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Official account of the Department of Emergency Medicine & the BIDMC Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency (Tweets are not medical advice.)
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BIDMC Emergency Med 18h
We have a Center for Violence and Prevention at our own hospital! Not a lot of people in our audience knew that.
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BIDMC Emergency Med 18h
Bottom line: screen for potential re-injury, intervene in ED, ED intervention protocols, continued research, resource devpmt -Gore
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BIDMC Emergency Med 18h
Resources: National Network for Hospital-based Violence Intervention Programs -Gore
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BIDMC Emergency Med 18h
Useful intervention programs: build resilience, social skills training, mentoring, family training, home visitation -Gore
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BIDMC Emergency Med 18h
Useless intervention programs (do not affect recidivism): scare tactics, boot camps, gun buy backs, isolated self esteem enhancement progs
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BIDMC Emergency Med 18h
Trauma Informed Care is a multisystemic, biopsychosocial approach to trauma care. SELF: safety, emotional mgmt, loss, future -Gore
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BIDMC Emergency Med 19h
Role of ED in violence victims: assess for re-injury & retaliation, determine safety, refer to support, advocate for policies -Gore
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BIDMC Emergency Med 19h
Risk factors for school shootings: school failure, frequent fighting, etoh abuse, poor social support, weapons... -Gore
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BIDMC Emergency Med 19h
Injury -> PTSD/pressure to retaliate/lack of faith in police -> disrupted sense of safety -> weapon/retaliation -> re-injury -Gore
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BIDMC Emergency Med 19h
Faculty development session with our faculty!
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BIDMC Emergency Med 19h
Factors to recurrent trauma among young black men: post-traumatic stress, lack of faith in police, loss of respect -Gore
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BIDMC Emergency Med 19h
Violence amounts to 19.5 billion in combined medical and productivity losses. -Gore
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BIDMC Emergency Med 19h
Dr. Robert Gore from is giving us grand rounds today on "Youth Violence Intervention and the Emergency Department"
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BIDMC Emergency Med Mar 21
Tomorrow we welcome Dr. Robert Gore who will be speaking about Youth Violence Intervention for our monthly Grand Rounds
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Gregory Ciottone, MD Mar 20
The Disaster Med Fellowship chosen to create a Protective Medicine training program for the White House Medical Unit. A proud day!!
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Cambridge Police Mar 19
Beautiful night pic of our & Boston.
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BIDMC Emergency Med Mar 19
[minor corrections made] Welcome to the BIDMC HAEMR Class of 2020! We're excited to have you join us! Follow them:
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BIDMC Emergency Med Mar 18
, welcome to the family! We'll see you soon!
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BIDMC Emergency Med Mar 18
"Access to Primary Care Appts Following 2014 Insurance Expansions" by Drs. et al
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Terrance Lee Mar 17
Excited to welcome chief Andrew Ketterer to as an Education Fellow and alum Patrick Tyler as a PGY1!
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