The Best and Worst: Internal Medicine

In the 3rd episode of the “The Best and Worst” mini series, Jamal Egbaria, MS4, sits down with internal medicine physician, Dr. Robert Centor, to discuss his career and what life is truly like as an internal medicine physician. Tune in to also hear Dr Centor share with us the story behind how he came up with the famous “Centor Criteria.” This mini series explores what life is like in different subspecialties of medicine by asking two central questions: what was the best day of your career and what was the worst day of your career?

Credits: This episode was produced by Jamal Egbaria and edited by Ryan Murphy and Chase Cox. Many thanks to Dr. Robert Centor who took us on a journey into what internal medicine is really like. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Corey Duke, and Ramya Singireddy. This show is made possible thanks to the support of UABSOM’s Student Senate. We used backing tracks from Bensound and The Red Thread.

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