100 thoughts on “Day in the Life of a DOCTOR: Vlogging 24 hour IN HOSPITAL (and YouTube Creator on the Rise!!)

  1. Your videos are seriously so good, I'm not even on the medicine track but you've quickly become one of my favorite creators!!!

  2. I love watching your vlogs. It’s such a change of pace from the traditional ones you usually see. I find it interesting watching behind the scenes. I live with chronic illness and can appreciate all the hard work you put in for your patients

  3. I can’t believe I found your channel! I have wanted to be a reconstructive surgeon for as long as I can remember. I am currently a sophomore in college, 20 years old, and an EMT in LA. And obviously planning to go to medical school and continue my path! I also have played the viola for 17 years!! I’m so excited to binge watch your videos☺️☺️

  4. What kind of medicine do you do? Is it just internal? I'm trying to figure out a few more things I might want to do and what you do is something that Ive been loving because of your videos!!

  5. I just found your channel and I'm hooked! I've flown through your videos and am fascinated. I have Ehlers Danlos syndrome type 3 and have navigated through our system (I'm in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) so I love seeing it from your point of view! Thank you for your passion in medicine and always wanting to learn. Thank you for what you do!

  6. Good for you! Don't ever apologize for putting your patients and yourself first. Anything you have time or energy to share with us is appreciated, but never at the expense of the above😀

  7. Do you have any advice for a junior in high school on wanting to proceed to become a doctor or registered nurse in the future?

  8. I am a retired RN who worked 20 years in Critical Care. I would not have the stamina of course now but I loved the “team” approach to the patients. It was so rewarding. Thanks for sharing. I really enjoy following you.

  9. Hi Sioban, I was wondering if you could do a video about your average week, detailing how many hours worked, patients seen etc? Also I'm not sure how much you know about junior doctors in the UK but I would love to hear your opinion on the differences and which country is better to practice in. I'm currently contemplating graduate entry medicine (which means medicine as a second degree in the UK) however i'm unsure if I want to work for the NHS, work life seems much better for residents where you are, junior doctors here are currently very dissatisfied with hours worked and the quality of patient care, our overun & outstretched ERs etc.

  10. I really enjoy your videos! And I love your energy you give! You really motivate me to get up and do something. You work 20+ hours a day and still are proactive! It gives me no excuse thank you for your videos! 🙂 God bless you!

  11. Hi Siobhan…. Hope you are well. I watched all your vlogs and waiting for new ones! I want to know how do you study during your busy week? Do you do UW or OnlineMedEd?

  12. All I do is binge watch your videos 😂 you motivate me so much! Decided to finally start studying again after procrastinating forever lol

  13. Your videos are so energetic and you seem like a happy and positive person 🙂 I get happy when watching your videos. Greetings from a soon-to-be doctor from Europe 🙂

  14. Q&A: Have you ever been too sick to work? And if so, does that count against you or does whoever you report to get upset? You seem like you take good care of yourself, but everyone gets sick at some point. Thanks! And thank you for sharing your life!!

  15. Great videos! I really like these types of vlogs, keep them coming 😉
    Maybe you can also talk more about the treatment or the diagnostic procedures you do for patients. For example, I'm curious to know what you did to stabilize that patient's BP.

  16. YouTube creator on the rise is a big thing! YOUTUBE PBS Learning channels are very popular if they are good. I love random channels here and there I feel like I am on a PBS Travel show. Keep up the good work!

  17. Aaaahh, that’s so awesome!! Creator on the Rise..Go girl! 💪🏾

    & does it ever get awkward vlogging in the hospital? You seem so natural at it.

  18. I’m a high schooler and I want to be either in emergency medicine or an anesthesiologist. Your videos help me so much in realizing how my dream will become a reality. I love how you vlog in the hospital and you’re so real about it. I just love watching these videos and I hope you do more in the future!!!!! Thank you!!!

  19. My sister is a also an medicine resident and she is really secretive about her life. It is the first time I can picture myself how a day in her life can be, this video is very precious, thank you so much!

  20. Love your videos!!! Your videos just help me to make sure this is what I wanna do in future and I can’t wait to get into the pre med!!! And have a good sleep~!❤️

  21. hey. How long did it take you to become a doctor and what are the different types of doctors. Thank you. (wanting to become a doctor)

  22. I want to be a pathologist but am unsure so when I do residency do I do a bit of everything then specialize in pathology??

  23. What is the differeence between an on call shift and a regular one? How do they work? as sometimes you say have on call and sometimes you are just seeing patients. Btw I love ur videos, they r so cool to watch

  24. I'm a paramedic student and I'm doing my clinicals right now and I have to say, you are one of my favorite medical YouTubers. You're so positive, it's contagious and I get so excited to go back to the hospital to do more clinicals!

  25. Can you please explain the difference between a subarachnoid hemorrhage and an epidural hematoma? What's the typical treatment? Survivability? Lingering headaches or life impacting results? Can they cure hypertension? I had HTN then a subarachnoid hemorrhage and never had HTN since.

  26. I love your channel sooo much, it gives me soo much motivation – and i am going to take a new path to become a doctor, so this gives me soo much hope and that its never too late to go after what you love and enjoy!

  27. Sorry a basic question but what was your management for patient with low bp and tachycardia ? Iv fluids ?

  28. It’s so surreal seeing all these hospitals that I’ve been a patient at! I had my stent put in the HIU at the hospital you did this rotation at. If I was younger (and healthier) I’d be pursuing a medical career so I find your videos incredibly interesting!

  29. I’m at your hospital quite a bit last few years unfortunately.. I stumbled upon your video on my news feed and come to find out your in my city! Your videos are so interesting.. maybe one day I’ll have the pleasure meeting you and you could enjoy reviewing my case 😉 (complicated) 🙁

  30. Hi Siobhan! I’m so obsessed with your channel, esp your call shift videos! You’re such a natural speaker! Question for you, though! Has being a doc made you more, or less of a germophobe? I haven’t seen you touch on that yet and I’d love to! Are you obsessive about washing your hands? Do you ever change your scrubs during a shift cos they feel grody?! Does opening doors in hospital gross you out? What about seeing sick contagious patients?? Thanks!

  31. When I was like 5 I wanted to be a doctor also I wanted to be one for a few years after that I I think I wanted to be a doctor because my grandma died when I was 5 so yeah (cancer) leukemia

  32. Binge watching all your videos since yesterday! So glad I found you ❤️ you look so beautiful also without any makeup 😍jelly

  33. Will I hope that I don't go to the hospital!! But Great video

    Where do you sleep at night if you have time too sleep second how long do you stay at the hospital

  34. I am a counselor who recently graduated with a bachelors degree in behavioral science.. after studying mental health for so long, it’s nice to see the medical aspect of health! I love your videos!

  35. Siobhan, your personality is stunning ❤️ such a beautiful human, lovely smile and attitude, keep it up! I admire your work and the way you seem to handle everything 😊

  36. Last time I visited the ER, the doctor commented, he had many patients come in with nothing really wrong with them. Wondered if you get many patients coming to the ER unnecessarily.

  37. Lol you can tell how excited you are because I've seen a lot of your videos now and I have yet to see a video where the first thing you do is introduce yourself lol…

  38. Its a treat to look at your videos, keep up the hard work. I love how you pummel through the "24 hour" call shifts, and try to keep your points in mind when I deal with my own job.

  39. Girl look at you a year later!! I'm literally never gonna become a doctor cause I'm too squeamish but I will so gladly live vicariously through you! And this makes me appreciate the medical field in a new way and I relate fully also being Canadian. 🇨🇦
    Just confirming, are you going to be at the Doctor Who I would see if I went into emerge and then stayed in the hospital rather than the doctor I would go see with my parents?

  40. Who would give her videos a dislike? I honestly and truly fail to find a single bad thing about her and hope more people see her videos to get motivation and inspiration. Such a beautiful and positive role model!

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