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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 21h
This is the truth. Did you know that you need Jane Austen captioning wildlife photos. I suspect that you did not - but you do. You really, really do.
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Bryan D. Hayes, PharmD Dec 7
Opioid Alternatives for Treatment of Acute Pain | handout from my talk with a discussion of why tramadol is awful (and not an opioid-alternative)
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A.E. Turnbull Dec 13
The ability of ICU physicians to estimate long-term prognosis in survivors of critical illness. - J Crit Care "The expected prognosis did not match observed outcome in 365 (36%) of patients. This was almost exclusively (99%) due to overoptimism."
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Make It Home YGK Dec 13
Do you know an exceptional woman or girl in and area who is making a difference in our community through volunteerism? Consider nominating her for this award:
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Kon Karapanagiotidis Dec 12
Happily into my 20th month of boycotting panels that are not 50% women. I'm so lucky. Now have the best panels, get to share public spaces equally with brilliant women who teach & inspire me. It costs me nothing at all, I ask all men to join me. One of best decisions I've made.
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Jen Crichton Dec 13
Awesome case-based learning yesterday here at , would be pleased! "Exercise crucially important for hundreds of reasons… but weight loss comes through sustainable dietary changes" Thank you
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Shahbaz Syed Dec 13
Tramadol is not a great choice for analgesia, gain further insight on many of the concerns and problems associated with this synthetic opioid ( has thankfully done some great research and provided great insights!): from :
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Victoria Brazil Dec 12
Enjoying working with on her session next month on the science of learning. 12 tips summary here
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Heather Murray Dec 12
2017 and 'feminism' is the word of the year. 2017. Huh. Don't get me wrong, I'm glad... but if you'd asked me a few years ago I would have predicted we'd be so much further along.
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Heidi James Dec 8
An hour, a coffee, 4 year in review questions: 1/ What sparked joy? Why? Can I do more of this? 2/ What was a soul suck? Why? Can I do less? Stop? Change my attitude? 3/ Who helped, guided, inspired? How? Have I thanked them? 4/ Who did I grieve or hurt? Can I make amends?
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Natasha Ovtcharenko Dec 12
It's so critical in residency - the best wellness tip I've received
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EM Ottawa Dec 12
Dr. Andrew Gee with a great letter in the describing the challenges and amazing work done by Emergency Department care providers at the
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Heather Murray Dec 12
Best description is here: so much excellent intel in this post by :
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Sara Gray Dec 12
Replying to @HeatherM211
I'm happy to share the term "failure friend". We all need one!
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Heather Murray Dec 12
I enjoyed it very much. Must credit with “failure friend” phrase, shamelessly stolen for 4th yr med students today, because so valuable and so true!
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Meghan Bhatia Dec 12
"I wonder if changing the perspective of weight as an obstacle to weight as a SKILLSET could change how we can empathize with patients" - - could not agree more girl!
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Meghan Bhatia Dec 12
" I thing I have started doing is responding to negative statements with a response of empathy." For example "wow that must be so hard, it sounds like it must be a tough situation for them."
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Meghan Bhatia Dec 12
"In America it has somehow become okay to use derogatory language in public discourse" , couldn't agree more, this discourse "ALLOWS" derogatory language to be okay :(. Which it's not. In healthcare especially, respectful language is crucial!
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Heather Murray Dec 12
We have an ED spa in Kingston - it is amazing and we all love it.
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Cochrane UK Dec 11
Confused about likelihood ratios? Here's some handy guidance from
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