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Lucas Rappert
alum, College of Biosciences Student, aspiring trauma surgeon☤, IRONMAN triathlete in training, & LGBTQ+ advocate🌈 Views my own.
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Lucas Rappert Jun 18
Replying to @FLTDOC1
So using slides like these meant your slides actually had to be completed prior to the day before a presentation? I don’t see any feasible way to make last-minute edits to these...
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Lucas Rappert Jun 14
As I study for my MCAT and I come across difficult questions,this is exactly what it feels like... 🤦‍♂️ , I think this long week has gotten to your question writer, I’d recommend giving them the rest of today off and Monday if they need it. 😆
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Lucas Rappert Jun 13
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Lucas Rappert Jun 13
Such an awesome conversation on a very important topic, which goes well beyond surgery. I am so fortunate to have briefly worked with during several trauma activations at the U. Wishing you the best in your fellowship and beyond, Dr. Frasier!
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Lucas Rappert May 20
Shoutout to all of the folks who share stories about their journeys in medicine. They continue to be a source of motivation and inspiration when the imposter syndrome creeps up during this ’s road to med school. Thank you!
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Lucas Rappert May 20
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Lucas Rappert May 9
Madison area peeps! Here’s your chance to meet the people who inspire me in my journey towards medicine. I guarantee you will not be disappointed interacting with the minds who may some day be keeping you alive in the future. 🙌🏼
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Lucas Rappert May 9
Sending love your way . So sorry for your loss. I’m sure Rebekah’s heart and soul will continue to invigorate you all to continue doing amazing good for the world. 💙
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Lucas Rappert May 8
Had an interview with a trauma surg research program today. As I learned the projects, I was beaming with excitement. Unfortunately, no positions matched with my schedule. , thinking about launching a trauma research program anytime soon? If so, I’m interested. :)
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Lucas Rappert May 5
Replying to @OscarxAdrian
It’s all about perspective. Embrace this journey, get as much as you can out of taking the long, scenic route. It allows for an increased chance of more opportunities to grow, which will make you a better physician in the future.
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Alex Shaffer May 4
the flight attendants were outstanding. This is what we did during our storm delay. Link for full video
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Lucas Rappert May 1
Happy National Stop the Bleed Month
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Lucas Rappert Apr 30
I agree, especially with the rise of and lately. at provided something similar for staff in 2017. It was extremely beneficial. It included a rocking chair, calming music, dimmable lights, and if I recall correctly, a yoga mat.
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Lucas Rappert Apr 30
But when is Skye going to get her own account?
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Lucas Rappert Apr 30
Replying to @MaxLazarusDO1
Ultimately, the most important thing is ensuring the providers/staff caring for these patients and families process the situation and maintain a good network of supporters for those deaths that are tougher to process (peds, trauma, etc.). /2
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Lucas Rappert Apr 30
Replying to @MaxLazarusDO1
Not a doctor, but as a death investigator who’s made dozens death notifications, it’s important to be attentive to their receipt of the info. You can be nearly in tears with one family, however another family may require their source of info to be more reverent and stoic. /1
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Stanford Surgery Apr 30
“Study what pisses you off ...because that is what will get you up in the morning” visiting professor Dr. Gretchen Schwarze starts off this AM’s with humor and great advice!
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Lucas Rappert Apr 30
🙌🏼🙌🏼 Such an awesome team! Nice work!
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Lucas Rappert Apr 29
🙌🏼 I am so glad to hear! Also, shout out to Erica over at the call center. She went above and beyond to ensure the proper staff were notified about the urgent safety issue at hand! Thanks, !
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Lucas Rappert Apr 24
It’s certainly a safety hazard. You cannot control peoples’ reactions to avoid swerving into the oncoming lane of traffic on that narrow rd, but KC does have the ability to increase the priority of the issue. Hope nobody gets hurt before it gets fixed.
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