Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Gavin Preston, M.D. Jul 12
Qualities I most like in a resident: 1. Humility (Keep asking questions, seek senior opinions). 2. Honesty (If you lie to anyone, there's no faster way to harm patients). 3. Compassion (No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care). 4. Diligence.
Reply Retweet Like
Manual Of Medicine Jul 13
Differential Diagnosis for Abdominal Left Upper Quadrant (LUQ) Mass .
Reply Retweet Like
Manual Of Medicine Jul 19
Myocarditis - Pathogenesis and Clinical Findings .
Reply Retweet Like
gwen.mom.md Jul 11
Thanks for this nice GIF. will be using this in one of my slides for the lecture on Acute Respiratory Failure.
Reply Retweet Like
Howard Liu Jul 12
On , let’s amplify medical student and resident voices on Twitter. Please reply if you’re a trainee or to highlight an amazing mentee. I’ll start: - outstanding MD/PhD candidate who‘s presented on social media, equity & Microaggressions
Reply Retweet Like
Christian Ghattas Jul 16
Using the 🐀 🦷 forceps to extract human teeth 😀 one of the easy and rewarding cases that pulmonologists do
Reply Retweet Like
SheonaM Jul 19
‘Dr. M was too vocal about her views on being a social advocate and made me feel like I was part of the problem if I was not involved in this. I also didn’t appreciate the implication that as a straight white male I shouldn’t have anything to complain about.’ [Thread]
Reply Retweet Like
Dan Golden MD MHPE Jul 13
Replying to @AdamMGrant
Me: I've decided not to do this medical specialty. Advisor: If you don't apply this year you'll have a harder time getting in next year. Me: I'm. Not. Doing. This. Specialty. But thanks for the advice.
Reply Retweet Like
Martyn the Molar 23h
Yo medical twitter types: I’m starting a small OMFS related project, and have a couple of questions. 1) For OMFS SHOs what do you wish you’d known more about for being oncall/covering ED 2) ED SHOs/StRs, what OMFS stuff do you wish you’d known?
Reply Retweet Like
Dr. Amon Ferry 19h
Reply Retweet Like
Alistair Dewar Jul 18
July ED learning board for your (non-tick-borne-encephalopathic) brain. Happy Scottish summer everyone! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
Reply Retweet Like
PM&R Medical Student Council Jul 17
Hey med students, check out this must-listen podcast on “Success in the PM&R Match”!! 😄🙌
Reply Retweet Like
JGME Jul 17
A brief intervention that includes a framework for effective feedback and allows faculty to review their own evaluation comments resulted in small but measurable improvement in written feedback provided by faculty
Reply Retweet Like
Jeffry Upperman 8h
BREAKING. Pediatric Surgery Educator of the Year Dr. Pelayo graduate
Reply Retweet Like
LearntheHeart.com Jul 17
Beta-blockers contraindicated in acute MI if: Systolic BP < 110 Pulmonary edema Bradycardia/Heart block Cocaine use
Reply Retweet Like
Gavin Preston, M.D. Jul 19
We can live about a month without food, a week without water, and six minutes without air. But we can't live a second without hope."-- Unknown
Reply Retweet Like
Asma Khalil 18h
Reply Retweet Like
Martina Stippler Jul 19
Essential Neurosurgery for Medical Students Supplement is out! medical students read this before your neurosurgery rotation
Reply Retweet Like
Dr. Amon Ferry Jul 18
Make sure to know when to rest! 'Fatigue accumulation, if not resolved, leads to overwork, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), overtraining syndrome, and even endocrine disorders, immunity dysfunction, organic diseases and a threat to human health.'
Reply Retweet Like
Doctivist 22h
Weekend rounds on internal medicine.
Reply Retweet Like