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I was supposed to deliver the @SAEMonline #NERDS20 Keynote. Bummed it's canceled due to #COVID19, b/c it's one of my favorite topics...knowledge translation (and the impact of the digital era on KT). KT seems simple-knowing what the evidence-based approach is...and doing it
Knowledge translation is hard because knowing what the right thing to do is really really really hard. #1 There is an insurmountable amount of literature
#2 Much of it is irrelevant (or garbage)
#3 Researchers are sneaky
#4 things change (#medicalreversal )
...but, the hard part of knowledge translation? DOING. for example, let's look at handwashing....we've only known it's helpful for a couple of centuries...but we are still TERRIBLE at it*+ ...

*pre-SARS-CoV-2 data
+I'm sure it still ain't ideal
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🚨Junto a @Dr_Hari_Krishna hicimos selección 🇬🇧🇪🇸de mejores artículos 📑 2⃣0⃣1⃣9⃣ en #PedsICU para @PICJournalWatch

Comparte y comenta!
#Tweetorial acompañante

Lista PDF👉docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid…
Infográfico clickeable👉docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid…
Pubmed👉ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/myncbi/h…
@Dr_Hari_Krishna @PICJournalWatch @Nopanaden @curso_vm @miguelrdgzrubio @LA_Rednetwork @WFPICCS @SapnaKmd @jramonfernandez @PedCritCareMed @ChrisCarrollMD @pccm_doc 3/ La colección es incompleta. Muchos buenos estudios han sido publicados durante 2019. Ayúdanos a completarla y comparte tus ideas!

Surely this colection is incomplete. Many good studies have been published during the past 2019. Feel free to share with us!

#PedsICU #BestOf2019
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Preparing for a 45-minute lecture on Review of Nephrology Literature 2019
📌 Please recommend noteworthy publications
🔲 Fluids & Electrolytes, Acid-Base
🔲 CKD
🔲 Hypertension
🔲 Glomerular Diseases
🔲 Cystic Disorders
🔲 Kidney Transplant
🔲 AKI
#Nephpearls #AskRenal
CREDENCE: Canagliflozin reduces the risk of kidney failure or death due to CV or kidney disease by 30% compared to current standard of care ca. 2019 from @NEJM
#VisualAbstract by @brendonneuen
#Nephpearls
👉🏼 nejm.org/doi/pdf/10.105…
Randomized Controlled Trial of Long-Term Safety and Efficacy of Veverimer for Treatment of Metabolic Acidosis
#Nephpearls
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Medical visualizations (vizs; #visualAbstract, #infographic, or #graphicalAbstract) are ⬆︎popular. In this tweetorial I'm going to detail how I make vizs to help you in your #meded/#FOAMed endeavors. Here's my portfolio for background: twitter.com/i/moments/1057…
There are four large domains that I consider when making a viz: Design, Structure, Content, and Textual Context (mostly in the parent tweet).
Let's go through each of these and discuss various facets that one might want to consider when designing a medical viz
Design: Audience
Know your audience, particularly if your audience is one that *doesn't* have access to the article that inspired your viz. If they don't, then recognize that your viz may be the 1st and only exposure to the science that the reader will have.
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Today I gave divisional rounds @UofA_ID on the power of #SoMe and #IDTwitter for ID physicians and microbiologists.

I have gained loads in this space, and here I compile some of the takeaways 🥡 for those who remain unconvinced of the benefits of #MedTwitter

A thread 1/
Whether we like it or not, #SoMe has changed our world. It has changed the way leaders are chosen, the way we communicate & interact with one another, the empowerment & mobilization of societies, & giving us unprecedented access to people and spaces otherwise unimaginable. 2/
#SoMe has also changed the way academic physicians and scientists practice and how we conduct and communicate science. 3/
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Our study: Differences between patients in whom physicians agree and disagree about the diagnosis of ARDS, with Tim Hofer, Ivan Co, @Jakob_McSparron, @iwashyna now at @AnnalsATS @davidlederer #VisualAbstract atsjournals.org/doi/abs/10.151… 1/7
738 patients with AHRF (PF<300 on vent) were independently, retrospectively reviewed by multiple critical care MDs for ARDS. 110 had consensus among MDs that ARDS developed, 100 had disagreement 2/7
Average days of severe hypoxia (PF<100) longer in pts with consensus-ARDS (3.2 days) than pts with disagreement (2.0 days), but mortality similar (37% vs 35%) 3/7
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