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Charlie M. Wray
Asst. Prof of Med | Hospitalist Educator & Investigator | Editor & Director of Editorial Fellowship | opinions=mine
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Charlie M. Wray 6h
Our first!
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Charlie M. Wray 6h
Replying to @RJmdphilly
Wow! you went dirty with that cocktail. I liked mine a little cleaner
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Replying to @flieonthewall
Brilliant
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Charlie M. Wray 6h
I've always found this recent to be somewhat enlightening with regard to intern workload nowadays...
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Charlie M. Wray 6h
What! Why would you throw that away (complete sarcasm here)
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Charlie M. Wray 6h
Trust me, it was delicious. Right ?
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Charlie M. Wray 6h
I have a culinary memory of "Night Call", what I termed my on-call cocktail: mixing cranberry juice with Gingerale. To this day that combination elicits a mild form of PTSD to night call.
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Replying to @ADetsky @JHospMedicine
Welcome aboard, Allan
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Charlie M. Wray Jan 26
While ’s accomplishments on the court were amazing, my guess is that he saw his greatest achievement as being a father. Parenthood turns you into the most vulnerable thing in the world and I can’t imagine what his family is going through right now.
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Charlie M. Wray Jan 24
Admission ("take-off") and hospital care ("cruising altitude") are often easy...knowing when/where/how to get someone out of the hospital ("landing the plane") can be really hard... Love how captures this nuance of hospital medicine ()
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Charlie M. Wray Jan 24
I promise this will be my only "get off my lawn!" moment for the day...
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Charlie M. Wray Jan 24
One of my research/manuscript pet peeves: When percentages are reported to the 10th position in situations in which there is likely no clinically meaningful difference (e.g. 37.6% vs. 38%). Save yourself and just round up or down!
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J Hospital Medicine Jan 24
What are your experiences on Night Call? We'll be discussing this formative experience in medical training on Monday, Jan 27th at 9PM EST on w/special guests , & discussing their article "Night Call: 1979 vs. 2019"
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Charlie M. Wray Jan 24
I love Dr. Mao's inciteful take here...I've talked for years about how the process of just being admitted into the hospital is a "procedure" with risks and benefits - with many of the risks, often overlooked
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Charlie M. Wray Jan 23
Try on a computer browser, Parivash. I promise you it's there :)
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Melissa Plesac Jan 23
This is an incredible opportunity that I highly recommend checking out! Not only did I gain some extremely valuable skills, I also happened to meet and connect with some really awesome people!
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Charlie M. Wray Jan 23
It was great working with you, Melissa. You and Andrew were a little power team. So glad you enjoyed the program!
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J Hospital Medicine Jan 23
We're excited to officially announce that the applications for the 2020 JHM Editorial Fellowships are now open! Please see the JHM Website (top corner of landing page) for further details. Deadline for applications: April 15th
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Shoshana Herzig Jan 22
Physiology refresher, hiking, popovers, . What more could one ask for? Sign up here:
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Charlie M. Wray Jan 22
Replying to @ShaniHerzig @tony_breu
I've heard great things. Someday will do a late summer trip for this
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