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Julia Close, MD Oct 19
Had a discussion about how to use social media in relation to . Overheard, “I don’t really think this twitter thing is going to take off”. Can I get 1k engagements on this post just so I can giggle about the irony?
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Gavin Preston, M.D. Oct 18
"If you cannot explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough."-- Albert Einstein.
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Gavin Preston, M.D. Oct 20
The four qualities I admire most in a doctor are: 1. Compassion. 2. Humility. 3. Diligence. 4. Courage.
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JGME Oct 18
Physicians transitioning from med school to intern year can find literature to guide them, but the progression from 1st to 2nd year of residency is less explored.
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avr is the best lead 11h
The secret to being a safe, effective doctor is not memorizing tons of arcane information, but knowing where to look up answers to your clinical questions & critically appraise the evidence available.
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EY,MD 23h
- let's change it!
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Gavin Preston, M.D. Oct 20
Several US studies found we doctors interrupt patients 18-23 seconds into the interview. A UK GP study found 53 seconds. Imagine what we could do if simply gave patients the first minute?
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Manual Of Medicine Oct 20
Features of hyper and hypothyroidism .
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John P Erwin III MD✭ 10h
I firmly believe that is one of the languages by which God speaks to us. I also firmly believe that God has a stellar sense of humor! Be an instrument of healing.
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Eric Holmboe Oct 20
It is time for to let go of out-dated notions of autonomy. A better conception, from our wise nursing colleagues, is relational autonomy. This conception acknowledges autonomy is dependent on relationships and trust with others.
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Amy Vinson, MD 5h
Replying to @VonAnneli @ShannonOMac
Agreed. “Memorize as little as possible and apply to as much as possible.” (- my mom. Constantly) You understand first principles better and learn new things easier and react in a crisis faster (when you can’t do a search!)
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David A. Cohen 2h
Sick of pyramids? So am I. But here’s an awesome INVERTED learning pyramid from on how we learn & how we remember.
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Allan McDougall🕹️ Oct 19
Replying to @phdhpe
Fair process of natural justice underpins any negotiations around a conflict. 3 main components : Nature of complaint needs to be explained / understood. An opportunity to respond should have been offered. Actions should be taken to demonstrate how decisions are unbiased.
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