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Masha Slavin
Primary Care, Medical Education at Weill Cornell Medicine
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Paul Bradshaw Mar 22
Yesterday I knocked on my Tennant's door and told him he can stay in the property rent free for 5 months. He is self employed with 4 kids. I don't need Boris to tell me what is morally correct. Landlords, if you can, do more, do something.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Mar 14
To everyone in NYC but ESPECIALLY healthy people & people under 40 (bc from what I’m observing that’s who needs to hear this again): PLEASE stop crowding bars, restaurants, and public spaces right now. Eat your meals at home. If you are healthy, you could be spreading COVID.
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Dr. Oni Blackstock Mar 12
Older folks - many of whom may already be socially isolated- may be particularly impacted by related to the response. A reminder to check in on (virtually) the older folks in your life.
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Masha Slavin Dec 20
Empowering talk today by ⁦⁩ reminding us of importance of medication assisted treatment in primary care ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Masha Slavin Dec 16
Thanks ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ for leading today’s outpatient morning report. Man with arthralgias, diarrhea, weight loss and cough. All groups got to the correct dx: whipple’s disease ⁦
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Mariah Robertson MD MPH Dec 14
Today my attending spoke our pt’s native language. The pt was listed as difficult to communicate w/ and disengaged. 5 mins in & an animated, vibrant human emerged. Diversity in medicine matters for so many reasons. So does human connection.
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Masha Slavin Dec 3
4 generations of women chiefs: empowered women empower women ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Masha Slavin Nov 25
Great reminder about the different types of amiodarone-induced thyrotoxicosis at outpatient with ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Masha Slavin Nov 22
Great cases in ambulatory morning report today with reminding us of panhypopit management, and atypical presentations of IgA vasculitis
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Weill Cornell Internal Medicine Chief Residents Nov 17
Our primary care PGY1 residents representing us at regional SGIM with poster and oral presentations this past weekend!
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General Internal Medicine Nov 15
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Masha Slavin Oct 31
Outpatient morning report with ACR Brittney Frankel. Pulsatile tinnitus should make us think of a vascular cause. Our patient was found to have a carotid dissection. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Masha Slavin Oct 30
What a rockstar pod!
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Weill Cornell Internal Medicine Chief Residents Oct 30
today given by rising chief Ariel Schaap (PGY3): "Clinical-Pathological-Case Conference." Radiologists, oncologists, and pathologists helped us dissect a difficult case that ended up being EBV related Hodgkin's lymphoma leading to HLH in an HIV patient.
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Aditya Shah Oct 25
Flu shot nurse: Whats the pic for? Me: Twitter Nurse: You wanna be a social media 'influenza'? Me: Oh no, I wont go 'viral' coz I got the flu shot Nurse, me: 😂😂😂😂
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Masha Slavin Oct 25
Great Chairman’s conference today, with a reminder to check HCG in women of childbearing age presenting with thyrotoxicosis
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Peggy Leung Oct 15
Some shocking stats since the public charge discussion started. “42% increase in missed health care appt for children with at least one immigrant parent”. TY Cornell Center for Health Equity for setting up this session on how to protect immigrant healthcare access
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Masha Slavin Oct 10
Clinical Controversies by our PGY3s-one of my favorite outpatient series. Today compares coronary CTA to different stress test modalities
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Dr. Cameron Webb Oct 7
My patient is here w/a 4th hospital admit this month for COPD. His inhalers arent working & lung docs recommend Spiriva. Too bad it costs $463.83/month (he‘s on disability receiving $700/month). What’s cheaper, more hospital days or the med he needs?
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