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The chat takes place Thursday nights at 9 pm Eastern/NYC. Submit questions or topics via DM or email alliance4clined(at)gmail(dot)com.
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MedEd Chat Nov 10
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Gary Beck Dallaghan Nov 9
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Gary Beck Dallaghan Nov 9
Talent knows no zip code - amazing outcomes from this program
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MedEd Chat Nov 7
Remember there is no chat this week. Please join us again next week at 9p ET!
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Gary Beck Dallaghan Nov 4
Join us for this exciting discussion on Thursday at DR-ED Brian Mavis himself coordinated this effort to include superstars like &
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MedEd Chat Nov 2
Will you be at ? Join our moderator and for the annual ! They will be in the 2nd floor AAMC Connect Space Monday, Nov 11th from 11:30-12:30
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MedEd Chat Nov 1
Fun Halloween theme last night with a lot of discussion. Check out the transcript at There will not be a on Nov 7th. I hope to see a lot of you at the on Nov 11th from 11:30-12:30 in the 2nd floor AAMC Connect Space in Phoenix.
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MedEd Chat Oct 31
will be off next week as I'll be at a conference. Join us again on November 14th for the next chat!
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MedEd Chat Oct 31
That's a wrap...I will post the transcript tomorrow morning on on the Resources page. Thanks everyone for participating!
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Stephanie Starr, MD Oct 31
We owe it to patients to be sure we’d both: integrate new tools as part of kind, careful, high-value care with patients in the center.
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MedEd Chat Oct 31
We have about 5 more minutes left in our discussion. Please feel free to give some final thoughts
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Alëna A. Balasanova, MD, FAPA Oct 31
Replying to @minor_se @KCaverzagie
A colleague recently suggested an interesting study- look at the number of regulations/requirements/JC over the last 10 years and concurrently look at the number of articles published on physician burnout & wellness. What do we suspect?
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Gary Beck Dallaghan Oct 31
I was at a retreat yesterday and said "You can't blaze a trail if you're afraid to fail" which is what we as should embrace!
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Alëna A. Balasanova, MD, FAPA Oct 31
Absolutely! While the technological revolution has led to an increased awareness and understanding of population health and social determinants, it comes at a great cost- that of human interaction and connection. Disengagement is a big driver moral injury.
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Sateesh Arja, MD, MPH Oct 31
T2 medical humanities in the medical curricula there by fostering empathy and compassion. Thereby medical students/trainees are connected to the patient which in turn reduces the burn out. organizations AMEE and IAMSE taking up student well-being as an imp theme.
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MedEd Chat Oct 31
Topic 3: Knowing these poltergeists appear on occasion, how can funnel the etheric energy in a positive way?
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Tejas Patel Oct 31
Today during online compliance module completion, the patients were referred as clients. Never once word patient was mentioned. It was surreal. Took me some time to get oriented. New age our learners have to adapt too as that is going to be norm!
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Deb Simpson Oct 31
T2 and will have major transformative effect on health care (already is) which will downstream to as will and . We need to optimize it’s use while remembering the human in not the tech is the focus - Can’t wait!
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Suzanne Minor, MD Oct 31
What scares me the most? That we are sending learners to a dysfunctional health system that promises slow failure despite putting all of our energy into it; the system chews us up at faster and faster rates and spits us out while it keeps making money.
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MedEd Chat Oct 31
Replying to @BJBRoman @GLBDallaghan
T2 Do you think what OB did recently with their interview embargo is a pathway to help with the Match frenzy? Could other disciplines adopt that?
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