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Andrew Petrosoniak
EM physician & trauma team leader, Toronto. Lead, Translational Simulation. Interests = & Toronto Raptors.
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Unity Health Toronto 13h
Workers fast-tracked completion of parts of The Peter Gilgan Patient Care Tower at St. Michael’s Hospital to keep pace with the pandemic. Read about how we increased our critical care capacity about three months ahead of schedule:
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Andrew Petrosoniak 18h
Great read though language could be adjusted to better communicate take homes for non medical folks.
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EM UofT Aug 12
Great live podcast today for academic day with and on all things trauma- REBOA, art lines, Geri trauma, blunt trauma priorities, TXA, trauma care in a post-COVID19 world, and more!! *Link to come*
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Andrew Petrosoniak Aug 12
Well written thread 👇 on considerations in getting back to school. Take note and
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David Carr Aug 11
Came home early from work and watched Field of Dreams with my daughter and then had a catch. Go the distance. Best sports movie ever.
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Andrew Petrosoniak Aug 11
This is pretty interesting.
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CJEM Aug 11
CAEP Position Statement – Sick notes for minor illness by Drs. Jesse McLaren, , "The Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians advocates for a ban on sick-note requirements by employers and schools"
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U of T MD Program Aug 7
Gyms are open, but are they safe in the age of COVID-19? ’s weighs in and explains what you need to know before hitting the gym.
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SMH Critical Care Aug 7
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Steve Lin Aug 7
Stop this dangerous narrative. We need to learn from history and from current examples of how not to open up.
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Andrew Morris Aug 6
From no plan to facilitate contact tracing from bars & restaurants, to no extra effort to mitigate school risk, the Ontario govt is proving itself to lack the administrative sophistication and desire to tackle complexity when we need it most. This doesn’t bode well.
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Andrew Petrosoniak Aug 6
Great use of design. Make it so easy for ppl to do the action that is preferred. Yes, acknowledge that false neg is an issue but high specificity and detecting even small # of positives has tremendous upside.
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CJEM Aug 6
ICYMI: “Building the plane as you fly”: Simulation during the COVID-19 pandemic by Simulation for: Protected protocol development and testing, education, team-based training and more!
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Andrew Petrosoniak Aug 6
An important read for us in Ontario & Canada. "Hong Kong was a pandemic poster child. Now it’s a cautionary tale."
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Andrew Petrosoniak Aug 5
Wow. Congrats Michelle!!!
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Amol Verma Aug 5
Congratulations - 's new Division Head of Hematology/Oncology. What an amazing choice. Excited to see the future of this amazing Division in our hospital.
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SMH Critical Care Aug 4
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Shawn Mondoux Aug 3
I think this is a call for CDRs to be co-designed with end-users and patients. They should also include important patient-Centred studies such as the work by . I agree with the call for inclusion of design thinking as well as other design/imp modalities.
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Christopher Hicks Aug 1
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Justin Morgenstern Jul 21
The best talk on checklists you will find - by Checklists are important, but we have got them very wrong in emergency medicine. Design matters a lot
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