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Elizabeth Loder
Headache doctor, Professor , Head of research for The BMJ. Tweeting solely in my personal capacity.
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Elizabeth Loder May 5
This is exciting and happy news. Congratulations.
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TIME'S UP Healthcare Apr 22
“We should say, ‘Of course this is inappropriate,’ and we should be talking about it and not checking ourselves before we say something.” , PHD RN, a member of our advisory council, on nursing & the role of . Read more here:
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Gary Collins 🇪🇺 Apr 17
NEW paper in with : Guide to presenting clinical prediction models for use in clinical settings ()
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Elizabeth Loder Apr 12
How did founder Elizabeth Holmes become a member of the Board of Fellows? In this thoughtful piece, former HMS dean explains and discusses lessons learned.
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Elizabeth Loder Mar 28
This is an important initiative. It will be interesting to see if additional information will be available about harms suffered by trial participants and patients from the patch device.
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Elizabeth Loder Mar 8
was glad to have you there. Thanks for your work as a reviewer and editorialist for the journal.
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Elizabeth Loder Mar 6
The public health problem of : this study just out in quantifies the association between loose gun laws and greater numbers of mass shootings in US states.
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Elizabeth Loder Feb 22
Replying to @eloder
Do other female physicians experience this sort of treatment when dealing with insurance companies and pharmacies?
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Elizabeth Loder Feb 22
-Horrible experience today trying to respond to the pharmacy department's request for information about a prior auth. Multiple transfers, different stories, & being called "ma'am" despite identifying myself as the doctor.
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Saurabh Jha Feb 14
Modern day Marie Antoinettes
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Richard Lehman Feb 12
Obesity and mortality: how to ignore inconvenient evidence and turn benefit into risk:
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Elizabeth Loder Feb 6
Replying to @KDNyhan @levay_paul
I have been in touch with the authors and they will be responding.
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The Secret Doctor Feb 1
Is it unprofessional to let patients see you drinking coffee?
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Elizabeth Loder Jan 31
What is the effect of in the department? This RCT showed an increase in # of patients seen and decreased door-to-doctor times. The description of "incidents" involving scribes makes interesting reading.
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Elizabeth Loder Jan 31
To eat or not to eat ...you decide. Existing evidence from randomized trials of skipping v not skipping breakfast doesn't show much difference in calorie intake or .
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Elizabeth Loder Jan 31
Thank you for your attention. Please post a rapid response to the paper itself so the authors can comment on this matter!
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Gary Collins 🇪🇺 Jan 30
NEW PAPER with in : A guide to systematic review and meta-analysis of prognostic factor studies ()
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Melissa K Sharp Jan 28
How can and help promote better interpretations of study findings & reduce spin in ? 'Can we find a “spin marker” or “false claim detector”. This is a daring proposition'
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The Bismarck Tribune Jan 24
Theodore Roosevelt V sees fitting placement of presidential library in Badlands
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Elizabeth Loder Jan 23
Replying to @Tfeend @bmj_latest
You can definitely send your CV directly to me if you'd like. eloder@bmj.com
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