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Nathan D. Shippee
Assoc. Prof, Health Policy & Management, UMN. Patient & system (cumulative) complexity, chronic disease management, health care delivery. Dad. he/him
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Nathan D. Shippee 5h
Replying to @NathanDShippee
(There's obvs lots to unpack here, e.g. how researcher positionality as person and researcher informs the theory, how research is inevitably reductionist, etc., but wanted to keep it short. More next week!)
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Nathan D. Shippee 6h
Yes! We actually did a collective mind mapping exercise. Messy as hell, but then that's reality.
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Nathan D. Shippee 7h
Replying to @NathanDShippee
If you don't make your theory explicit, it's still there. Theory is filled with assumptions; if you keep them implicit, no one can correct/challenge them. You make the theory explicit by justifying your research question's design, terms, & framing with lit, prelim data, etc. Fin.
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Nathan D. Shippee 7h
Ok. Going to start tweeting takeaways from my research design class. For kicks. Today: your research questions are informed by your theory. Theory doesn't have to be formal, published THEORY or the "x" model; it's just your understanding of the way the world works. 1/2
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Odi Akosionu 8h
We must state the facts, confront it head on and change course. Thank you, for including me in this important piece. Systemic racism negatively impacts Black, Latino, Hispanic, and Indigenous people, and other marginalized communities.
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Tetyana Shippee, PhD 8h
Thank you for calling attention to systemic racism in long-term care. As stated by "When you paint the entire picture, systemic racism impacts the ability of communities of color to live and thrive", which is true in as well.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Sep 26
I wrote this piece with the incredible ⁦⁩. I am so grateful to work with such brilliant and BRAVE doctoral students like J’Mag. Its not easy to critique ones own discipline.
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Recall Mike Freeman Sep 24
One way to fight white supremacy: Stand up for people who defend Black lives. Mary Moriarty is such a person, and she's about to lose her job because of it. TONIGHT, Thurs. 9/24 at 7pm, join our team for a Zoom workshop to . Sign up 👉
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Nathan D. Shippee Sep 24
Replying to @NathanDShippee
Well, 1 more. In a white supremacy, this is on me and other white people who learned the disparities, theory, history, news, and mostly sat it out. We didn't see "ourselves" in it? "Our" safety was too comfortable? Just racist? That's guilt. But we can't let it slow us down.
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naya Sep 23
Breonna Taylor's and Emmett Till's murders were let off scott free on the same day 65 years apart.
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Nathan D. Shippee Sep 24
Replying to @NathanDShippee
How could there not be pain, anger, reaction? People aren't safe at home, existing anyway. The evil in this is oppressive in its sneering cruelty. I can vote, fund, join and listen, and pray. Maybe there's more. That's it for now. Still stewing in this.
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Nathan D. Shippee Sep 24
I don't have good words for what happened to Breonna Taylor and her family and I know I don't have experience to speak from. But to me, the charge that DID come, in the absence of what didn't, seems intentionally cruel, purposely insulting. The system making a public statement.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Sep 23
Yesterday I testified to the House Select Committee on Racial Justice alongside my Sheroe . Thank u 2 & for your leadership. Minnesotans, take a listen and start having impt convos with your reps and your neighbors!
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Nathan D. Shippee Sep 22
Time for some self care.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Sep 22
Calling all Health Equity Researchers! I am hiring a Post doc! Join the Measuring and Operationalizing Racism to achieve Health Equity (M.O.R.H.E.) Research Lab! cc:
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Arrianna Marie Planey, PhD Sep 21
Replying to @Arrianna_Planey
I recognize also that methods critique has become an acceptable way of dismissing research that documents racial/ethnic disparities. I see it. I note it.
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Tetyana Shippee, PhD Sep 18
Exciting news for my team: I am pleased to share that I (with MPI Eric Jutkowitz have been awarded an R01 from NIA to study person-reported outcomes for individuals with ADRD who use home and community based services. 1/3
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Zach Levin Sep 18
The University of Minnesota is approaching a 10% positivity rate but only did *210 tests* this week! That's ... absurd.
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Nathan D. Shippee Sep 18
Replying to @djvanness
Agree. I've never seen that term as a name for those models; it's interesting to use a distinguishing assumption for the name, but i guess it's apt enough. Just not super approachable.
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Nathan D. Shippee Sep 18
Replying to @djvanness
They mention proportional odds. Ordinal logistic regression?
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