Podcast of the Week: Hippocratic Hustle

This podcast is good for those who are interested in: balancing medicine with entrepreneurship, particularly as a female physician

Typical length of episodes: 45 minutes to 1 hour

How often a new episode comes out: Published every one to two weeks (varies)

Episode topics: Medical apps, selling products online, writing for the media, having children & maternity leave, all about Au Pairs, fostering entrepreneurship in our children, retirement planning

Sample episode — “Medical Apps”: The episode features guest Dana Rice, a urologist with two children (both girls, ages 4 and 18 months). Rice and her husband designed an app for women to detect UTI symptoms early-on by tracking their lifestyle patterns. In the episode, Rice lays out her path to developing the app. She also discusses how the growing UTI industry is eating up medical dollars in the U.S.

Tidbit about the show: The guests like to give the rundown on how their side-hustle impacts their professional life as a physician.

About the host: Carrie Reynolds, MD is a board certified Pediatric Gastroenterologist with an interest in advanced endoscopy. She is part of the American Board of Pediatrics and is based in Lone Tree, CO.

Listen via: iTunes, Stitcher

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