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David Story
Assistant Professor and AI clerkship director at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
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David Story May 16
Great talk on Taming ERAS for the med student symposium at by and
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David Story Apr 9
Great case! In addition to the simple subungual hematoma (for which nail trephination had already been performed), the patient developed a periungual hematoma that required drainage as well.
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David Story Apr 9
Check out the newest publication in the Education Theory Made Practical series. Really enjoyed collaborating with the brilliant educators and on this article! And thanks for the opportunity !
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Lexie Mannix, MD Apr 1
The best way to mastermind is over champagne and oysters waterside in Seattle at
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Sree Natesan, MD Mar 31
Amazing . Alumni Reunion at !! If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together!!
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David Story Mar 9
Great question in an area with little research!
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David Story Dec 20
A big thank you to for asking me to do a guest lecture during resident conference today! Great to be back on campus and see some familiar faces and meet lots of new ones!
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David Story 10 Jun 18
Superb plenary session by ! Disturbing trend in medical students: increased burnout, increased depression and decreased empathy. Starts in preclinical years. Rethink your student learning environment!
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David Story 9 Jun 18
Donned the PAPR on shift last night for a respiratory isolation patient!
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David Story 18 May 18
Sketchy crew there! Sorry that I missed it!
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David Story 17 May 18
Great talk about mentorship by during med student symposium
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David Story 22 Apr 18
Enjoyed the welcome session for last night! Looking forward to a great year!!
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David Story 16 Apr 17
DKA, pH 6.90. Opportunity for resident teaching: 1. No evidence supporting giving bicarb. 2. No need to bolus insulin before insulin gtt.
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