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Sa'ad Lahri
Emergency Physician,Cape Town, South Africa. Extreme passion for the ECG. Leadership learner. Loves coffee,Barista
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Sa'ad Lahri May 22
Thank you. Failure to plan for Equipment failing as well and how you will respond and not react. I just add that step
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Sa'ad Lahri May 22
Ubuntu... Superb lecture
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Sa'ad Lahri May 15
I am learning from the master
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Sa'ad Lahri May 15
Replying to @EM_Educator @DrSarahEM
Awesome. I add one more on when technology or IT fails. How will I wing that? Plan for that
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Sa'ad Lahri May 11
Replying to @EM_RESUS
Run towards not away
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Kathryn Maitland May 9
Implications for paediatric shock management in resource-limited settings: a perspective from the FEAST trial Why have WHO not changed their guidelines?
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Sa'ad Lahri May 8
“You need the negative focus to survive, but a positive one to thrive.”
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Sa'ad Lahri May 6
I did EM because I let my patient be a second class citizen when I did not know how to resuscitate and could not find someone to help me. I made two promises that day.I would learn and second I would empower others so they would never feel the way I did.
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Sa'ad Lahri May 4
Replying to @tingdan @bwmillar
Thank you for all your hard work and dedication
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Nancy Duarte May 3
Learn to map your , the importance of knowing your audience, and why introverts make the best presenters. via
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Jeremiah Schuur, MD May 2
“Why did you admit him?” the attending asked. In my exhaustion, the excuses I’d prepared left my mind, and I blurted out the truth. “Because he was sick and he had nowhere else to go.” Questionable Admissions
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Fluid Academy Apr 26
Fantastic website with loads of resources and slides, summaries and highlights from course at all by 👍 not to be missed
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Paul Young Apr 26
Hot off the presses. Oxygen in acute illnesses in
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Sa'ad Lahri Apr 25
do you a have the framework for the W&W that you can share please
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Sa'ad Lahri Apr 25
Replying to @tingdan @TChanMD and 6 others
well done!!
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Sa'ad Lahri Apr 22
Replying to @srrezaie
Hi. Will there be a live stream? All the best
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Sa'ad Lahri Apr 16
More humility and less heroism. Lead like the great conductors.
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Sa'ad Lahri Apr 15
thanks for this and your kind words.
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Sa'ad Lahri Apr 14
Replying to @tingdan
I'll go through the scan with you and show you the e-Fash version.
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Steve Pantilat Apr 11
“You can teach a canary in a coal mine to meditate, but it’s still gonna die” we need system changes to combat burnout— and remember that “connection (to others) is protection” Dr. Jenny Ramsey
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