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Kara Toles MD
-trained. Faculty and Director of Equity & Inclusion, . President, . Advocate. , , . she/her 🌈 ✊🏾❤️ 🌱
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Kara Toles MD Aug 7
Thanks for sharing my perspective and providing appropriate credit. Appreciate the work you are doing.
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Sarah McCullough Aug 7
I wrote up a summary of the Addressing Privilege and Anti-Blackness in Research Culture workshop on , and want to give Twitter credit to those whose expertise contributed to the presentation. Credit goes to
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Kara Toles MD Aug 6
Replying to @DrSarahEM
you’d mentioned this in our DIEM mtg yesterday. Take a look!
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Kara Toles MD Aug 6
This is . Sacramentans, have a listen. This story explores how racial covenants in housing and redlining, perpetuated by the US government, have created an ever-growing racial disparity in wealth, opportunity, and health.
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Kara Toles MD Aug 4
What a lineup! Excited to be presenting with on how to appropriately care for Transgender and non-binary patients in the ED.
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Kara Toles MD Aug 4
leaves a skillful and historically-grounded response to the blatantly racist article calling for the end to affirmative action which was shamefully recently published Journal of The Assoc.
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Haney Mallemat Aug 1
Phenobarbital for alcohol withdrawal. A new post from CriticalCareNow ( Dr. Lauren Igneri) Are you using phenobarbital for your patients with alcohol withdrawal?
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Kara Toles MD Aug 1
Yes! My favorite teaching engagement of 2019, hands down. Hoping to be able to reconvene for 2021 for more critical care procedures!
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Kara Toles MD Jul 28
Replying to @uche_blackstock
❤️. Mama always told me not to work for free!
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Kara Toles MD Jul 25
Replying to @thedoctormaz
This is America
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Kara Toles MD Jul 24
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Kara Toles MD Jul 24
The presence of this animal on campus does not make me feel safer. On the contrary, I am concerned that it will present as a barrier to care and possible means of traumatizing already vulnerable, marginalized patients.
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Kara Toles MD Jul 24
Let us also not forget our country’s racialized use of canine violence. Racial disparities in police dog bites persist over time and across the country.
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Kara Toles MD Jul 24
As a place of healing, what is the data-driven rationale for having a K9 on our hospital grounds? As faculty in the Dept. of Emergency Medicine, I know firsthand the amount of damage these bites can inflict.
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Kara Toles MD Jul 24
Hear you and agree 💯 %. I don’t have answers now. But this is in our department’s strategic anti-racism plan, spearheaded by . More to come.
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Tomás Díaz, MD Jul 23
A couple of months ago, I developed a self-guided podcast-based curriculum for family members with the aim of inspiring reflection on and engagement with anti-Black racism. I've shared with some friend & colleagues, now I'm sharing more broadly.
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Kara Toles MD Jul 23
Incredible video!
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Almaz Dessie, MD Jul 22
My fav pedi US-guided nerve block - posterior tibial! Still using local for a foreign body or lac on the plantar surface of the foot? Fuggedaboutit! Pro tips: 1) put kid prone 2) ipad at face distracts from needles at ankle 3) use LMX 1st to numb skin...
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Kara Toles MD Jul 17
👏🏾
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Kara Toles MD Jul 17
So beautiful
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