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Sara Shalin
Pathologist and and training. , poetry, and inspirational quotes are bonus.
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Jules Lipoff, MD Jul 8
My rules for writing academic manuscripts: a I love writing, and write with students/colleagues constantly, and yet the same issues pop up again and again. Sharing this thread if useful. My take, everyone has a different style.
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Jennifer Laudadio MD Jul 6
Day 1 celebrating new residents! Meet Dr. Erin Hall. She says,”I picked UAMS because not only did I really like the entire facility, I REALLY enjoyed my interview. I felt comfortable with everyone”
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Aadil Ahmed Jul 1
One down, one more to go! Thanks to faculty/trainees/staff with shoot out to and also in shaping my interests. Next stop
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Sara Shalin Jul 5
Replying to @KMirza
The first case I ever looked at as PGY1. Confidently reported to the attending “normal skin”. She said, “I think it’s melanoma in situ”. 😳😳I was hooked.
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Jennifer Laudadio MD Jul 1
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Sara Shalin Jul 5
Mitul, you are a good man and a friend. 😊
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Ade Adamson, MD MPP Jun 24
Replying to @AdeAdamson
Lack of diverse skin types in textbooks has been an important issue for DECADES. It has been continuously brought up by dermatologists of color (black ones in particular) who have called on major textbooks and education materials to diversify images.
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Katelynn Campbell Jun 30
Anyone else think of candle flame when they see hair follicles? Complete with papillary mesenchymal body (or wick) 😄🔥🕯
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Vinay Prasad Jun 27
Replying to @VPrasadMDMPH
the one belief that wasn't contradicted but strengthened was 5 Medicine is a good job I now feel it is the best job-- a real privilege And best of all folks (particularly young docs) are open to revising their thinking, being persuaded, to make it better
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Jennifer Laudadio MD Jun 26
ALL should know how these adjustments will decrease path reimbursement& get involved w/ advocacy
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Cam Patterson Jun 26
is for the 3 million Arkansans that UAMS serves.
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Jerad Gardner, MD Jun 26
isn't just BCC, SK, & melanoma. There are multiple emergencies that all should know (they aren't tumors!). My video explains: & see our paper in :
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MUSC Department of Pathology Jun 25
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Sara Shalin Jun 26
Always thrilling and bittersweet to celebrate graduation. Congratulations our graduating residents , , and Dr Mohr. Your family is so proud of where you’ve been and the places you’ll go!
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Bryan Carmody Jun 20
Replying to @VPrasadMDMPH
If the problem is, “My program receives too many applications for me to review.” Why is the solution “I need a convenience metric that allows me to outsource my decision-making to the NBME,” instead of “I should advocate for meaningful evaluation and application caps”?
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Jerad Gardner, MD Jun 19
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Jennifer Laudadio MD Jun 18
I have the best work friends! Thank you Ericka for my coronavirus. I love it! Made my day.
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MPathy Art Nov 4
Just a perfectly prepared, pretty little porokeratosis worth sharing. Sampling correctly makes life simpler.
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Dr. Erika Petersen Jun 11
Replying to @ErikaPetersenMD
“Whatever we do not change, we choose.”
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Lauren K. Shawn,MD racism is a public health issue Jun 8
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