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Anthony Accurso, MD 1h
as also states - seeing bupe pts weekly allows for much therapeutic alliance building. Also love: shared decision making, deprescribing, and demystifying medical jargon.
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Deepa Rani Nandiwada 1h
the waiver is more intimidating than prescribing bupenorphine. OUD is another chronic disease in the wheelhouse of the we need more generalist to treat this crisis.
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SGIM 21h
Why GIM? Because general internists play significant roles in clinical care, research, health policy, public health, medical education, and leadership.
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Jeffrey Jaeger 43m
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Ohio State Internal Medicine Residency 14h
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Deepa Rani Nandiwada 54m
check out this MAT tweetorial made by one of our trainees for week! Spread the love please!
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Deepa Rani Nandiwada 1h
had a great episode on suboxone from a perspective with - would love for you guys to come to our OUD and generalists networking session tonight with
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Deepa Rani Nandiwada 1h
This comes up all the time! As someone who is we can do a ton of counseling on anxiety, depression, and addiction when patients weekly for bupe! Totally the role of the generalist
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Sonja Raaum 18h
students it’s week Join us to discuss the depth and joys of careers in general internal medicine Wed 2/26 at noon in HSEB 2110! and John Doane will share their journeys in QI, Med Ed, Policy and Clinic Admin
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Gopi Astik 11h
It's standing room only at this amazing event. Thank you
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Daniel C. Stokes 13h
1/ You’ve decided a patient is a good candidate for office based opioid treatment (OBOT). And you’re trained and waivered to provide it! Now what? A created with and for Philadelphia’s week
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SGIM Feb 24
Happy Proud to be GIM week! Let's kick off this fun week with a bang. Send us your best selfies wearing your swag! Be sure to include the hashtag with your posts.
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auston stiefer Feb 24
Now ⁦⁩ is continuing our keynote event with a panel discussion with ⁦⁩ governor Dr. Robert Hauger, our ProudtobeGIM 2020 adviser Dr. Audrey Corbett, and our newest IM faculty member Dr. Kevin Smith.
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Judy Tung Feb 24
Kicking off week by serving as inpatient am report attending. Young man with fevers/SOB; pleural effusion with an equivocal ADA. Great case for both the inpatient and the outpt environment.
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OU-Tulsa Dept of Internal Medicine Feb 24
Kicking off week tonight with our very own Dr. Hoskison ! Come hear his talk on the history of medicine followed by a panel discussion and a chance to win great prizes! - PTBGIM 2020 via
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Jill Allenbaugh Feb 24
Happy week!! Looking forward to our event with and on Tuesday, and our city wide event on Wednesday!!
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andrea labus 17h
1st and 2nd year students turned out today to hear from faculty and residents about why we are . Thanks to and for sponsoring.
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Lilah Morris Wiseman Feb 24
Thanks and lucky to have you as a colleague!
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Rebecca Rogers 8h
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Mark Street 8h
Great time learning from Dr. Karl Hoskison about the history of IM followed by a panel discussion (Dr. Robert Hauger, Dr. Audrey Corbett, & Dr. Kevin Smith) about their diverse GIM experiences and the career opportunities GIM provides.
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