Virtual Shadowing for Premed Students

Welcome to Virtual Rounds!

Experienced Team

Our team of doctors and medical students have had a wide experience with a variety of patient encounters and are eager to share their knowledge with you via this virtual shadowing experience.

Active Learning

Throughout each virtual shadowing session, you will actively participate by answering and asking questions about the week’s proposed case. Like an in-person shadowing experience, we strive to stimulate students intellectually and ultimately reaffirm their interest in medicine.

Valuable Extracurricular

There is not any particular virtual shadowing opportunity that can guarantee their sessions qualify as “shadowing hours” on your medical school application. However, our sessions will certainly count as an extracurricular activity, not to mention a valuable experience for you to reflect on in your AMCAS or AACOMAS application.

How will each Virtual Rounds session will work?

Register

Register for the Virtual Rounds Session:

Fill out this brief registration form. There is no cost for this virtual premed shadowing opportunity. Consider this a part of our dedication to your success as a pre-medical student. 

Register
Virtual Round Session

What does each Virtual Rounds session contain?

Each session will contain one or two doctors and/or medical students who will each present a case. Each case presentation will include: 

  1. Case Details 
  2. Differential Diagnosis 
  3. Physical Exam
  4. Assessment/Plan 
  5. Pathology 
  6. Sources

Throughout the case you will also fill out a SOAP note which will give you the opportunity to learn and enhance your medical documentation skills prior to beginning your medical education.

Each case presentation will last approximately one hour as well as will be recorded and later posted to our YouTube channel for viewing after the live session.

Virtual Round Session
Zoom Link

Click on the Zoom link that was emailed to you.

When the date and time has arrive for the Virtual Rounds session, click on the Zoom link that was emailed to you. If you do not see an email, check your “Spam” folder. If you still are unable to locate our email, please contact support@motivatemd.com

Zoom Link
Tracking Hours

We will track attendance for you!

Motivate MD will do the hard work for you so that you can focus on learning as much as possible during the live session. When the time comes for you to gather how many hours you have dedicated to this virtual shadowing extracuricular activity, just email support@motivatemd.com

Tracking Hours

What makes Virtual Rounds different from other virtual shadowing options?

We are a smaller team which means your voice will be heard as well as attendance noticed and appreciated during our sessions. This will allow you to actively participate with our presenters during every session. Why is this important? Our goal is to have our sessions will leave a lasting impression on you in order to potentially give you something significant to reflect on within your medical school application. 

Can I put these hours on my medical school application?

These session hours can 100% be put under your “Activities Section” of your application and labeled as “Virtual Shadowing Experience”. The important part about these sessions is to make sure you actively participate and synthesize as much information as possible during the session so you have something to write about within your activities section. For the contact info please list the following info: 

  • Person to contact: Drew Porter, M.D. 
  • Email: admin@motivatemd.com 
  • Location: Memphis, TN

Please note at this time, there is no “Virtual Shadowing” or “eShadowing” experience that will count as actual shadowing hours on your application. If the virtual shadowing program says they will give you a “Certificate of Completion”, it doe not mean the medical school school will count the hours as shadowing hours. The certificate is just a way for virtual shadowing programs to gain credibility. 

Previous Sessions

  • January 27th, 2021 @ 7 pm MST 
    • Presenter: Emma F.
    • Topic: Internal Medicine
    • Case: Gastrointestinal Bleeding
    • Participant’s Thoughts:
      • Avg. Rating for this Session: 10/10
      • “This was the best virtual shadowing experience I’ve been a part of, thank you so much!”
  •  Watch the session below:
  • February 10th, 2021 @ 5 pm CST 
    • Presenter: Emma I. 
    • Topic: Emergency Medicine 
    • Case: Pneumothorax 
    • Participant’s Thoughts:
      • Avg. Rating for this Session: 10/10
  •  Watch the session below:
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The Schedule

Below are the upcoming sessions:

  • February 24th, 2021 @ 7 pm MST 
    • Presenter: Emma F.
    • Topic: Hematology / Oncology 
    • Case: Leukemias
    • Register here
  • March 10th, 2021 @ TBD 
    • Presenter: Emma I.
    • Topic: Radiology 
    • Case: Basics of Reading Chest Xray + CT
    • Register here
  • March 24th, 2021 @ TBD
    • Presenter: Karan
    • Topic: General Surgery
    • Case: Cholecystectomy
    • Register here 
  • April 7th, 2021 @ TBD
    • Presenter: Emma I.
    • Topic: Psychiatry
    • Case: Personality Disorders
    • Register here 
  • April 21st, 2021 @ TBD
    • Presenter: Emma I.
    • Topic: Emergency Medicine
    • Case: Cardiac Arrest
    • Register here 
  • May 5th, 2021 @ 7 pm MST
    • Presenter: Emma F.
    • Topic: Endocrinology  
    • Case: Thyroid Disorders
    • Register here

Disclaimer: All information within our Virtual Rounds Sessions are for educational purposes only.

Join countless premed students across the country who are taking advantage of this virtual shadowing experience!

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Meet The Virtual Rounds Team

Michaela B., M.D./MBA

Emergency Medicine Physician 

Medical School: University of Virginia School of Medicine 

Ravin P., D.O.

Family Medicine Physician 

Medical School: NSU-COM

Emma F.

MS3 at the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine

Emma I.

MS4 at Kansas City University

Karan K.

MS3 at Touro College of Osteopathic Medical School

Erin O.

MS3 at the University of Miami

John P.

MS3 at SUNY Downstate Medical Center