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Heather Murray
Emergency physician and medical educator at . Teaches EBM, research methods and diagnostic reasoning to undergraduate medical students.
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Heather Murray Jun 16
Hey this is a cool opportunity!
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Queensu DOM Jun 15
Congratulations Dr. Mala Joneja on the 2017-2018 clinician of the year award🥇 . and your colleagues are so proud of you and are lucky to have you as one of our leaders!
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Heather Murray Jun 16
Replying to @signindoc
Ha! Agreed, the world doesn’t fall apart. And we have a system for sickness now in our group - big step forward. Bucket of water no longer required!
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Heather Murray Jun 15
It is hard to be away sick in a system when you are hard to replace. Our group didn’t have any kind of system for illness for my first decade of practice - it’s much better now. Still, when you have to call someone to work for you there is still a significant barrier.
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Heather Murray Jun 15
Replying to @choo_ek
Forgot to answer 1st question. I believe I have called in sick exactly zero times in the last 10yrs, despite being sick.Did have several shifts covered in a crisis when my daughter was badly injured though.
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Heather Murray Jun 15
Replying to @choo_ek
Have worked shifts with morning sickness, gastroenteritis and influenza. It used to be really hard to get someone to cover. I’m forever grateful to a colleague who covered my night shift on an hours notice when I blew out my ACL (he was my 5th phone call). Better system now.
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Alyssa Louis Jun 14
With permission, my patient 7 years with metastatic cancer, drops some wisdom: “The last 7 years were the best of my life. My priorities changed. The first month was hard but when I accepted that one day I’m going to die, I realized that every day spent crying is a day wasted.”
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Damian Roland Jun 14
HUGELY significant finding! "Neither the rate of administration nor the sodium chloride content of intravenous fluids significantly influenced neurologic outcomes in children with diabetic ketoacidosis" Well done and PECARN
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André Picard Jun 14
We designed Canada's cities for cars, not people – and the people are dying, by via
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Hillary Clinton Jun 14
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Dr Emily Grossman Jun 14
Super proud of my dad’s response to the headline in about doctors who “kill” patients.
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Heather Murray Jun 14
Fluids in Pediatric DKA are less of an issue than previously thought. This PECARN RCT found no difference with rates of fluid replacement.
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Heather Murray Jun 14
Replying to @hpwhite9 @Qemerg
Ok sure, resuscitation under challenging conditions is great and everything but did you teach them how to check for ticks?!?
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Heather Murray Jun 14
Replying to @HeatherM211
We need to focus on keeping people and cyclists safe in our built environment. Not getting hit by a car is how we prevent injury/death. Stop asking people whether they were wearing a helmet, and to justify that choice!
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Heather Murray Jun 14
Disappointed to hear ’s host focusing on whether her severely injured cyclist guest was wearing a helmet when run over + dragged by a truck. Totally irrelevant and distracting to the issue. Parallels “what were you wearing when you were raped.” 1/2
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André Picard Jun 13
With 21 dead cyclists and pedestrians dead in 23 weeks, Toronto’s road safety program, , is a failure: editorial
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André Picard Jun 13
5 changes Toronto could make to improve street safety for cyclists, pedestrians, by via
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Paul Atkinson Jun 14
CJEM Debate Series: – Medical insurance is for non-routine events An American argues for free healthcare - a Canadian is not so sure
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Dr. Chris Simpson Jun 13
For we want to express our strongest support for all of our LGBTQ students, faculty, and staff. RT to show you feel the same way!
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André Picard Jun 11
Copenhagenize your city: the case for urban in 12 graphs, by via
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