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Allison Bond, MD
Fellow in infectious disease & medical education via I Freelance writer & former journalist I Infectious diseases, puns, coffee.
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Allison Bond, MD 9h
Replying to @brittnhasty
Awww shucks! I’ll be back in June — see ya then!!
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 21
Are you sure you haven’t gone to med school yet? I think you’re ready to be an ID fellow
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 21
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 20
Replying to @colleenmfarrell
Something to aspire to! In practice, though, it’s so, so hard — after a day spent writing notes, the last thing I feel like doing is writing more... 🤦‍♀️
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 20
Replying to @cantab_biker @Doctor_V
Ahh I see. Adults too, although generally also with other hard-to-miss abnormalities
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 20
Replying to @brittnhasty
Not at Moffitt! Plenty of fevers at the VA and SFGH though to keep me busy😆
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 20
Replying to @Doctor_V
Fascinating, is that a saying in peds? So some kids are too sick to mount a fever?
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 20
Replying to @RJAGleeson
Doing God’s work good sir
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 20
Replying to @zorapanina
Less common reason for an ID consult though 😉
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 20
Replying to @BrowofJustice
Pains me to see my nurse colleagues disrespected in this way. 😕
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 20
Lol good luck having the millions of nurses in this country mad at you. A nurse got super irritated with me once when I was an intern. It was the worst day ever
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 20
Hi, just wanted to stop by to say that not all who fever have an infection
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 17
True story, my ponytail is significantly fuller thanks to ’s H&Ps! 👊
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 13
Thanks for the support!
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 10
Replying to @jpirruccello
If you can take them to go, do you really need them?
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 10
Replying to @traependergrast
Might I also suggest Pseudomonas (Sue for short)
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 10
Replying to @colleenmfarrell
Very scary. One other thing: Would let the DPH/hospital infection control know early if measles is on the differential, even if it seems unlikely -- I learned this year that's really important for minimizing risk to other patients and to healthcare workers!
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 10
Low-tech ways to prevent 85% of the infections I have seen this year: - Affordable housing - Affordable dental care - Foot care & access to diabetes meds - Safer injection facilities and MAT What else?
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 10
Replying to @UREssien @JournalGIM
Strong work, ! Always had a sneaking suspicion I wasn't doing my patients justice as their PCP while also working 80+ all-consuming inpatient hours/wk. I still feel that way as a fellow (we have HIV clinic). Any ideas for where to start to remedy this disparity?
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Allison Bond, MD Apr 9
Replying to @jessikator
Potato potato, really
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