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ladybaferd Sep 17
Stand up, move forward, and kick representation in the face. You are valuable because you are different!
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Diana SW Sep 16
Stumbled on the hashtag . If I ever end up in the ER, I pray one of you is my caregiver! I’m in awe - your tweets are inspiring and I’m standing a little taller today because of them.
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Dennis Cho Sep 18
thank you ! google search "POCUS" to see rows and rows of males wielding probes - on my agenda: identify and address gender equity issues in - techie toys and the cutting edge = male-focused? i think i need to do more to boost and empower females in this sphere.
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Rebecca Wood Sep 18
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Sass, MD Sep 17
looks so amazing. 100% regret that I didn't go.
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Michelle Romeo, MD Sep 17
Women make up 80% of the hospital workforce and consumerism but only 13% of us are CEOs. So much of this is horribly wrong. Time to lean in and sit in the office.
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Diana Abbas Sep 25
I still cant stop thinking about it: attending was such a game changer for me. It showed me that there IS revolutionary intersectional sisterhood in medicine that allows for personal and professional growth and empowerment. Thanks again .
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Jenny Tsai, MD, M.Ed Sep 18
Thank you to everyone who offered me kind words, hugs & appreciation after . Major privilege to share that stage with such powerhouses. This whole month I kept thunking my head down, thinking “WHY am I even doing this?!” Y’all made the headache and stress poops so worth it.
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Joann Hsu, MD Sep 17
“Make the patient a part of their OWN care team.” reminds us EM physicians to focus on the big picture and consider the circumstances of each patient. ❤️
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Rachel T. Moresky, MD, MPH, FACEP Sep 17
⁩ ⁦⁩ Global EM Fellowship and ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ class 2017 grad spoke at
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Paula Oldeg Sep 17
I am taking away from this conference not a few practice-altering pearls, but some career (and life!) changing paradigms. Thank you and see you next year!
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Lorraine Ng Sep 17
We are women. We are not defined by what our uterus does, or does not, produce. and Dina Wallin talking about Otherhood not Motherhood.
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Alin Sep 16
Thank you for having me, ! And thanks for all of the hugs, love, and support after the talk. I was extra nervous for this.
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Michelle Romeo, MD Sep 16
Thanks to for reminding us that lidocaine does not numb up the patients emotions. Address their fears, their questions and never forget empathy is sometimes the strongest medicine.
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Rachel Gartland, MD Sep 17
“I don’t want to have to choose between being successful and liked or being competent and being a bitch.” thank you
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Almaz Dessie Sep 17
“It’s hard to breathe when you are locked up in a cage” Standing-O for who made a case for fundamental change in : we need to teach RACISM rather than race is the cause of health disparities
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Ernesto Romo Sep 17
I am proud to be a graduate of for many different reasons. Today I am proud because approximately 10% of male attendees at trained at Cook County!
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Dan Egan Sep 17
Implicit bias..... “If you walk into the room and are already angry at the patient you have to take a step back and ask yourself why”
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Sara Hock, MD Sep 17
Ambition is not a dirty word! If you can do that... You can definitely do this.
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Jenny Tsai, MD, M.Ed Sep 17
Hello it is me I did it I gave a talk in a romper.
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