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Academic Medicine Jun 14
Authors study the effect of a planned promotion strategy on access of online articles of an established academic medical journal: .
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GomerBlog Jun 12
All doctors have a DNR* list. *do not refer: a mental list of colleagues they would not refer friends/family/patients/favorite hairdresser too
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Eduardo Alcaraz, MD PhD 6m
Today, Wednesday, last day at and also last day to participate in a validation study in the field of and . During break & lunch time. Remember, a great book can be yours: Molecular Diagnostics in Cytopathology (2019)
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CG-MERC 17m
what comes to your mind when you heard the word "feedback"?
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Michelle Kittleson Jun 17
Heart failure: 1) EF 20% —> 10% in the absence of new symptoms doesn’t mean much 2) Rising Cr: don’t assume the pt is dry- think about low cardiac index 3) HF pt needs metolazone, midodrine, or home oxygen: worrisome prognostic signs
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MedEd Jun 14
DME recognizes Dr Sandy Yingling (pictured with Dean Rosenblatt) as faculty Rising Star for 2019 and Dr Jorge Girotti as Faculty of the Year for 2019 in
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Sanjay A. Patel, MD 15h
I had an MS3 who bought a cupcake for and sat with a patient & family because it was their birthday in the hospital with an upcoming lengthy hospital stay. This is why tests scores aren’t what makes good doctors
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Manual Of Medicine Jun 17
Directed Physical Examination in Syncope .
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WCM Anesthesiology 16h
Our own Dr. Dan Cook presents at the NYC Medical Education Subway Summit.
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Latest on His Bundle Pacing 19h
Hot off the press: Recovery of complete left bundle branch block following heart failure improvement by left bundle branch pacing in a patient. Follow & RT! via
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London Acad of Med 13h
Thank you to the presenters and attendees of our Annual Continuing Medical Education Event this past weekend. We enjoyed a fabulous day filled with evidence-based practice pearls and meaningful connection.
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Dr. Brandon Mahal 4h
I recently had the privilege of presenting my ongoing research to my department. My favorite part of these talks is sharing the personal lessons that our patients, research, colleagues, friends, family and "process" teach us along the way.
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Middle East Medical Portal 17m
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SunilRMD Jun 16
Best wishes to all new interns and rising senior residents! Never be afraid to ask someone for help (even senior residents)
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Leaptoad Patient Safety Group 36m
It's a great day to my problems away Shake some pounds loose from my big caboose Sculpt my thunder thighs to make them easier on the eyes A surgeon will easily fix the problem Minimal side-effects according to advertisements
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Mohammad Bilal, MD 11h
July is coming & a whole new set of “interns” will be joining us. So I wanted to share this article I wrote 6 yrs ago after finishing my 1st month of intern yr for our local mag What are your intern yr experiences? Please excuse my English from 6 yrs ago😳
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ASP in the Bronx 8h
Happy to present our poster at the NYC Summit conference about partnering with to engage pre-clincial medical students in through patient, public health & advocacy stories
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Grant, McCooley & Sphincterpopper, LLC Jun 16
Let's get to the root cause of Is the as gatekeeper withholding information from the doctor so as not to be a bother? Or are nurses reporting their patients' deterioration only for to blow off the situation?
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Tanya Horsley 59m
Great evening with incredible volunteers of the ⁦⁩ Education Research Grant Committee ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ missing from the photo ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩)
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