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ResusTO Jul 20
speaker profiles, Part 7: Patricia Trbovich Human factors engineer, TRUST project co-investigator, patient safety expert. More bios here: See, do, discuss, master.
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McGill Simulation Jul 20
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Dr. Farhan Bhanji to the position of Director of Education for the Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning
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Harriette Van Spall, MD MPH Jul 21
A powerful reflection on and in medical schools by in . "Institutional inclusion is promised so long as under-represented identities remain unobtrusive—so long as they do not disturb the system."
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Brice Bonneau ⚕️ Jul 20
Blood and Clots Series, by : 🏥 Massive transfusion protocol: what is it, why does it exist, and when should I call one 🖥️
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Julian Owen Jul 20
Fantastic study with scary results...9% risk ICH after HI on Warfarin despite GCS 15.
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McMaster Emerg Med Jul 20
Congrats on leading the way with high quality work like this Dr De Wit ()
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CanadiEM Jul 19
When should we activate the Massive Transfusion Protocol? A detailed and well referenced Blood & Clots post written by some of our favorite Hematolotists!
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Julian Owen Jul 20
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CAEP Jul 18
Congrats from CAEP! 🙌
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Hamilton Health Sciences Staff Jul 18
Well done, Dr. Mondoux! Important work.
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Academic Medicine Jul 18
Authors describe how they created and tested a , , to provide a focused educational experience for medical to learn about multipatient care and flow: .
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McMaster Emerg Med Jul 18
Great piece on and how we are moving forward!
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McMaster Emerg Med Jul 18
Congratulations to on his Career Award for his upcoming work on Audit & Feedback paired with Coaching. We are looking forward watching your program of research grow!
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Dr Nikki Stamp FRACS Jul 15
I overheard two young doctors critical of colleagues who missed a so-called obvious diagnosis. When you’re the first person seeing a patient with a problem it’s not always so clear. Be kind to your colleagues with your hingsight advantage.
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MacDeptMed Jul 15
A great opportunity for students and residents!
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Swapnil Pawar Jul 13
Don't miss out on this recent educator's podcast with
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The Intern At Work Jul 15
Replying to @MarkMatsos
This episode was written by Dr. Heather Bannerman (Internal Medicine resident) and edited by Dr. Mark Matsos (, Rheumatologist). Thank you both for your insights and contribution!
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The Intern At Work Jul 15
What do Alexander the Great, Beethoven, Charles Dickens and Benjamin Franklin have in common? - Gout! Today's podcast is titled "Disease of Kings" and is all about gout. Listen, like, share, subscribe!
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Harvard Macy Jul 15
Have you seen this week's blog post by about - a to teach . Co-developed at with faculty & students: Teresa & team also published an paper:
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