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Emergency Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan
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Justin Koh 1h
How do you break bad news to your patients? After I was diagnosed with cancer, I started writing to navigate survivorship as a young physician. My reflection on disclosure was recently published . I hope you enjoy reading it.
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USaskEM Jun 12
Replying to @UofA_RC_EM
thank you for all of your help and support as we established our program! -BT
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RCPS EM UAlberta Jun 12
Wow. Thank you, . No words.
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Justin Koh Jun 11
🏳️‍🌈 Happy Pride Month 🏳️‍🌈 from all of us ! I'm fortunate to be a resident in a program that is committed to fostering a positive, inclusive & diverse working and learning environment for all!
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Bindi Jun 1
And just like that we are home and back to reality. To my brilliant teammates, , @OwenGregg1, solid work boys!
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USaskEM Jun 1
An open letter from our ED Chief, , to the emergency medicine community regarding the tragedy was published in
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Rob Woods May 29
@OwenGregg1 well done on your 2nd place finish
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Sachin Trivedi May 29
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Brent Thoma May 29
. recently hosted a debate (Cameron vs / ) on whether has created EM celebrities with > influence on practice than published evidence. We need to quit pitting 'science vs ' and embrace what both can offer
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Brent Thoma May 29
This is the future of EBM in the era of - a blending of the best of traditional and novel platforms to ensure that quality science is disseminated as effectively as possible. These scholar phenotypes will help us get there.
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Brent Thoma May 29
A virtual community of practice is a group of people with a shared passion about a topic like emergency medicine who learn about it through social interaction and collaboration while interacting mostly online
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Brent Thoma May 29
is NOT a fad. Those most critical of these resources fail to appreciate the underlying community of practice that contributes to their development. Twitter may die, but the community will live on
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Brent Thoma May 29
While it's difficult to quantify the impact of EM websites on practice, there has been a significant shift in how EM learners access information. This happened over the last ~5 years - what will happen in the next 5?
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CanadiEM May 29
And now takes the stage to educate the in the Rising Star track to teach us about online Communities or Practice!
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Brent Thoma May 29
In 2012 was founded and some of our academic leaders didn't think 'blogs' would amount to much - but they gained a huge following among EM learners
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Brent Thoma May 29
A lot changed since then! In 2016 was founded with educators from across Canada. The site receives >1,000,000 pageviews/y while podcast episodes have been downloaded >600,000 times. This is not atypical. Many online educators have this reach
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Brent Thoma May 28
Congratulations to the ultrasound team 'Plane Brilliance' for advancing to the SonoGames finals!! Going for the win tomorrow! Cc
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Paul Olszynski May 28
SONO WARRIORS advances to the final! Tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 pm - closing out the final ultrasound track in Kensington BCD (2nd floor of the Marriot)
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Paul Olszynski May 28
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sasksonic May 28
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