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Oliver Flower
, founder. Believer in the power of the big medical community. Intensivist. Love neuroICU, graphic design, family life, BJJ.
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Oliver Flower Jun 17
hi there, I’m hoping to connect to discuss an event next September 2020 in Australia, with focus on galvanising action in a large global health care community on climate emergency. I think Yuval would be a perfect speaker. Please reply, will explain more
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resusTO May 16
Attention Canadian 🇨🇦 residents and residency programs: is launching a brand new resident speaker competition for 2019. The winner(s) get a chance to present at (and attend) this year’s off-the-hook event in the September 10-11 (Thread)
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Oliver Flower Apr 7
Replying to @bessjut
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Oliver Flower Apr 4
please could you contact me about involvement with a large scale medical and social platform event discussing vaccine hesitancy ? Oli Flower
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FemInEM Apr 1
What is ? FemInEMJellyBean Podcast Episode 1
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The SMACC Team Mar 30
Yes the family will lead this new exciting challenge called - an event maintaining all the engagement but challenging the health care community 2rise 2new levels of advocacy & more importantly ACTION
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CODA Mar 31
Hope you guys are completing the survey on the website - this is exactly the input required
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Steve Mathieu Mar 30
Heading back home after a wonderful Thanks to & for an incredible conference and allowing me to play a part. Feel reinvigorated with ideas on ways we can all make positive changes. New friendships and best times. Bring on
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Oliver Flower Mar 30
I’m sorry you feel that way. She came across as very respectful at our conference.
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Oliver Flower Mar 30
Was so good to have you at Jenny. Very inspirational. Your mission is already improving our healthcare systems and changing culture. I’m sure the ride has not been an easy one though!
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Oliver Flower Mar 30
This podcast on medical history is pretty horrific / gripping. The good old days :) From
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Kat Evans | badEM Mar 29
Replying to @OliFlower
Was great getting to know everyone better. We all have challenges, some similar, some different, best thing to do is figure out how we can learn from each other! team are great at this. Thanks for the invitation!
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Sonia Twigg Mar 27
How to become more productive? Prioritise; be outcome oriented - not task oriented. Manage your energy; only 3 good hours a day - use wisely. Focus; be aware of your attention, how you spend it & how you put your brain in the best position to focus.
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Doug Lynch Mar 27
Here’s one to look forward to. talks to Scott Weingart of for the soon to appear on 3 2 1 go!
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Jenny Rudolph Mar 28
Enjoyed talking about and emotion and cognition in critical care and with on ABC radio
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Jack Iwashyna Mar 27
High praise from For folks who prefer the written version of the argument, has simultaneously released it in at cc
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Andrew Davies Mar 28
This is my 4th consecutive conference (and I would have come to the first 2 if I hadn’t been recovering from burn out!) I have always wondered why the talks are so consistently good and having been granted an opportunity to speak at this one now I now why. /1
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Andrew Davies Mar 28
Replying to @AndrewDavies66
1. They ask people normal conferences wouldn’t ask. 2. Their experienced speakers role model great speaking style. 3. When they ask you, they tell you how valuable you are to their program. 4. They ask you to give your best talk ever. /2
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Andrew Davies Mar 28
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5. They ask you to do a TED-style talk with sparse slides. 6. They put you on a stage where it feels like a show (obviously no lecturn) 7. They send you a book to educate you about presentation style. 8. They send you a slide template. /3
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Andrew Davies Mar 28
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9. They put you in a t-shirt so you feel like you are all a team of speakers. 10. They get you there 30 minutes before your session, talk it through with the other speakers, and get you in the mood to put on a “show”. /4
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