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👩‍🔬💉🔬 Jun 11
I’m gonna start bugging ’s giants to please acknowledge the existence of the labs that help them do their job with confidence. Pleeeeese for the love of accurate and reliable results, pleeeeeease say something nice about the lab, it would make our freaking day 😭🙏🏼
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Michael McClurkin, MD, MPP Jun 15
Medicine has a weird teaching culture. Nothing is ever direct. If you ask for help on a problem someone always replies “what do YOU think is the answer?”. Sometimes we just need love and to be told what the answer is. Not doing so breeds insecurity.
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K Brooke Golisch Jun 14
I took my mom to see the hospital I’ll be working at today and she asked me where my office is... Seems like I have some educating to do on what an intern is 🤣
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RanaAwdishMD Jun 14
Sensed I felt rushed in a clinical encounter today, and felt icky. On the drive home I called the patient’s room and had the nicest, most relaxed conversation about fears and hopes - things that needed time/space to surface. I’m not sure which of us felt more healed.
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Dr. Golf Shirt Jun 12
The medical word most often mispronounced by patients: supraspinatus Any others ?
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Join Y. Luh Jun 12
"just 5% of cancer patients accurately understood their prognoses well enough to make informed decisions about their care."
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Jamie Coleman Jun 13
Let’s say I don’t believe in seatbelts. Then let’s say I have kids, and I don’t put them in seatbelts. And let’s say when I drive other kids around, I don’t put them in seatbelts either. And then I get in a wreck. And kids die. Is it still about “beliefs”?
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Dr. Howie Mell Jun 17
To all the incoming interns; I offer the best advice ever given to me: run to trouble. Whenever there is chaos, or something going wrong, be there. Watch & learn. When it’s your time to lead, everything will seem mild, and you will have a deep mental toolbox to use!
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Jasmine R Marcelin, MD Jun 14
Ladies and gentleman of , I am proud and beyond excited to report that this is the face of the newest ASSOCIATE PROGRAM DIRECTOR of the . I’m ready. Let’s hear from residents, chiefs and PDs!
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Roxana Daneshjou, MD/PhD Jun 11
Well it’s only Tuesday but we have this piece in saying doctors should stay silent on social media and also, as an aside, show no emotions. So I’m going to do everything the article says not to do and talk about it!
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Niki H-H, notMD Jun 10
50% of UWorld users need to follow and they’d have known the answer to this Q immediately! I truly owe all my ophtho knowledge to
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Gavin Preston, M.D. Jun 15
Medicine is the only profession where when the canary in the coalmine dies, people say "Can't we just get stronger canaries?"
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Indu Partha, MD FACP Jun 12
As we hurtle toward another 7/1, , can you share what your 1st rotation as an was? What was your biggest lesson learned?
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Peter Jun 12
A pirate goes to the doctors and says ”Arrrrggh doc, there be moles on me back” The Doctor has a look and tells him “Don’t worry. They’re benign” The Pirate says “Count again, ya scurvy dog; I’m sure there be ten”
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Martina Murphy, MD 2h
Today I watched as a colleague was asked a tough question by a pt : “How did the other doctors miss this?”. His beautiful reply : “They didn’t. I have more information now than they did then making it easier for me to solve this puzzle.” Humble grace personified.
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Alice Gallo, MD Jun 17
To all the interns starting residencies this week: welcome! It will be tough, but totally worth it! It is a privilege to take care of people when they need a physician the most! To the interns: I can’t wait to work with you all!
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Dr. Brandon Mahal 2h
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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MoogiemonsterC Jun 16
Are you with us? Don’t punish pain!
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RanaAwdishMD Jun 13
I have an art assignment to complete this weekend as illustration for a book. The prompt is, “the language of medicine.” What comes to mind? What do you see?
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Maggie 11h
Hey I just applied for a job in which I can actually use my hard earned EMT certification. Let’s hope I get it.
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