, balance and resilience. You need to be prepared to help your offspring choose the right college for their future medical careers. Your child also needs to choose the best extracurricular activities and college major to successful take the journey toward getting into medical school. Summer Medical Programs for High School Students in Atlanta Offered at Emory School [...]

Top Pre-Med, Medical Student & Graduate Resources: June 2019 Edition

By |2019-05-31T21:01:55-04:00June 1st, 2019|Categories: Becoming a Doctor After High School, Blog Post Roundups, Clinical Rotations Resources, Diversity In Medicine, Foreign Graduates & Doctors, Getting Into Medical School, Medical Student Resources|Tags: , , , |

MedSmarter Blog Roundup June 2019 Hot Blog Topics You May Have Missed We've been working hard behind the scenes to bring you quality blog posts each week. Some have become hot topics among our readers. Here are a few hot posts written just for you that we think you should check out. 2019 Summer Medical Internships for High School Students Who Want to Become Doctors Know a teen planning to pursue a career in medicine? There are summer research programs that offer medical internships for high school students. So, teens can start preparing for to become doctors now, while still in school. [...]

The Hospital Medical Hierarchy Every Pre-Med Should Understand

By |2019-05-31T19:17:15-04:00April 23rd, 2019|Categories: Becoming a Doctor After High School, Getting Into Medical School|Tags: , |

As a child, you dreamed of becoming a doctor someday. You watch Grey’s Anatomy and Chicago Hope mesmerized by the power and intrigue that come with titles like resident, attending or medical director. Every pre-med should understand the medical hierarchy of a hospital, so you know just how high to dream. The Hospital Medical Hierarchy Every Pre-Med Should Understand. Image by Halcyon Marine Healthcare Systems from Pixabay Every Pre-Med Should Understand the Medical Hierarchy of Hospitals There are multiple levels of practicing medicine. Many people exist on a physician team, each having their own responsibilities. Some are licensed to practice medicine, while others are studying and working hard to get there. [...]

7 Steps to Become a Doctor After High School

By |2019-04-07T01:28:48-04:00April 8th, 2019|Categories: Becoming a Doctor After High School|Tags: , |

Medicine is one of the most awesome paths to choose as a career goal. You've probably been dreaming of becoming a doctor since early childhood. If your wise, you'll start taking steps early on to become a doctor after high school. Become a Doctor After High School: These teens are members of the Macomb Future DOcs pre-college program. Image Source: Michigan State University Different Types of Physicians in the US After certification, you can choose between becoming a general practice doctor or a specialized doctor. As a general MD, you will deal with your patients' overall health. Specialized doctors focus on specific fields of study, such as neurology, orthopedics, cardiology or [...]

2019 Summer Medical Internships for High School Students Who Want to Become Doctors

By |2019-08-14T20:47:40-04:00March 25th, 2019|Categories: Becoming a Doctor After High School|Tags: , , , |

Are you a teen planning to pursue a career in medicine? There are summer research programs that offer medical internships for high school students. So, you can start preparing for your future as a doctor now, while still in school. You need to participate in as many relevant extracurricular activities while you're still in high school. These activities help grow your medial skills while building your professional resume. They also help you stand out when it's time to apply for medical school. Learn how to be a doctor after high school Benefits of Programs for High School Students Wanting to Become Doctors The best way to stand out on your [...]

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