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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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Jon Rittenberger 8h
Replying to @ritty_pcas_md
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Marina Del Rios 8h
What are we doing to support those who support others.
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We cannot control outcomes, we can only control actions. Helping those who help
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It's important to engage bystanders in debriefing.
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Marina Del Rios 13h
Replying to @toxicologist12
Oh goodness, yes. Many of us need to go back to grammar school to learn how to write proper sentences.
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Erica Nelson Oct 18
MedEd must address admission criteria that values privilege & prevents socioeconomic diversity! Over 90% of white matriculants come from families with ABOVE AVERAGE income.
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Torree McGowan Oct 18
Out of pocket costs for students applying to medical school and residency. This is often >$10k not covered by financial aid. This is a huge barrier to entry for students who don’t come from affluent parents.
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Dr. Amy Mecozzi Cho Oct 18
Yes, completely. We can do better and I believe it is worth the effort.
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Regina Royan, MD MPH Oct 18
It’s so reassuring to be reminded of this from people who are leading voices in our field.
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Erin Lincoln Oct 18
One gun is statistically more responsible for gun violence. Hint, it’s the one on the right. Not the one that looks scary.
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Resa E Lewiss Oct 19
This is sage prophecy ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ : ⁦⁩ on ⁦
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Torree McGowan Oct 18
We are the helpers. We are the ones who run to, not from.
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MacArthur Foundation Oct 20
is a series grappling with issues of race, identity, and education in a Chicago area high school. On 10/25, come to a free Chicago screening of the series finale:
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Chicago Tribune Oct 20
Same city, different opportunities: Study maps life outcomes for children from Chicago neighborhoods and finds mere miles make a huge difference in mobility
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Jasmeet Soar Oct 19
To support the first World Restart A Heart Day, Elsevier has made a number of papers in Resuscitation freely available to download
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FemInEM Oct 18
Chicago's Puerto Rican community was the first of the to land an airplane with relief supplies after Maria.
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FemInEM Oct 18
Amidst tragedy, we reconnected with colleagues, old friends and estranged family members.
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likesgardensandcats Oct 18
1. Find your voice. Speak up. 2. Recognize your influence. 3. Be a transformative leader. Rules to live by.
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Pik Mukherji Oct 18
Those who are bullied need champions. Those without a voice need to hear others voices. As educators and leaders, our voices can be transformative. -
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