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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 Dec 14
Replying to @smithbrainz
Satire and sarcasm can be very tricky!
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Elizabeth Loder Dec 14
Replying to @eloder
It's also an article where can help flag the satire...which brings us to another offering:
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Elizabeth Loder Dec 14
Replying to @eloder
Not everyone who read this recognized the satire. Thus we added a trigger warning at the bottom of the article: ..."The authors do not actually believe that doctors are lazy or sleep too much..." It's an example of Poe's Law...
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Elizabeth Loder Dec 14
"Have they no evenings? Have they no weekends?" This 😉satirical😉 study suggests doctors could find the time to necessary to deliver preventive services and shared decision-making if they only made better use of currently wasted time.
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Caroline Childs Dec 12
The emoji for stages of grief arising from reviewer 2 comments 😥 😣 🤔 🍷🍷🍷😐
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Jordan Strom, MD, MSc, FASE Dec 13
Our newest publication in : . Parachute use did not prevent death or major injury in the first RCT of its kind. Happy holidays from !
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The BMJ Dec 13
Joy to the world, our Christmas issue is here! guides you through it in editor's choice
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The BMJ Dec 13
Restaurants are serving us a heavy meal—explore this to see the energy content provided in restaurants sampled across 6 different countries
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Elizabeth Loder Dec 12
When a child is born: This Christmas research describes the experience of physician-mothers in the workplace.
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Elizabeth Loder Dec 12
Replying to @eloder
The authors used a bomb calorimeter to measure the energy content of meals. Don't miss the video that shows how this works.
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Elizabeth Loder Dec 12
This Christmas research paper both shows and tells the count of typical meals in different countries. Click on the visualization to see pictures and calorie counts.
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The BMJ Dec 12
Is it time to start using the emoji in biomedical literature? This new paper already seems a firm favourite on Twitter 🧐👩‍🔬👨‍🔬🙌
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Elizabeth Loder Dec 10
In the hospital over ? You might want to stay there. This study suggests that people discharged over the holiday are less likely to have timely outpatient visits and are more likely to die or be readmitted.
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Elizabeth Loder Dec 10
Replying to @eloder
Among other facts: Almost 6% of male physicians and 1% of female physicians in the United States play .
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Elizabeth Loder Dec 10
. Is it true that older male surgeons are overrepresented among doctors who ? In a word, yes. And are better golfers than . Read this Christmas paper for more tidbits.
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Elizabeth Loder Dec 10
Is preventable? The Jingle All the Weigh study, published as part of our Christmas offerings, shows that a brief behavioral intervention was effective.
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Abi Rimmer Dec 10
We at want to hear about small acts of kindness that have brightened your day (especially if it was a tough one). Whatever it is please share using and remind us all that little things can make a big different
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The BMJ Dec 2
If you hadn’t thought about involving patients before, or were sceptical about the benefits, perhaps it’s time to think again? discusses the findings of her latest study showing the impact of PPI on enrolment and retention in clinical trials
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Doctors of the World Dec 3
Doctors of the World has been chosen by The BMJ for its Christmas appeal! If you are subscribed, find out more at or, visit us at
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The BMJ Dec 3
Doctors urge the European Commission to force manufacturers to publish all the evidence on safety of medical devices
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