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Michael Gisondi
Vice Chair of Education, Department of Emergency Medicine. Principal and Founder, The PEARL, Stanford University
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Shannon E Moffett 3h
“If your talk is rubbish, let the audience discover it for themselves” words to love by
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Holly Caretta-Weyer, MD May 22
A powerful grand rounds from on the L word - litigation stress. Coping strategies and how to support one another are key!
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Carolyn Rodriguez, MD, PhD May 22
"Another positive step in providing means to relieve patient suffering"...👏👏 from ICOCS member meeting to our colleagues that participated in the study that led to the first FDA approval for TMS in OCD
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StanfordEM May 22
An exciting start to as fellows share their latest research on SEM, geriatric EM, , , EM and more! Fellowship info at
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StanfordEM May 22
More from our fellows research presentations. Stay tuned tomorrow to meet our 2019 incoming fellows!
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Stanford Medicine Teaching & Mentoring Academy May 21
Congratulations Cori Poffenberger (Emergency Medicine) and Andre Kumar (Medicine) on being selected as 2019-2020 Rathmann Family Fellows!
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StanfordEM May 22
“Higher doses of nitrates and furosemide might improve short term benefit for outpatients but we need more for longer term outcomes... “ guest speaker Dr. Phillip Levy of talks heart failure at . Next up from Dr. Levy - population health in the ED.
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StanfordEM May 22
“No one teaches you what to do once those papers are served but 80% of us will be sued during our career...we need to talk about this.” So honored to have Dr. Gita Pensa at our triple-play speaking on “The L Word: Litigation.”
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DoctorMona, MD May 22
Wellness meeting over a meal post fellowship grad presentations with our fellowship director Dr Walker Dr Wolfe Dr Glover, Dr Feltes and me Dr Muchatuta
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Susan Eller 22h
Successful talks: Have a clear message, Connect with your audience, sound great & look good.
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MERIT 8h
& CSBL Simulation Rounds with talking simulation myths & fails (and how you can avoid them!) | June 4 @ 8:00am in MDCL 3024. Email browna@mcmaster.ca to register!
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Gita Pensa, M.D. 9h
Thanks again for hosting me—it was my pleasure!
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Victoria Brazil 14h
First lesson was from on how to introduce a speaker ... Warm, thoughtful, connecting with audience thank you !
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Carolyn Rodriguez, MD, PhD 17h
Replying to @MikeGisondi
So proud of you and your colleagues for this outstanding PEARL lab kick-off!! You are ⭐️⭐️
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al’ai alvarez 21h
Replying to @alvarezzzy
People can listen, people can speak or people can read. They can't do all at once. You need time. And in dealing with nerves: 🌲Walk around and talk to the audience before the talk 🌲Practice There's no shortcut. You have to actually know what you're talking about.
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al’ai alvarez 22h
Replying to @SocraticEM
When preparing for a talk, write 3 "take home" messages AND 3 "aims" for you. I love how international expert, is using white board and everyone is so engaged.
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Wil Gibb, MD 22h
A med ed....lab?! 😍
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