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Lavinia Middleton
~Director of Quality Ops, Dept Division Head Quality and Lab Medicine, ~ Views expressed are my own.
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Lavinia Middleton Jan 23
w/ & @Etravistravis hosting "your practice of medicine is incomplete unless you address social determinants of health and health outcomes" "let's stop thinking binary & find collaborative partners to improve structural implicit bias"
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Lavinia Middleton Jan 21
Thinking about Dr. King this morning as I head back home from and Oncology Update. “All men are caught up in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.”
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Mike Mackert Jan 15
It's important to think about the use of social media to improve health outcomes, per . is working to advance research and practice in this exact area. Also shameless plug for related work I've done:
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Lavinia Middleton Oct 28
Early voting @ Fiesta with many colleagues and trainees. Beautiful weather and manageable line.
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Lavinia Middleton Oct 24
Excellent keynote @DellMedValue. Dr. Christina Akerman making the strong case to engage patients and providers to develop the right PRO & define superior outcomes to drive innovation.
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Lavinia Middleton Oct 24
@DellMedValue with Elizabeth Teisberg & Scott Wallace “creating value for the people you serve” from the patient’s perspective.
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Lavinia Middleton Oct 23
TY for your dedication . The founding deans College of Medicine were inspirational in describing the necessity of cultural humility & development of interprofessional teams to drive efficient pt centric evidenced base care to all of Houston.
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Jeffrey Flier Oct 21
How to be successful in research: Treat everyone with respect. Listen. Be authentic. Ask for help. Don’t be afraid to say you don’t know. Communicate. Put your mentees first. Don’t give up. Stay humble. Be honest with yourself. Give yourself time to think.
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Lavinia Middleton Sep 22
So happy to part of the 2019 class & meeting amazing leaders like & listening to Dr. Nancy Spector give a shout out to our very own @Etravistravis this morning.
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Lavinia Middleton Sep 1
Thanks so much Julie for organizing! So much fun to relax and hear about new additions, new research, and meet new friends . Incredibly pleased learn about new collaborations- especially ones that benefit our community like and
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Lavinia Middleton 16 Aug 18
So appreciative of our Board of Visitors and donors who support Faculty Excellence Program. Congrats Dr Joe Nates, Dr. Joe Ruiz, Dr. Chavez-McGregor and TY for supporting Lab Path!
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Lavinia Middleton 9 Aug 18
Replying to @TimAllenMDJD
Great image! Thanks. Secretory/Lactational changes can also be seen in non-pregnant patients taking hormones, anti-psychotics and anti-hypertensives.
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Lavinia Middleton 9 Aug 18
summer research experience poster session with @Etravistravis The future is Bright!
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Health Affairs 8 Aug 18
Tony Shih, who leads , says role of the health care delivery system is often lost in the discussion of of health. Because of that system's size & scope, it should be included in talks. Providers should work w/ community.
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Lavinia Middleton 8 Aug 18
So proud to see my student Georges Bouobda Tsemo present his summer research today . Thanks to @Etravistravis & Dr. Vickie Shannon for creating the opportunity and , Dr. Gonzalez & Dr. Fuller for helping to mentor this rising star!
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Lavinia Middleton 5 Aug 18
Recommended design of “smart contracts” enabling a distributed, open, auditable, network for cancer diagnostic and therapeutic information allowing interoperability of patient data with built in security based on need-to-know.
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PCT Grand Rounds 20 Jul 18
Patient centricity, efficacy, and efficiency are the primary benefits of using to generate novel endpoints for . Learn more about the CTTI Novel Endpoints project here:
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NCI Director 5 Jul 18
The cancer research and communities have lost a giant. Dr. Alan S. Rabson’s immense dedication to his work and love for his family are truly inspiring. The entire family mourns this great loss.
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Lavinia Middleton 25 Jun 18
Improvement Science focuses on creating evidence about how to improve systems so that RCT can become more effective and patients can derive the most benefit from our therapies
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Hardeep Singh MD 15 Jun 18
Easy to lose sight of key info in primary care. Our latest - health IT design must address risks of distributed work of outpatient care & help maintain team situational awareness Thx for support
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