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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH
Headache doctor, Professor , Head of research for The BMJ. Tweeting solely in my personal capacity.
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH 20h
It was such a great talk. Thanks.
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Trisha Greenhalgh 😷 #BlackLivesMatter Aug 12
Semi-retired clinical academics who have boasted that you could run the BMJ better than the current bunch, here's your opportunity:
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Aug 13
Replying to @JaleedAG93
Anywhere in the world! Work can be done remotely.
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José G. Merino Aug 12
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Joseph Ross Aug 13
Calling all clever, purpose-driven, patient-centered, rigorous clinical researchers, esp women & URM, is looking for a freelance editor. Years of journal experience NOT necessary. Reach out to me, or if interested.
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Aug 12
Replying to @BenMazer
Haha! Merely encouraged...
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Aug 11
No word limits for research articles. Just saying.
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Aug 11
The BMJ is hiring! We're searching for a freelance physician research editor to oversee appraisal, peer review and editing of research papers. Flexible hours, ~ 2 days/week, compatible with continued clinical or other work.
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Aug 5
Replying to @MedCrisis @venkmurthy
Fiorinal and fioricet - because the idea for the combo came from Dr. Armold Friedman of Montefiore.
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Aug 2
I think the two day time period was between submission of the revised version of the paper and final acceptance.
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Jul 30
Replying to @laure_wynants
To see how this works, check out the 21 July update of our first on prognostic models for , by and colleagues. It was first published in April and has been updated twice already.
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Jul 30
Replying to @eloder
And an editorial describing our plans to publish in fast-moving research areas.
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Jul 30
Replying to @eloder
But wait! There's more: an accompanying practice guideline.
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Jul 30
Interested in the latest evidence for drug treatments of on a variety of outcomes? Want to know # of trials & participants & strength of the evidence? This new and have the answers and will be updated regularly.
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Jul 30
The study about practice group composition was published in and can be found here:
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Jul 30
Working In A Male-Dominated Medical Practice Can Cost Female Physicians $90,000—Or More via
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Jul 30
Lack of in practice groups comes with a (literal) cost to women physicians. Practice composition and sex differences in physician income: observational study
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Jul 29
Thank you, , for injecting some sanity into the discussion about an test.
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Jul 12
Replying to @jsekharan
Reminds me of a New Yorker cartoon where the wife is saying to the divorce court judge “And your Honor, he puts wooden-handled knives in the dishwasher.”
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Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH Jul 9
Replying to @danbarker
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