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Alex Gamble 12 Mar 16
If you are in Palliative Care, you are a teacher. Go find nurses, medical students, colleagues, and teach.
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Steve Berns 12 Mar 16
Ending the conference on a bright note--- thanks for the amazing community
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Jake Strand 12 Mar 16
In response to spiritual statements in fam meetings, 28% docs reach into the bag & come back with “mhmm”.
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Earl Quijada 12 Mar 16
Clinicians don't always give treatment because of banality or money, it's because it's how they show love. -
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Drew A Rosielle 11 Mar 16
Best thing I ever learned about methadone is that the system of care/monitoring more impt than correct "math"
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Alex K. Smith 10 Mar 16
Ask not what can do for you but what you can do for care! +Marion Grant
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Nelia Jain 12 Mar 16
So great to have in my city. Thanks for a great conference. Safe travels home, everyone!
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Joe Rotella 10 Mar 16
The great sports EMOTE neck tattoo on stage as waits to share experience with Measuring What Matters
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Lori Earnshaw 12 Mar 16
Mandate mid-career training per Dr. Meier. HCAPs scores can only improve through education and require system support
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Anne Sutherland, MD 12 Mar 16
Top 2 NYT science books books deal with end of life and Palliaitve care.
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Rafael Bloise MD, MA 12 Mar 16
final answer for palliative care ,education, education, education and so on...
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Jefferson Svengsouk 12 Mar 16
“Think ‘comfort seeking’ instead of ‘drug seeking’” Amy L Davis DO Managing Pain in Opioid-Dependent Patients
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Scott Lake 12 Mar 16
"If I ever go back into full-time clinical practice it's going to be medicine"
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Meredith MacMartin 12 Mar 16
Abernethy on good data
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Jason A. Webb, MD 12 Mar 16
Reflecting on and still moved by 's work on 'Before I Die' Project around the world. Simply beautiful.
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Lori Ruder #Insulin4All 12 Mar 16
Tweeters be sure to monitor your CIWA-T scale (Clinical Institute Withdrawal Assessment-Twitters). Use benzos as appropriate
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Thomas LeBlanc, MD 12 Mar 16
Tip on communicating w/cancer team: "I don't have much experience with this. What are you hoping we can accomplish?"
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Rebecca Aslakson 12 Mar 16
Time to start SCRAMBLING pain - non-invasive, often effective...revolutionary (partic for neuropathic pain)!
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HPM LGBTQ SIG 12 Mar 16
Arizona next year will be very pretty. But it's also very unwelcoming for LGBT team members & their families.
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Andy Probolus 12 Mar 16
Compassion for other clinicians is key for changing culture and dissemination of
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