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Meet Everett Wilson of Our Lives In Medicine Podcast in East

Today we’d like to introduce you to Everett Wilson.

Everett, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
This is a podcast about the lives of people in healthcare. I myself am a new physician who just graduated from medical school in May, 2020. On the podcast, I interview current practitioners, professional school students, and undergraduate students on their way up. The aim is to share the stories of people across the various (disciplines) of healthcare including Medicine, Dentistry, Physical Therapy, Nursing, and more. The interviews cover the journeys to their current place in healthcare, and also their lives outside of healthcare: philosophies, music taste, childhoods, etc.

Each episode also features beats from LoFi artists around the globe on the intro and outro. I am personally a huge fan of the genre and used that music to study during medical school. My hope is to showcase the underground genre and help others find good vibes through relaxing music.

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
It took me nearly eight months to get the podcast off the ground, but it has been an amazing and fun experience since then. The biggest obstacles are finding guests and handling all aspects of production myself. I record, edit, and publish all episodes, and I manage the social media site myself as well. Each recorded episode requires roughly 2-2.5 hours of additional work post-production before it is ready for publishing.

Please tell us about Our Lives In Medicine Podcast.
As before, this is a podcast about healthcare. It is known for sharing the lives of people in healthcare with listeners.

I am most proud about how widely the podcast has reached even now in its infancy. I have interviewed healthcare professionals from around the country, and around the world, and that has been such an amazing and fun experience.

This podcast is unique because of the diversity. Anyone in healthcare is welcome, even those from less “traditional” fields of healthcare including homeopathy, optometry, pharmacy, speech therapy, etc. Also, the showcasing of LoFi artists from around the world on every episode really helps set the vibe.

Any shoutouts? Who else deserves credit in this story – who has played a meaningful role?
I owe many thanks to every guest who was kind and generous enough to share their time. I have interviewed people from around the world including medical students, social workers, pharmacists, nurses, and more. Each person has shared their amazing story, and I am truly thankful for their time and contribution.

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