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Reshma Jagsi
MD, DPhil | Oncologist, Equity Advocate, Bioethics Center Director, Newman Family Professor, Deputy Chair—Rad Onc | | Views my own
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I think a tweetorial from either of you (or both!) would be amazing. There can be so many misconceptions that it’s certainly an important subject to discuss. Thanks!
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Thanks to for a rigorous study on unconscious bias, for her brilliant discussion, for braving trolls to call attention to it, for taking the issue seriously, and for engaging me in a thought provoking interview.
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Reshma Jagsi Dec 12
Thought-provoking plenary lecture by at that’s worth watching online when available if you didn’t catch it in person. Radiation therapy, immunotherapy, and oligometastases. Wonderful partnership between and
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Reshma Jagsi Dec 11
Congratulations to of and all recipients of the Career Catalyst Research grants from - honored tonight
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Eric Topol Dec 9
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Reshma Jagsi Dec 9
Please mark your calendar if you’ll be at and come hear and Eileen Rakovitch give phenomenal talks on Evolving Opportunities to Personalize RT Decisions. Great partnership with ; thanks to for being my partner in this!
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Richard Primus Dec 5
And now, a thread about smart women and misogyny. Whether or not you’re a woman on Twitter, you might know that… (1/14)
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Reshma Jagsi Dec 3
My solution has been recommending other wonderful speakers (like the great —okay, ahem, I’ll stop that)—but seriously, turning it into an opportunity for sponsorship of others still makes you feel you contributed and saves your home life.
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Women In PM&R Dec 3
"...courts in the USA have used a concept called inexorable zero (data suggesting inclusion of zero or near-zero levels of people from under-represented groups) as a prima facie inference (sufficient first impression) of discrimination."
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Stephanie Morain Dec 3
adding to the file of "papers I wish I'd written," the findings of this research letter (using sampling frame) suggest I'm less likely to get likes and retweets from this post than would a male colleague:
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Reshma Jagsi Nov 26
Many specialty societies are launching admirable efforts to promote equity, diversity, and inclusion. The steering committee gathered these data to allow benchmarking & measurement of the positive changes we eagerly anticipate!
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Reshma Jagsi Nov 21
Replying to @IBCradiation
Thanks Wendy! I was told by a former residency director assiduously to avoid SDN, so I try not to read it. The couple of times I have gone there, I have been dismayed by the misinformation and vitriol that appears curiously rampant there, at least in the rad onc bits...
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Reshma Jagsi Nov 21
and I evaluated K award recipients’ perceptions of pressures to change or misrepresent effort; important subject for further research.
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Reshma Jagsi Nov 20
Thanks for including me in this important panel for the Action Collaborative summit today and for sharing these insightful reflections on how to combat in unique ecosystems like healthcare.
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Reshma Jagsi Nov 18
Celebrating the inauguration of the Theodore S. Lawrence and Patricia Krause Research Professorship in Radiation Oncology and installation of Dr. Yi Sun as its first holder. Inspiring demonstration of the power of philanthropy in medicine.
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Reshma Jagsi Nov 18
announced the recipients of its 2019 research awards, which will be presented at : we are celebrating of the Department of Pathology receiving the 2019 Outstanding Investigator Award, supported by
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Reshma Jagsi Nov 14
Thanks ! You’re an inspiration to me, so this means a lot coming from you.
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Reshma Jagsi Nov 12
For health care institutions hoping to move the needle on sexual harassment, here is an example from of how gathering data can inform next steps and also send a message that the institution does not tolerate certain conduct.
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Hillary Clinton Nov 11
Members of our armed forces sacrifice time with their families, their safety, and sometimes even their lives to serve their country. This Veterans Day, let's all take a moment to thank a friend, family member, or neighbor who's served for all they do.
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JAMA Oncology Nov 10
Female oncologists attend fewer conferences than males; should societies facilitate childcare to help ensure broader participation?
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