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“Instagram” for Medicine with Figure 1’s Josh Landy | Best of the ITB Podcast

May 14, 2018

This is a "best of" episode of the ITB podcast, a rebroadcast of the combined parts of our interview with Josh Landy from Figure 1. Also, check out the DDx podcast, produced by Figure 1. It's a podcast about how doctors think and well worth the listen.

In this show, Figure 1 co-founder, Josh Landy discusses medical education in Canada and offers a preview of why he founded the social photo sharing platform for medicine, Figure 1. Figure 1 offers a visually-engaging and privacy-compliant educational experience. And it's all free. Plus, Elizabeth covers a high-yield question from the Figure 1 platform. 

Mentioned in this episode: 

1. The Figure 1 example case can be found by going to this episode's webpage at 

2. Top Figure 1 users to follow: 

3. Instagram for Medical Students: 

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