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Adrienne Betteley Mar 22
“We need stories more than we need data” and we “need it to come from thousands of voices” says in order to change the taboo of death and dying
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Emma Husbands Mar 22
‘So sick they might die’ - acute admitting teams-think about adding ‘might be dying’ to your differential diagnosis when someone is admitted. This doesn’t preclude ‘active treatment’ but acknowledges the uncertainty, sows the seed, allows imp things to happen if needed.
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Andrew Thorns Mar 22
No need to go to court when withdrawing clinically assisted nutrition in minimally conscious state if all agree and due process followed but do need 2nd opinion
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St Luke's Sheffield Mar 21
Dr Laura McTague is presenting the interim results of the first EoLC community of practice for Paramedics in the world at . Through the provision of education and mentoring the programme has improved the knowledge and confidence of Paramedics providing EoLC
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Jason C Kwan Jul 16
So proud of my former postdoc Skyler Carlson. Yesterday at she talked about extracting compounds from seawater (!) at
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Amy Lane 👩‍🔬🏊🏻‍♀️🚴🏻‍♀️🏃‍♀️🐾💥 Jul 17
Grateful and ecstatic to receive this year’s Matt Suffness Award at . Thank you for promoting the careers of young investigators.
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UK Palliative trainee Research Collaborative Mar 21
We're at the conference - please come and meet us to find out more!
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The Natural Products Atlas Jul 17
Such a pleasure to have been at this week. Thanks to and everyone involved in organizing and volunteering.
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pharmacognosy.us Jul 11
The program app is now available! Plan your meeting.
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Catherine Walshe Mar 22
Recognising the process of dying : reclaiming the forgotten wisdom. From letters. . Where is the role of Palliative care? Why have we neglected this?
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AmSoc Primatologists Aug 24
Dr. Susan Alberts received the Distinguished Primatologist Award for her long-term research on the relationship between development and the environment in yellow baboons!
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Amy Lane 👩‍🔬🏊🏻‍♀️🚴🏻‍♀️🏃‍♀️🐾💥 Jul 13
Great workshop from at . 💯 Thank you and the rest of GNPS team!
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Celia Kitzinger Mar 22
The new Guidance on clinically assisted nutrition + hydration is supported by learning resources. These include flowchart of decision-making process, infographic on best interests, podcasts (+ case studies coming soon). Check them out
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Rudolf Lab Jul 17
Congrats on your Matt Suffness Young Investigator Award! A great talk on CDPS biosynthesis . Looking forward to seeing more from your lab
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Loesgen Lab Jul 17
Wise words of wisdom!
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The Tidgewell Lab Jul 16
Starting the day off strong with showing how to combat ovarian cancer
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Raymond Vagell 🏳️‍🌈👨🏻‍💻🖥️🐒 Aug 24
"The split between captive and wild is not real" 🙌🙌🙌🙌
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Australasian Society for Psychophysiology 23h
Struggling for ideas on what to do between 25-27 November? GOOD NEWS conference registration and abstract submission is now open for the conference in Wollongong head to the website for more details and to register!
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GMC Mar 22
If you’re a doctor at , read our five things to know about and guidance on clinically-assisted nutrition and hydration here 👉 And please share our advice with your patients and families too
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Sam H Ahmedzai Mar 22
Dr Elaine Boland (Hull) reviewing evidence for Cannabinoids in cancer and non-cancer chronic pain. Overall, little evidence of benefit compared with adverse effects. Important to warn patients of these findings!
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