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Teresa Chan
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Laurie Punch, MD 12h
I’ve never asked to amplify anything but I’m asking now. How does your work in the biomedical model of intertwine and complement your work in the social, structural and systemic forces that impact in people and populations?
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Rob Whyte 13h
I couldn’t agree more, ! Over time, I’ve come to observe far more INTRA-generational variance than INTER-generational variance. This could be contrasted with the understandable differences between experiences and priorities of people at different ages and stages in life.
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Laura Hirshfield Sep 14
I love seeing this and totally agree! This talk by (who is a demographer/sociologist), does a great job making this point.
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Teresa Chan Sep 14
Agreed. Within generations there can be such a wide range of people with unique preferences, backgrounds, and ideas... the generalizations don’t usually pan out either... right?
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Jon Ilgen Sep 14
It’s time to rethink the consequences of labeling & critiquing learners as “millennials.” Generalizations create stigma & the HPE community can do better.
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Teresa Chan Sep 14
The millennials entered the professoriate about half a decade ago. Some of us like & I just made associate. They are slowly infiltrating the deanery of schools... Begs the question: Who are you trying to "other" when you scoff at the Millennials? cc:
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Anthony R Artino Jr Sep 14
I've always wanted to do some in . Here's a pretty nice guide for doing just that... Twelve tips for conducting educational design research in medical education
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Indy Sahota Sep 14
Replying to @dereckwpaul
When my ER in Vancouver was bearing the brunt of the fentanyl overdose crisis the answer was naloxone kits, access to suboxone and rapid access psychiatry/addictions support; not more BVMs. As doctors we can't afford to miss the forest for the trees.
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Teresa Chan Sep 14
Replying to @WillBynumMD
I still don’t understand the author’s perspective. It’s like he doesn’t realize the internet exists?
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Teresa Chan Sep 13
We need to have a nerd out about DT soon... IRL. Lunch in TO sometime?
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Teresa Chan Sep 13
Depends on how you think about Simulation too! I foresee role playing can also help with ideation, etc..
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Christopher Hicks Sep 13
Well. It was a remarkable few days at . I was floored/thrilled/impressed/inspired by the commitment, effort and engagement from everyone involved: participants, faculty, volunteers, organizers alike. Thank you all for making this all that it was. Until next year.
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Teresa Chan Sep 13
And... ON TOP OF THAT... It's an EVIDENCE-BASED way to improve the Consultation Process!!
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Teresa Chan Sep 13
Ugh. Spelt wrong.
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Teresa Chan Sep 13
Cool. also loves this post. I use it as my conceptual framework for a workshop I have delivered too.
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