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Marina Del Rios
Proud . My passions are social emergency medicine, point-of-care ultrasound, community engagement, and my family. =
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Marion Leary Jul 10
Over and over again we continue to see in response, care, and outcomes - we need to do better. "Long-term survival worse for black survivors of in-hospital" via
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Marina Del Rios Jul 10
We'd be happy to share as we develop!
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Pavitra Kotini Shah May 31
Diversity & Inclusion lecture series introducing social EM track by and Sukhi Bains health.
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José Andrés May 30
White House defends FEMA after study finds Hurricane Maria killed 5,000 in Puerto Rico - USA TODAY I personally saw 4 dead bodies in the first 10 days alone when official number was 16..... nothing to defend.Why WH and Puerto Rican Gov. Cover up?
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Marina Del Rios May 30
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Marina Del Rios May 30
"interruption of medical care was the primary cause of sustained high mortality rates"
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Marina Del Rios May 30
My heart hurts. It needs to be said again, and again, and again. 72 times the official government report. the official
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Marina Del Rios May 30
a true and the deadliest natural disaster to hit US soil in 100 years.
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Karen Attiah May 30
This. America is zeroing in on Rosanne being a racist meany on Twitter. Because that’s easy to focus on. Meanwhile, institutional racism and structural neglect is why we aren’t discussing the 4,600 Americans who died in Puerto Rico because of Hurricane Maria.
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Dan Rather May 30
How about a little less "defending" your response (CYA), and a little more "defending" the lives of American citizens in Puerto Rico!
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Marina Del Rios May 30
Apparently not enough of a for cable news to care
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Audrey Blewer May 22
Good reminder "Will this project move you closer to your vision?... We all know we need to become better at saving time for what's truly important to us"
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Marina Del Rios May 22
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Marina Del Rios May 22
So sorry I missed it! Looking forward to catching up!
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David Begnaud May 15
Tuesday in Puerto Rico 8 months after Hurricane Irma & Maria 18,866 customers still do not have power (Source: ) In some cases, each customer without power represents one household where multiple people are living Hurricane season, 2018, starts in 17 days
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FemInEM May 15
At diversity and inclusion workshop. Well done upgrade to the previous equity images.
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Megan Ranney MD MPH May 15
Pearls on in academic medicine at 👉🏽 it's more than just gender & race/ethnicity 👉🏾make sure that in addition to diversity, you have *inclusion* (you value them) 👉🏿own up to your unconscious bias 👉🏼create an environment that supports the whole person
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Marina Del Rios May 14
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Marina Del Rios May 14
I am loving this idea! we should look into this in Chicago
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Cindy Hsu May 11
Drs. Vanden Hoek and share their Illinois Heart Rescue journey at the Keynote Address. Their question - how to improve the low sudden cardiac death outcome (2% survival in Chicago) across the state of IL?
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