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Kerstin de Wit
Thrombosis and Emergency physician. Researcher.
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BCEmergMedNtwrk Aug 12
"Finally, our experiences are up for discussion." My Experience of Racism in Medical Education: . By Qadeem Salehmohamed
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Kerstin de Wit Aug 12
Replying to @MDPhDinProgress
D-dimer. Autocorrect removed.
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Kerstin de Wit Aug 12
Replying to @MDPhDinProgress
Vitamin K and octaplex
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Kerstin de Wit Aug 12
Replying to @MDPhDinProgress
Wells score and D-diner
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Alex Yang Aug 12
Name a more dynamic duo than amoxicillin and clavulanate... Ill wait
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Kerstin de Wit Aug 3
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Kerstin de Wit Jul 30
Replying to @robertohle
Clinical decision aides should consider the problem (does it need to be fixed), the user, the environment (emergency department), and the patient (how to improve their experience).
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Her Last Project Jul 29
TV Broadcast Premiere of Her Last Project on CBC
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Kerstin de Wit Jul 30
Actually, data only tells a tiny part of the story. Data does not tell how or why. Without this knowledge we will change nothing.
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Fabrice Mowbray Jul 30
The quant vs qual debate only hinders the quality of work. These paradigms are complementary! I rely heavily on qual researchers to better understand the contextual factors surrounding clinical findings! Mixed-methods research is where its at; collaboration is how we get there !
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Kerstin de Wit Jul 29
Making Decisions in the Era of the Clinical Decision Rule:... : Academic Medicine Do clinical decision rules help emergency physicians make a diagnosis? A controversial question.
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Dr A Papaioannou Jul 28
Mild Cognitive Impairment important topic and very concerning to older adults and their families. Great resource !
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Glen Bandiera Jul 25
She is my new hero: LOTS of important messages here but the best is: those in power who misbehave (disrespecting women in this case) encourage everybody else to behave badly too. How, why do we tolerate this from our leaders?
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Daniel Ting Jul 23
The editorial board at is looking to expand. This has been a great team that has been instrumental in developing my academic career. CJEM is rapidly climbing in impact and breadth. Consider submitting an application to join as a Decision Editor!
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Sameer Sharif Jul 23
I work with amazing people! This initiative has helped so many people in my daily practice!
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Emily Hotton Jul 12
Finally get to lay my hands on the real thing. Makes the writing and the hours of proof reading worth it! Kudos to Prof Wyatt and thanks to
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Kerstin de Wit Jul 7
Replying to @MdLinkins
Bleeding and clotting go hand in hand. Two sides of the same problem. Bleeders clot and clotters bleed. Will always us in business.
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Kerstin de Wit Jul 2
Presenting at the ISTH Diagnostic and Prognostic SSC meeting. Winston is trying his best to star.
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Michelle Welsford Jun 23
Happening now! is hosting our 1st Virtual Abstract Event highlighting the excellent project of our faculty, residents, and some amazing medical students.
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Leslie Skeith Jun 19
By understanding what thrombosis-related COVID-19 research is underway, we can better coordinate our efforts as a global VTE research community. If you are a VTE researcher, complete this survey to help! A chance to WIN 1 of 3 $100 CAD Amazon gift cards
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