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Dr. Melissa Weimer 23 Dec 18
Waiting on starting is akin to saying ‘I know u need insulin but I’m not going to prescribe it until u find a doctor in 2 weeks.If someone has that severe a medical illness, we would not reserve tx for weeks on end.” Nice work ⁦
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Dr. Proctor Aug 2
Important study finds pts w/OUD receiving at time of hospital admission less likely to be re-admitted within 30 & 90 days compared to pts not receiving .
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Dr. Melissa Weimer Nov 25
🔥🔥🔥off ⁦⁩ presses from ⁦ “access expansion efforts that fail to address quality give us pause”⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Shivraj Singh Chouhan 18 Jul 17
Best Wishes to Ji for taking up an additional charge of . The Ministry will grow & develop under your profound leadership.
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Sowmya 12 Jul 17
Proud to have done my first 💩!!! Go on and review public toilets!
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Tyler Winkelman Jan 15
Check out ’s new toolkit for jails and prisons. Includes learnings from our // collaboration to increase in jail, as well as from many other programs doing great work.
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New York Society of Addiction Medicine Feb 8
⁩ has created a successful network of EDs & clinics to expand linked by an electronic referral platform! Excellent work!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
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Arindam Das Sarkar 28 Aug 18
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Backhouse Media 22 Nov 16
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Jenna Bluestein Jul 16
Replying to @Jenna_Bluestein
Audience member rightfully points out that we don’t seem to have a problem with access to prisons for people with OUD! Expanding treatment costs money, but not nearly what we spend on criminalization.
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Jenna Bluestein Jul 16
Replying to @Jenna_Bluestein
Final thoughts from the panelists: OUD is a treatable condition and no one should be dying. We have medications that work and buprenorphine has the most potential for expanded access. Removing the waiver is a necessary common sense solution to move tx forward.
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Alicia Ventura 10 Nov 18
.⁦⁩ presenting Mass Chapter 55 data looking at receipt of in 3 months following discharge from hospital for ID associated endocarditis- only 1/3! These are obvious missed opportunities to engage
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Sandeep Kapoor, MD, MS-HPPL Nov 17
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Maisam Iltaf 15 Aug 18
My 17 years old cousin, , who studied tuition at , is missing. Have been to several hospitals, found nothing. Anyone who gets to know any girl named Rahila, please call at 0787868114. Rahila wen#kabul
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Achlendra Katiyar 7 Jun 16
pitched for farmation of Citizen Council for cleanliness in event.
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Josh Barocas 15 Jun 18
Maybe now we can just start calling MAT just TREATMENT. I have adopted the term (thanks to and ) (medications for opioid use disorder).
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Ali Jalali Oct 17
Disconcerting statistic at Women with Addiction and the Criminal Justice System session: 92% of jails studied by discontinue for pregnant women after end of pregnancy.
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Jennifer Sharpe Potter, PhD, MPH Jun 25
Recruiting post-doctoral fellows to join our hardworking, passionate SUDtx team committed to program development to increase access in Texas. State and federal funding. Possible T32 post-doc depending on candidate scholarship. DM me!
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IOM Nepal Dec 2
In collaboration w/ relevant Ministries , , , n , a 3-days capacity building training on &Management () is being held for authorities of 3 municipalities-, n at , on 2-4 Dec.
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Chris Herndon Nov 11
harm reduction friends: how do you describe in your note patients who have achieved recovery with purchased from "the street"? I hate putting that in their chart worded like that. Would "non-traditional" supply work? Trying to do my part...
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