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Podcasts/Vodcasts relevant to the USMLE Step 1-3 exams and 3rd year shelf exams.

Recent Episodes
  • Divine Intervention Episode 448: What to do if you did not match + Some ERAS 2023/2024 recommendations
    Mar 22, 2023 – 25:55
  • Announcement: April Step 1/COMLEX 1 and NBME Test Taking Strategies Class
    Mar 18, 2023 – 07:04
  • Divine Intervention Episode 447: How to use The Divine Intervention Podcasts in 2023
    Mar 17, 2023 – 27:29
  • Divine Intervention Episode 446: Divine Patch (Updates/Corrections from Past Episodes)
    Mar 3, 2023 – 17:30
  • Announcement: March Step 1, 2, and 3 Classes + The NBME Test Taking Strategies Class, 4 Hour Biostatistics Class, and 5 Hour Social Sciences/Ethics Review
    Mar 1, 2023 – 12:58
  • Divine Intervention Episode 445: The Clutch MI Complications Podcast (Step 1-3)
    Feb 28, 2023 – 29:44
  • Divine Intervention Episode 444: The Clutch Thromboses Podcast (for Step 1-3)
    Feb 24, 2023 – 25:14
  • Divine Intervention Episode 443: The Clutch Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitor Podcast (for Step 1-3)
    Feb 21, 2023 – 32:13
  • Divine Intervention Episode 442: USMLE Step 2/3 Rapid Review Series 92
    Feb 17, 2023 – 22:39
  • Divine Intervention Episode 441: How To Make A Rank List
    Feb 14, 2023 – 29:47
  • Divine Intervention Episode 440: High Dose Dexamethasone (New USMLE Perspective)
    Feb 3, 2023 – 11:43
  • Divine Intervention Episode 439: Anion Gap Metabolic Acidosis 1
    Feb 1, 2023 – 21:58
  • Divine Intervention Episode 438: USMLE Step 2/3 Rapid Review Series 91
    Jan 27, 2023 – 23:54
  • Divine Intervention Episode 437: Infectious Populations (IV Drug Users)
    Jan 24, 2023 – 24:35
  • Divine Intervention Episode 436: Eye Findings and The USMLEs (floridly HY for Step 1-3)
    Jan 17, 2023 – 29:07
  • Divine Intervention Episode 435: Diseases of The Neuromuscular Junction (for Step 1-3)
    Jan 12, 2023 – 20:37
  • Divine Intervention Episode 434: USMLE Step 2/3 Rapid Review Series 90
    Jan 10, 2023 – 24:23
  • Divine Intervention Episode 433: Adverse Drug Reactions for The USMLE exams Part 2 (Step 1-3)
    Dec 31, 2022 – 38:47
  • Divine Intervention Episode 432: Pharmacology Blitz
    Dec 29, 2022 – 39:40
  • Divine Intervention Episode 431: USMLE Step 2CK/3 Rapid Review Series 89
    Dec 14, 2022 – 36:55
  • Divine Intervention Episode 430: The Clutch Renin Angiotensin Aldosterone System Podcast (For Step 1-3)
    Dec 7, 2022 – 32:58
  • Divine Intervention Episode 429: ICU Series Part 2-Crystalloid Solutions
    Dec 5, 2022 – 32:46
  • Divine Intervention Episode 428: X-Linked Dominant Disorders (for Step 1-3)
    Nov 22, 2022 – 19:13
  • Divine Intervention Episode 427: USMLE Step 2/3 Rapid Review Series 88
    Nov 15, 2022 – 24:13
  • Divine Intervention Episode 426: USMLE Step 2/3 Rapid Review Series 87
    Nov 10, 2022 – 32:27
  • Divine Intervention Episode 425: Pulmonary Pathophysiology Series 13
    Nov 8, 2022 – 31:12
  • Divine Intervention Episode 424: HY Rules For Remembering Modes of Inheritance
    Nov 3, 2022 – 17:00
  • Divine Intervention Episode 423: USMLE Step 2/3 Rapid Review Series 86
    Nov 1, 2022 – 23:56
  • Divine Intervention Episode 422: Pulmonary Pathophysiology Series 12
    Oct 27, 2022 – 24:39
  • Divine Intervention Episode 421: Pulmonary Pathophysiology Series 11
    Oct 25, 2022 – 33:14
  • Divine Intervention Episode 420: USMLE Step 2/3 Rapid Review Series 85
    Oct 20, 2022 – 21:31
  • Divine Intervention Episode 419: Pulmonary Pathophysiology Series 10
    Oct 18, 2022 – 30:36
  • Divine Intervention Episode 418: Pulmonary Pathophysiology Series 9
    Oct 13, 2022 – 26:34
  • Divine Intervention Episode 417: Pulmonary Pathophysiology Series 8
    Oct 11, 2022 – 36:05
  • Divine Intervention Episode 416: ICU Prep For Residents and Medical Students (Part 1-Foundation)
    Oct 6, 2022 – 29:05
  • Divine Intervention Episode 415 – USMLE Step 2/3 Rapid Review Series 84
    Oct 5, 2022 – 15:27
  • Divine Intervention Episode 414: 18 Personal Statement Don’ts
    Sep 14, 2022 – 27:27
  • Divine Intervention Episode 413: USMLE Step 2/3 Rapid Review Series 83
    Sep 1, 2022 – 29:15
  • Divine Intervention Episode 412: USMLE Step 2/3 Rapid Review Series 82
    Aug 24, 2022 – 24:02
  • Divine Intervention Episode 411: The Clutch Sarcoidosis Podcast
    Aug 18, 2022 – 19:53
  • Divine Intervention Episode 410: Pulmonary Pathophysiology Series 7
    Aug 16, 2022 – 46:18
  • Divine Intervention Episode 409 – The Clutch Hemoglobin Podcast (for Step 1-3)
    Aug 11, 2022 – 29:46
  • Divine Intervention Episode 408 – USMLE Step 2/3 Rapid Review Series 81
    Aug 8, 2022 – 25:53
  • Divine Intervention Episode 407 – Pulmonary Pathophysiology Series 6
    Aug 4, 2022 – 25:28
  • Divine Intervention Episode 406 – Pulmonary Pathophysiology Series 5
    Aug 2, 2022 – 20:21
  • Divine Intervention Episode 405 – USMLE Step 2/3 Rapid Review Series 80
    Jul 28, 2022 – 23:06
  • Divine Intervention Episode 404 – The Floridly HY CXR Podcast
    Jul 25, 2022 – 41:11
  • Divine Intervention Episode 403 – USMLE Step 2/3 Rapid Review Series 79
    Jul 16, 2022 – 31:49
  • Divine Intervention Episode 402 – Pulmonary Pathophysiology Series 4
    Jul 11, 2022 – 32:43
  • Divine Intervention Episode 401 – USMLE Step 2/3 Rapid Review Series 78
    Jul 7, 2022 – 31:02
Recent Reviews
  • Codymcg1
    Soooo helpful!
    Such good info! Thank you for sharing all of this!
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  • Eli Tanenbaum
    Incredible podcast
    I’m an M2 and even though the podcasts are targeted towards studying for Step 2-3, I’ve found that the vast majority of the content on this podcast has been helpful towards better understanding and integrating Step 1 content as well. This is also the only podcast I’m aware of that is both free and comprehensive for the content covered on NBME exams. And as much as I love Dr. Ryan, Dirty Medicine, etc. Divine’s voice is much more mellow and nice to listen to. The life lessons are nice too. 6/5 podcast. I get that some people don’t like the self promotion at the beginning at the end of the show, but the guy has got to make a living. He is not a charity! If you don’t want to listen to it, it’s very easy to skip the first minute or two of the show and then click “played” once you get to the last few minutes and move on to the next one.
  • App interrogator
    So useful for STEP studying!
    Love listening to Divine as I do chores, drive, or go to the gym. He’s got a great way of explaining information and making connections between systems and disease processes. His vignette style of explanation is super useful for STEP questions, and I also really appreciate his life lessons. Definitely worth the time to listen. Thank you, Divine!
  • medicstudent97
    Don’t fall for it alot of the stuff he says are incorrect
    Take what he is satisfied with grin of salt Sometimes his explanations contradict uw
  • Singh awk jam
    So glad I was told about this podcast! It’s helped me soooo much to prepare for Step 1. Will definitely use it for future board exams as well. This med student thanks you! 🙌🏾
  • rgibson2
    Thank you for filling in the gaps!
    This podcast is gold! Divine does a great job connecting concepts and filling in knowledge gaps. Also, I find that he covers a lot of material in a short amount of time; which is great considering that I listen to this podcast when I generally wouldn’t be studying while driving in the car or working out. Thank you for what you are doing to enhance the education of medical students/trainees!
  • atlark
    Too much Self-Advertising
    Overall, the content is quite helpful and is useful. The problem is that every episode has 1.5-3 minutes of self-advertising at the beginning and 2-5 minutes at the end. This is reallllly annoying to listen to every time. My recommendation, Divine - do a quick 20-30 second blurb EITHER at the end or beginning of your podcast - give us your website, put it in the show notes, or something else. But the constant “this is my course, lots of people get good scores, sign up here, here’s another testimonial” in each episode is a bit too much.
  • Create Nickname (lol)
    Just listen
    We all agree. Studying medicine is both rewarding but yet extremely tiresome and stressful. The stress of doing well on board exams to continue our careers makes it no easier. But whether you’re driving in your car, walking to the subway or working out you can still get great quality knowledge by listening to this guy. He may seem dense at first but once you give him a chance you’ll fall in love. He breaks down pathologies like you’ve never understood before and gives you great tips for tackling NBME styled questions and as an even bonus just great life tips. Great to listen to for the average medical student.
  • arrangedmarriageitis
    So helpful!
    I’m so grateful to medical podcasts…👏 I’ve listened to few of Divine’s and I love the way he takes time in explaining the topics and tying into how usmle would ask their questions! Thank you!!🙌🙌
  • Akc2ya
    Thank you!!
    I listened to Divine during my step2 studying last year. I would go on walks or errands and listen to his high yields. I ended up scoring in the top 3%. Thank you so much Divine! You’re amazing.
  • Alnazri23
    Keep him in the back of your mind for USMLE exams! All of his wonderful factoids and disciplines are truly amazing and super helpful during rounds and general practice! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
  • need stugotz
    Appreciate all the episodes, they help so incredibly much. Thank you Divine.
  • jesss1232134
    The plug
    I am so thankful for Divine! He was an amazing resource during my step 2 studies, plus he is also a kind soul and an excellent teacher. Thank you sooo much for providing this resource AND for making it free of charge.
  • Briana Frink
    Amazing podcast, amazing man
    I have listened to many step 1 podcasts and this one is by far my favorite. Divine really explains WHY things are the way they are, emphasizing the physiology and pathology so it’s easy to remember the “high yield”. The guy also transmits compassion and seems to really care about us becoming good doctors and about us doing well on these exams and believing in ourselves. Thank you for being you Divine. You are doing God’s work by serving others and sharing love and kindness.
  • ROkemar
    Your podcast is a gift, God bless you!
  • x23456789
    Thank you!
    Amazing content. Thank you!
  • JustAnotherMedStudent
    The High-Yield Hero
    Divine is an incredibly intelligent individual who breaks high yield facts into bite-sized podcasts for studying on the go. Some of my clinical sites are over an hour from my house, and with Divine’s podcast series, I’m able to turn that time into valuable study time. Also, the google spreadsheet on his website makes it easy to pick out podcasts that are most relevant to my rotation. Divine is awesome. I’ve had the pleasure to learn from some of the same teachers as Divine, who unanimously agree that Divine is both kind, and an incredibly motivated doctor. Thanks again for this free and incredibly high yield study tool. Humbly, A very, very grateful MS3
  • Patrick C Beeman, MD
    Divine is my podcasting hero
    Divine, your content is excellent. As a fellow podcaster, I am impressed by your work and dedication. I came across your content based on the recommendation of a listener. You should come on the InsideTheBoards for the USMLE podcast. We’d love to interview you and promote this high quality, high yield, high octane content. God bless the work of your hands, er, I mean, voice ;) Patrick C. Beeman, MD Founder and Chief Question Officer InsideTheBoards for the USMLE, COMLEX, and Med School
  • shneekers
    divine. I love you.
    This guy is like your fav upper classmate from med school trying to give you the inside scoop on what’s going to be tested on your upcoming exam. He is wise. I started listening to his podcast pretty late in my preparation, and I wish I had started sooner. The concepts he mentions are absolutely relevant to solving NBME and UW questions. It’s a great review, and a great supplement resource. I literally have this playing as I drive, shower, fall asleep, get ready for the day, do dishes etc... divine, the new goljan.
  • !gill
    Thank you
    I almost lost all hope till I found this podcast. You help sum up everything.. Thanks to you I am able understand much better. Everything is wherever in FA but ur podcast help me understand what to keep in mind for HY topics. Thank you soo much.
    My name is Devine. I’m a resident.
    This guy is an exam guru. He really understands the material and makes it simple. Listening to him, I think he has taken all the shelf and step practice exams because he hits on those obscure but high-yield test concepts.
  • Bfagel
    High yield things to keep at the back of your mind
    A lot of high yield things to keep at the back of your mind
  • littleoprhan
    The road to 250
    These podcasts saved my butt for both USMLE Step 1 and Step 2. Best review content out there for the boards, hands down. Because of this podcast (and vodcast), I was able to score above 250 on Step 1 and then 270 on Step 2. Please continue to do what you do Divine!!!
  • TimeWizard333
    The audio is quite garbled at times, and I think he used “right?” at the end of his sentence 137 times in one recording.
  • Gage25525
    These podcasts are the absolute best for Step 2CK. Want the highest score you could possibly get? Listen to these podcasts while shopping, cooking, showering, commuting, etc. Packed with the most high yield information you could ask for - and Divine keeps it enjoyable.
  • Dwmok001
    Best for 3rd and 4th year medical students
    This is the best thanks for everything divine
  • Victoria Michele
    100% HY
    Aside from his 100% high-yield podcasts, I love hearing the life lesson at the end of each episode. This is a man who walks in excellence in every area of his life. Highly recommend to anyone studying for USMLE exams. ALSO!!! He is an amazing tutor. Like, AMAZING. Just a hint for anyone who’s not getting it; his name is DIVINE-FAVOUR. Do I need to say more? God has blessed him.
  • Ravennnn
    Best audio resource for USMLE exams!!
    Divine saved me on test day!!! I learned so much from this podcast only wish I had it during MS3!!! So many high yield review points for my Step2CK exam. Thank you so much!!!
  • redtomato909
    Great for M3
    Right now the best podcast for Step 2 CK and clinical science NBME shelves. A true successor to the famous E. Goljan’s lectures (Kaplan) for Step 1. People should read Divine’s post on reddit r/step2 for a guide on which podcasts to listen to for which goal they have (Step 2 vs NBME Shelf), as these podcasts are more like a library rather than a feed/show.
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