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Faculty Incubator
This is the official Twitter account of the ALiEM Faculty Incubator program. Affiliated with . Hoping to improve , ,& pt care by .
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Michael Gisondi 11h
. led authors in this publication describing online groups. and among the important references.
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Academic Medicine 11h
The Time Is Here; the Time Is Now: Drs issue a call for broader implementation of programs in to harness the talent of high-performing women and minorities: .
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Glenn Paetow 10h
Such a great way to engage in mentorship! cc:
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felixankel Jul 18
Twitter Tailwinds — Little Capsules of Gratitude | NEJM
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Anthony R Artino Jr Jul 18
Have you ever been bullied or felt abused while engaged in a writing project with a group of scholars?
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Jonathan Sherbino Jul 16
Education Theory Made Practical 2: Action Learning
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Teresa Chan Jul 17
Help us peer review our latest piece!!
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Academic Medicine Jul 16
Not sure if you should submit to or ? This week's is here to help!
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jeff riddell Jul 13
How do we use point‐of‐care resources in the Emergency Department? -Junior learners: for learning -Experienced learners/physicians: answer focused clinical questions and teach patients/learners from in
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Shreya P. Trivedi MD Jul 13
“You will never find balance. It’s about finding a way to juggle meaningful work.” Need juggling classes. Any takers?
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Faculty Incubator Jul 11
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Wendy Coates, MD Jul 9
What are your favorite medical apps for a successful shift? of the 20th century!
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AEM Journal Jul 10
question for author & you! The conclusion mentions this decision rule can be safely applied in populations w low incidence of disease - what other limitations are important in using CDRs? / OPEN ACCESS from :
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John D Mahan Jul 10
Great insights into how to make CBME work! Required reading for today’s educators!
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Dr Jason Frank Jul 4
There are several competency frameworks. Here are two...
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Faculty Incubator Jul 11
This guy tweets important and stuff! Follow him if you’re not already!
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Christian Jones Jul 10
Replying to @ALiEMFac
Thanks, team!
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Jennifer Mitzman Jul 10
I'm going to to learn more about narrative medicine, carve out relaxing time and network with rockstars!! Awesome attending ladies want to come?
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Sree Natesan Jul 10
- An incredible collaboration session w my team for the Faculty Incubator Longitudinal Project. Its inspiring to be surrounded by incredible minds! I know amazing things are going to happen!
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