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Rebecca Wright, PhD
Assistant Professor . Emergency department-based palliative care. Experience-based Co-design . A Brit abroad. Views my own.
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Guy McHendry Jan 17
Here is my basic philosophy as a peer-reviewer: Assume the work should be published (even if not in this outlet or current form), review in order to identify what the essay needs to be published (rather than why it is insufficient), never lower standards but always extend grace.
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Susannah Chambers Jan 17
My mum just gave me a set of Quentin Blake’s Cambridge luminaries cards. And I feel like there is some excellent shade in this one…
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VeryBritishProblems Jan 17
More two-word horror stories: Eye contact Lunch meeting Surprise party Planned engineering Sing along Conference call Signal failure They’re here Team building Low carb Record highs Unexpected item You busy? Quick word Friend request Leg day Your parcel Tax return Happy birthday
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Rebecca Wright, PhD Jan 16
Replying to @thirlby @JHUNursing
I'm so glad, don't give up, it's so worth it!
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Rebecca Wright, PhD Jan 16
New Year, exciting changes, 'mildly' overwhelmed, my chap said look back, write down where you've come from. I remember, age 18 having nothing but the need to help. Add 18 years,I'm still offering me, but with a couple of skills to offer thanks to
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Rebecca Wright, PhD Jan 16
Replying to @nursingdean
Glad to be had!
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Rebecca Wright, PhD Jan 15
Agreed!!!!!!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
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Rebecca Wright, PhD Jan 15
spoke with such . I am a white British (recent) immigrant, my husband is African American. I see I can walk freer than him in his own country. My prayer is to never walk over him in this privilege I never earned, but instead to lift him up with everything I have.
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Rebecca Wright, PhD Jan 15
Well this is rather good news! Such an honour & joy to work . But also glad to stand with all , & thankful to those who taught me at , ...so much meaning packed into such a short word.
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Rebecca Wright, PhD Jan 15
Replying to @BaptisteDiana
Morning!
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Rebecca Wright, PhD Jan 15
Replying to @LilySemenyuk
Thank you! Though also immediately making me want to hide, so I shall refer myself to my own message!
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Rebecca Wright, PhD Jan 15
We have remarkable students. Thank you for such a lovely comment! And welcome to your second semester!!
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Rebecca Wright, PhD Jan 15
It might just be that I wasn't allowed to as a child...
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Rebecca Wright, PhD Jan 15
Other reminders in my office are a bit more practical because while I my work, I am also a bit of a nitwit.
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Rebecca Wright, PhD Jan 15
I'm really with recognition, especially in work. Today the amazing reminded me to not see it as about me, but as opportunity to raise up the people we work to .So I wrote this in my office.I can't always help everyone but this is my focus.
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Rebecca Wright, PhD Jan 14
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Rebecca Wright, PhD Jan 14
Replying to @KennethDion
Totally! My favourite part is how it's helped me think strategically as a matter of course. My worst part is the letters and numbers, and never remembering dates, names or directions.
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Rebecca Wright, PhD Jan 14
You are?! I had no idea. UNTIE!
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Jenny Kitzinger Jan 12
Funded PhD scholarship - "End-of-Life decisions in the news" Join me
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