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Sara Gray
Combining Emergency Medicine and Critical Care in Canada, when not drinking wine, raising kids and travelling
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The SMACC Team Jun 13
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Christopher Hicks Jun 12
1. Current speaker ratio is M4:F5 (and selected based on awesomeness, not gender) 2. Zero manels 3. What’s a bullet?
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Chris Nickson Jun 12
Just saw the draft programme for this... WOW! I’ve seen a lot of course concepts and programmes but this one really is “nuclear” 🤪... Hats off to and team
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Christopher Hicks Jun 12
Wondering what actually is? Here's the skinny: a milti-professional simulation and resuscitation-focused conference taking place at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute in Toronto, September 13-14, 2018. (1/n)
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Christopher Hicks Jun 10
It’s simulation meets resuscitation education like ....
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Andrew Petrosoniak Jun 8
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Sara Gray Jun 1
Replying to @CREEurope
Absolutely. I miss the people we've lost. They are always in our hearts. ♥️♥️
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#hellomynameisRoss Jun 1
Spots and Stripes for because it is OK NOT to be ok. For me in 1992 and 1997, for Mark, for Chris and for you. It is never a better place without you.
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Helen Bevan May 31
A "to do" list for a stressful day. What activities would you add? Great sketchnote by
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Grace Leo May 31
Today we thank our feet for keeping us running up & down stairs to patient ward rounds and codes. Today we warm our feet with crazy socks to remind us to take care of ourselves & each other. We go forward one foot at a time. Together.
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Dr Ash May 31
1 in 5 doctors have depression 1 in 4 have thought about suicide 1 in 50 have tried I’m wearing because I survived my suicide attempt. But many of my colleagues don’t. And because I wish my friend was here to see this hashtag trend.
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FemInEM Jun 1
It's time to fight the stigma and advocate for mental health in our profession and our community. Today and every day, let's raise awareness, support each other & remember those we have lost.
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Gerhard Dashi May 31
Good thing we got socks and the new Wellness Group.
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Sara Gray May 29
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Sara Gray May 29
Loving because I'm hanging out with . It's been too long!
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Brent Thoma May 29
This is the future of EBM in the era of - a blending of the best of traditional and novel platforms to ensure that quality science is disseminated as effectively as possible. These scholar phenotypes will help us get there.
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SMH Critical Care May 29
Importance of self-care, including self-compassion.
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Christopher Hicks May 29
Yes, you can drop an F-bomb in an academic presentation, and do so thoughtfully and respectfully rising star 💫 CC:
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Christopher Hicks May 29
Andrea Boone on how breathing meditation can make you better in the trauma bay — rising star 💫 dialing in on psychological skills and performance in EM 👍
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Lauren Westafer May 27
. on at - please stop saying “I heard it on a podcast”...do your homework (and then cleverly word it differently)
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