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Craig Cocchio
Emergency medicine pharmacist, clinical toxicologist, residency program director. Pictures = 1000 words but GIFs say millions! Facebook/Instagram:
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Craig Cocchio Sep 18
Replying to @EMToxRx @ASHPOfficial
Credit where credit is due. Thank you
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Matt Bilhimer Sep 16
Such an awesome ride. We evaluated possible seasonal effect in addition to professional AND personal associations with burnout. Couldn't have done this w/o Thanks also for your early assistance!
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Giles Sep 16
Survey completed to evaluate burnout among EM pharmacists -- two-thirds of respondents indicated high rates of burnout! Think 2020 has helped that rate? Congrats to and and the rest of the author group
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JACCP Sep 16
Younger age, more ED visits per year, level I trauma center designation, and lower percentage of direct patient care time were associated with increased odds of burnout in the July 2018 period.
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Craig Cocchio Sep 14
Today I got to be the only pharmacist toxicologist on a panel of physician toxicologist, largely because of the mentorship from (he was the moderator, so really n of 2) Pharmacists don’t just look out for each other, but push each other to do and be better.
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AACT Acute & Intensive Care Sep 14
Thank you for our excellent panelist, fellows, and moderators for well versed discussion on practical management aspects of patients with severe poisoning
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Ryan Feldman Sep 14
Go check out the AACT A&IC symposium right now!
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Steve Aks Sep 14
Congrats to Dr. Lu for her years of leading this panel with ! Great panel with and and presenting fellows!
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Jon B Cole, MD Sep 14
Ready for Day #3 of main congress. Starting with the critical care symposium, hosted by and Dr. Jenny Lu. Great panel this year:
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AACT Acute & Intensive Care Sep 14
Dont forget to check out our AIC symposium going on live right now at with and more! Cover clinical through the medium of challenging cases.
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Craig Cocchio Sep 14
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Craig Cocchio Sep 14
Replying to @EDPharmThief
We have virtual kits in Pyxis that are unused in the ED. We do have a Pyxis anesthesia station in the trauma bays that hold all that Jazz. Also barcode admin. So much nursin turnover that it wasn’t a big deal
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Craig Cocchio Sep 14
ready for the AACT Acute Intensive Care Section Scientific Symposium! Come check out some interesting cases!
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Craig Cocchio Sep 13
Replying to @iEMPharmD
see previous tweet. do this study in Texas. Will be different. Also stratify by Cowboys wins vs losses
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Craig Cocchio Sep 13
I don’t know why it feels so good to be working in the ED in Texas on a Football Sunday and nobody is here. It’s almost normal again.
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Craig Cocchio Sep 12
Replying to @leonardjbRx
I know nothing of this but now have a new podcast to listen to! The Wikipedia page is intriguing
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Craig Cocchio Sep 12
Replying to @leonardjbRx
Just googled that name... Are you referring to this S-town podcast?
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Craig Cocchio Sep 11
I guess there’s no other way of meeting candidates. Except for the entirety of the internet - webex Skype FaceTime and other million apps
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Craig Cocchio Sep 11
Replying to @PharmDTV @propublica
Look on at the fed tax filings for ashp. In 2018 of their $44 million income, $33 million comes from meetings. That’s why.
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Craig Cocchio Sep 7
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