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Joe Colucci
Med student, alum. Interested in evidence-based medicine & policy, , EM, palliative care. Acrobat, kinda. Opinions are (at most) my own.
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Hussain Jun 22
John McCain's political career, summed up in two tweets
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Robert Simpson Jun 22
Replying to @AmboFOAM
don't need to (& shouldn't try to) do everything, but the limiting factor is not whether we *can* but whether it helps patients
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Robert Simpson Jun 22
Great article. Applies to Australasian Medics too, & is worth remembering every time anyone is about to ask "should paramedics do X..."
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Kevin M. Kruse Jun 21
"All four districts were staunchly Republican. The End."
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Gene Demby Jun 21
Replying to @GeeDee215
They are no less dead. The footage of their encounters didn't lead to any convictions.
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Gene Demby Jun 21
Replying to @GeeDee215
Sylville Smith was killed on camera. The exchange that led to Sandra Bland's jailing was caught on camera. Walter Scott was shot on camera.
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Gene Demby Jun 21
Replying to @GeeDee215
Like: we're suggesting that traffic stops be recorded. Okay, and? Philando Castile was killed on camera. What are cameras meant to do?
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Gene Demby Jun 21
Replying to @GeeDee215
Training is meant to routinize the way individual officers exercise discretion. That's why these cases are considered clean, good shoots.
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Gene Demby Jun 21
Replying to @GeeDee215
...consider for a second that Ofc. Yanez shot Philando Castile bc THAT'S WHAT HE WAS TRAINED TO DO. See the problem?
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Wowkieleaks Jun 21
That's horrible. I'm sure the people they asked are from a very representative cross section of humanity and these result pertain to America
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Joy Reid Jun 20
Replying to @JoyAnnReid
whose only goal is to conquer the other tribe. After that the policies themselves are less important as long as they thematically =conquest.
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Joy Reid Jun 20
Replying to @JoyAnnReid
Republicans don't approach politics that way. They don't care what people think of a policy. They vote and fight together as a tribe...
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Joy Reid Jun 20
Replying to @JoyAnnReid
Democrats tend to approach politics from the standpoint that if everyone only knew how good or bad a given policy is, they'd change.
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Joy Reid Jun 20
Replying to @JoyAnnReid
My general attitude is that politics are deeply tribal. People vote for the tribe more than for policy or ideas or even personalities.
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Joy Reid Jun 20
I'm a joyful cynic, but a cynic nonetheless, and it's served me pretty well in studying politics.
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Molly Hensley-Clancy Jun 20
DeVos's pick for the head of federal financial aid is still the CEO of a private student loan co. Weirdly, this isn't in ED press release
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Atrios Jun 20
Suburban assholes have been the republican base my whole life
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Dan Diamond Jun 19
The uninsured rate fell to a historic low and health spending grew at its slowest rate in 50 years.
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Joel Topf, MD FACP Jun 9
This is the confidential picture the ADA is trying squash. Please do not retweet it. Do not let it escape to teach doctors and patients.
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Steve Carroll DO MEd Jun 20
It's 2017- why are we still doing migraine trials with opioids??? Compazine vs dilaudid???
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