In a groundbreaking move towards enhancing education and community engagement, the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine has introduced an innovative video podcast called “The D.O. Pulse,” D.O. for Doctor of Osteopathy. This 30-minute show offers a unique insight into the world of osteopathy, health tips, education, and community.
Watch our first episode here.
The D.O. Pulse brings together medical experts in the field of osteopathic medicine. Each episodes dive into diverse topics, shedding light on the principles and practices of osteopathy while featuring insightful discussions with renowned professionals. This podcast aims not only to educate but also to inspire both aspiring and practicing healthcare professionals.
“One of our primary goals at Burrell is to make education not only informative but also engaging and accessible. The D.O. Pulse allows us to achieve this by bringing the expertise of our faculty and the unique Burrell experience to a wider audience,” says John Hummer, President of Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine.
One of the distinctive features of The D.O. Pulse is its focus on providing viewers with a firsthand experience of what it’s like to attend Burrell. Through engaging narratives and interviews, the podcast offers a glimpse into the unique culture, innovative teaching methodologies, and supportive community that define the Burrell experience. Prospective students and those curious about the world of med school will find valuable insights into the academic and social aspects of life at Burrell.
The decision to venture into the realm of podcasting underscores Burrell’s commitment to embracing modern and accessible forms of education. By leveraging the power of digital media, The D.O. Pulse not only reaches a broader audience but also contributes to the growing conversation around osteopathy and its significance in the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare.
The podcast will be available on Burrell’s YouTube channel and shared on various podcast platforms, with new episodes taped once a month.