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ashley liebig
Vet 101st Airborne combat medic.Flight Nurse/Heli Rescue Specialist/ECMO enthusiast/ lover & Org Committee The Teaching Co-op
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ashley liebig 10h
Replying to @FLTDOC1 @Obidoc
Haha! That’s what I wear to work too!!
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ashley liebig 10h
Indeed! I still recall exactly where I was standing and how I felt with hands in the air shouting ! Utterly moved and inspired!
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ashley liebig 10h
You are welcome! Always fun to work with . I’m so glad it was helpful to you.
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The SMACC Team 15h
One of the most popular talks from by - To build Emergency Care systems that truly address community needs and improves the health of populations requires us to connect to each other and the world
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Janos Peter Baombe 21h
Manchester Arena Bomb Attack one year on As a doctor, I witnessed first line the monstrosities mankind can produce As a citizen, I also witnessed first line extreme acts of kindness and love Love always wins Don’t look back in anger
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Iain Beardsell 21h
👇This is one of the funniest things I’ve ever read. Imagine doing this everyday. Teachers deserve the world.
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Claire Bromley May 21
Being a patient at this weekend highlighted that even the best doctors/nurses/paramedics can forget to actually speak to patients when they’re focussed on the medical problem they need to fix. Those who showed genuine compassion really stood out. Something to consider...
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Russ Brown May 21
Yes! Or a certain flight nurse introduces someone to an anesthesiologist obsessed with vomit and the trajectory of his clinical career is changed forever!!
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ashley liebig May 21
Yes! Exactly! Love it!
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ashley liebig May 21
This is why twitter is amazing. Someone tweets question/ observation in the am. By the pm, nerds have united; research is being discussed, labs are being googled and conference talks planned!
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ashley liebig May 21
Replying to @christifulli88
Wow this is cool! Who is this person? He/she is an incredible listener!! Well done!! And thanks for sharing T! You made my day!!
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Liz Crowe May 21
Maybe the key is Self aware Self reflection Team Debrief Self compassion Accept that each day is different and our emotions will reflect that.... it’s protective & healthy not to be overwhelmed every day.
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TeachingCoOpTeam May 21
So much more than lectures, this is a group of friends who rock the house of . You learn innovative ways to prepare better learners and shorten the KT interval. Better educators = better patient care.
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ashley liebig May 21
You are a kind and gentle human, who also happens to be a brilliant doctor. Nothing sociopathic about you. Altruistic? Yes! Well Trained? Yes Not falling to pieces when pts die is as much ok as falling to pieces when pt dies. Unique emotion to unique situations, unique to people.
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Liz Crowe May 21
It’s why I think we should always be curious about our emotions and not attach a big narrative to every reaction we have. The job is everything in extremes
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ashley liebig May 21
Awesome people usually do!
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ashley liebig May 21
It also means that your personal debrief is part of your training consistently (well done). Liz (as always) is spot on, each scenario is different. In this case, your training paid off and your pt received the best possible care you could provide, so have pride in that.
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ashley liebig May 21
I wonder if you recognize how exceptional that it is that you reflect on your performance and the science behind it. You are in your flow state, this is what you have trained for. This does not make you callus or indifferent. It makes you well trained.
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ashley liebig May 21
Just a few hundred feet above, you know.. keeping tabs on things.... from a birds eye view, making sure was being safe 😂😂....
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ashley liebig May 20
Thanks for the great tweets! continues to inspire.
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