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Jennifer Kanapicki Comer
APD , Med Ed Fellowship Director, BOD, Cal/AAEM VP, , most importantly, Mom
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Jennifer Kanapicki Comer Jul 28
Replying to @RanaSays @holly_cw
Awww...thanks so much! Well you were a stellar applicant and we are lucky to have you! Looking forward to seeing all that you will accomplish!
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Medutopia Jul 3
July is the perfect time to bring back the Medutopia Podcast πŸŽ™ covering 's Top 10 List for Interns. It's a list we all can use, not just interns!πŸ‘Œ
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Michael Gisondi, MD Jul 1
Happy July 1 Faculty Members! We have new trainees who are eager to learn and save lives. What can you do to ensure that your learners remain healthy, happy, and engaged? How can you keep them from burning out this year? Role model your love of medicine and your resiliency.
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Jennifer Kanapicki Comer Jun 30
Replying to @aalkermd
Congrats!!!!πŸŽ‰πŸŽŠ
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Jennifer Kanapicki Comer Jun 20
Replying to @MitaraiTsuyoshi
Keep the pearls coming Yoshi!
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Jennifer Kanapicki Comer Jun 19
Go Jen!!! Awesome work!
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Jennifer Kanapicki Comer Jun 19
Replying to @ffolliet
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Jennifer Kanapicki Comer Jun 19
shares her pearls for rocking your presentations! Summary slide with all the tools. Best books: Slide:ology, presentation zen Best workshop: Cool icons for your talk: The Noun Project Best Presentation tips: P Cubed @ffoliiet
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Jennifer Kanapicki Comer Jun 19
A sick neonate is always scary. breaks it down for us . Ddx lethargic newborn: -Low blood glucose -Metabolic -Jaundice -Sepsis -Cardiac
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Rob Rogers, M.D. 🎀🎧 Jun 17
What is your legacy in medical education? What do you want to be remembered for? -On the next Medutopia Podcast
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Jennifer Kanapicki Comer Jun 14
Great tool for answering residents question "How many patients per hour should I shoot for?"
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al'ai alvarez, MD Jun 5
Use to triage LVAD pts. Low MAP (below -70) - IVF (LVADs love fluid) High MAP (above +90) - NTG happy place (70-90) Use Doppler pulse w BP cuff. 1st sound is MAP Dr. Matt Strehlow, Vice Chair at
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Jennifer Kanapicki Comer Jun 5
So proud of you Holly!!! Well deserved for all the work you put into it πŸŽŠπŸŽ‰
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al'ai alvarez, MD May 22
Replying to @alvarezzzy
What makes you warm up to a speaker? *eye contact/inflections *when you're comfortable, I'm comfortable. *jokes/storytelling *connections *time management *clear message *sound good/look good
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Jennifer Kanapicki Comer May 21
That is so wonderfully sweet :) You guys are lucky to have your superhero physician!
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Jennifer Kanapicki Comer May 21
Be a good listener. Encourage others to talk about themselves. Just one of the top 6 ways gives us to get people to like you (and create better conversations with our consultants).
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Michael Gisondi, MD May 20
Happy Monday, Faculty Members! 5 weeks until the end of the academic year: time to complete written evaluations! Useful feedback is actionable, formative, and timely. What do your trainees do well? What are their greatest strengths? How can trainees meaningfully improve?
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Jennifer Kanapicki Comer May 20
Thanks for all the book suggestions! Keep them coming :)
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Rob Rogers, M.D. 🎀🎧 May 19
Awesome new resource on learning science is out soon. Just ordered my copy. πŸ˜€ We need to shift some of our resources to helping learners (and ourselves) be better learners....
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Rob Rogers, M.D. 🎀🎧 May 17
Can someone please explain why we keep crushing the souls of learners with (horrible) lectures?? --Reading bad slides is NOT teaching or inspiring anyone. What interactive solutions do you use to try to break up the monotony of the live lecture?
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