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Taj Mustapha, MD
Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Tweets my own. Retweets and follows do not imply endorsement. Pronouns: She/Her
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Utibe R. Essien, MD MPH Apr 3
Before the grants are reviewed, the IRBs are submitted, the data are analyzed, and the manuscripts are in press, reporters will likely continue to shed light on the issues related to and . A thread of articles, to be daily updated, on this topic. 1/
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Jasmine R Marcelin, MD, FACP 🦠 Apr 5
This is a reality for black and brown people. Staying home/working from home is not always an option. Going out with a mask while black is not safe. I keep coming back to it...we are living in Animal farm...all animals are equal, but some are more equal than others.
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BriannaEngelson Apr 3
friends! Consider taking the Foundations in Health Equity virtual elective (INMD7008)! Created by one of my very best friends & there are still spots open to work w/ some truly amazing docs!
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Ben Trappey Mar 25
Life is nuts and changing fast. I wrote a thing. Read it if you want.
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Taj Mustapha, MD Mar 31
Replying to @tjnissly @TheOnion
Reminds me of the Oscar Wilde quote; “Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life.” I was just hoping life wouldn’t actually be an article.
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Taj Mustapha, MD Mar 24
My favorite movie - and I believe I sent this gif to a colleague when we were trying to obtain a prior authorization for a patient
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Taj Mustapha, MD Mar 5
leaders (usually male) inhibit transparency under the guise of privacy. Unless we can all agree that equity takes precedence over privacy when it comes to salary in our workplaces, I sadly don’t see an end to salary inequity.
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Taj Mustapha, MD Mar 5
Transparency and meaningful metrics are key. With just transparency, leaders will hand-waive away discrepancies. With just metrics, promotion differences are clear, but not pay inequity.
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Taj Mustapha, MD Feb 26
Replying to @MariaUloko @UMNUrology
Thank you and for engaging in these difficult and important conversations!
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Maria Uloko MD Feb 26
Thank you for the engaging discussion this morning to the department on physician mistreatment and the impact it has on patient care. Important work being done in the field of
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Taj Mustapha, MD Feb 21
I’m definitely going to try this!
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Taj Mustapha, MD Feb 21
Anybody else feel bad for your friends whose actual name is ‘Karen’?
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Taj Mustapha, MD Feb 20
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Dr. Nathan Chomilo Feb 14
Roses are red Violets sometimes look blue Calling block granting an “opportunity” for health Is a dishonest thing to do
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Global Institute for Women's Leadership Feb 9
"Where there are hostile workplace cultures, we simply can't ask women to lean in and try harder to reach leadership positions. Instead, we need to ensure undermining behaviour is called out." Our Director quoted by
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Taj Mustapha, MD Feb 13
Read ‘s provocatively titled book “why do so many incompetent men become leaders” last year. Truly a great analysis, and so insightful. Want to gift it to everyone on my leadership committee - but suspect the title would ensure it wouldn’t be well received.
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Taj Mustapha, MD Feb 8
Replying to @MikeGpharmD
🙏🏾
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Taj Mustapha, MD Feb 8
Replying to @karynbaum
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Taj Mustapha, MD Feb 7
Replying to @terminalyill3st
I think peak Karen behavior is the gem in that text (to paraphrase): “I have friends that aren’t white - so that’s proof that I’m not racist.” 🤦🏾‍♀️
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