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1/ So I got quite a bit of "pushback" when saying that I would probably/most likely/am considering no longer using the joined # of #hpm or #hapc ... when tweeting about #PalliativeCare exclusively...

I also said I would explain myself to those wondering why...
2/ Quick disclaimer: I will entertain thoughtful discussion and opinions in this thread...

I won't entertain one sided views that try to shut me down with that "I'm big & your small, I'm smart & your dumb..." talk

I am expressing MY thoughts, keep your gaslighting to yourself
3/ One of the #CAPCSeminar19 keynotes was on messaging and how we brand ourselves.

It was a great conversation with Diane Meier and Mark Ganz (intentionally not tagging them) with the sharing of ACTUAL CAPC data but also ACTUAL life stories involving Mark's parents.
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What you need to know about medical marijuana presented by @drosielle #CAPCSeminar19
This is our space: Consider who is giving our patients advice about cannabis if not us. While you don’t have to prescribe you can provide education and safety information #CAPCSeminar19
CBD is not benign it can cause sedation. Contrary to popular belief CBD will probably not cure the world of its ails. CBD has not received a lot of research attention and we are early in the process. #CAPCSeminar19
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Last keynote talk of #CAPCSeminar19: a panel discussion on the future of PC with @rabowm, @MichaelDFratkin, Donna Stevens, Tammy Kang, and @BettyFerrellPhD. My notes, trying to relate to previous points:
We worked for so long to get more referrals, now we’re trying to figure out how to deal with so many. I wonder if people have bought into our message or is this another example of us having a messaging problem and others taking advantage of our eagerness to care for sick people?
If programs are small, it’s important to stay focused from the very beginning on what the goal and scope are. Eg. @MichaelDFratkin says: “We provide access to specialty PC” emphasis on the specialty. We can’t do everything when we’re small.
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