San Antonio, TX – February 17, 2017 – The Curbsiders is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its podcast designed for Internists worldwide. The Curbsiders deconstruct topics and explore the latest in Internal Medicine and Primary Care, providing listeners free access to expert interviews featuring cutting-edge topics in the vast world of medicine.
Over the past year, The Curbsiders have served up over 25 shows featuring national and international experts from AACE, National Lipid Association, American Geriatrics Society, earning their title as ‘the’ Internal Medicine Podcast. In 2017, The Curbsiders will more than double its shows (adding a variety of formats) and expand its medical education offering across all social media channels, including a new monthly e-newsletter.
“The one-year anniversary of The Curbsiders is a major milestone for us,” said co-founder Matthew Watto, MD. “Our goal was to deliver fun, high quality, and easily accessible ‘knowledge food’ to Internists, and we are truly humbled by the response we’ve gotten from expert guests and listeners alike. It’s an exciting time for The Curbsiders, and we will continue to go above and beyond producing valuable content for those that lack the time to find and read relevant articles, but are eager to advance their medical education.”
The Curbsiders averages 20,000 downloads per month and is currently available on iTunes, Google Play, and wherever you download podcasts. Sign up for our newsletter, recommend a guest or topic, rate us on iTunes and/or give feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Curbsiders
The Curbsiders is an Internal Medicine Podcast featuring three board-certified Internists as they interview (“curbside”) the experts to provide listeners with clinical pearls and practice-changing knowledge. Join Dr. Matthew Watto, Dr. Stuart Brigham, and Dr. Paul Williams as they serve up some triple-distilled knowledge (and maybe a little humor) for your continuing medical education. No boring lecture here, just the stuff you wish they’d taught in medical school and residency. For more information, visit www.thecurbsiders.com.