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1/ THREAD: Becoming a Published Author in a Pandemic
I published my first academic paper in the American Chemical Society Chemical Neuroscience (what?!) called “Heralding Healthcare Professionals: Recognition of Neurological Deficits in COVID-19” with the incredible @AMannanBaig!
2/ The full text will be available as open access in a few days, but here's the link to the ACS abstract: pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.10…

#covid19 #SARSCoV2 #coronavirus #neuroinvasive #brain #neurotropic #pandemic #virus #medtwitter #nursetwitter

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3/ I always imagined that my first publication would be in maternal or women's health as they are my main clinical passions. My new position @MountAuburnHosp was supposed to start in March but then the #pandemic happened and everything changed @plrosen
#mamasmatter #gynfluencer
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Publication productivity and academic rank in medicine.

Via @AcadMedJournal
ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/32028299
From @EricLehrer @DrEmmaHolliday @PennStHershey @penn_state

[tweetorial] on the impact of h-index and m-index on promotion/tenure.

#academicmedicine #MedEd #scholarship Image
@AcadMedJournal @EricLehrer @DrEmmaHolliday @PennStHershey @penn_state Are metrics for promotion and tenure at academic institutions easy to understand?
@AcadMedJournal @EricLehrer @DrEmmaHolliday @PennStHershey @penn_state Most would say the requirements are nebulous.

e.g., here are requirements from top tier institution, for non-tenure track and tenure-track faculty.

Historically, some said:
Asst prof = regional reputation
Assoc prof = national
Full prof = international ImageImage
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Can we talk about this for a second?
This is really lovely and exciting and a privilege.
I appreciate the acknowledgment of hard work and energy.
And- I've had a really tough few months.
The burnout is real. 1/
I had a hard pregnancy.
Then the baby didn't sleep.
I kept thinking, if I can just sleep, everything will be fixed.
Sleep is better. But everything isn't fixed.
2/
Apparently an early/mid-career crisis is very developmentally normal at this point. (Reassuring.)
It started to feel like all the decisions I thought were purposeful, were passive.
What of all of this did I actually mean to choose to do and be?
3/
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This is @TChanMD taking over the account this morning. Getting ready to live tweet the talk by Dr Gillian Hawker (@UofTDoMChair) who will be speaking on the important topic of #MindingTheGap in #AcademicMedicine!
Dr. Hawker starts with a great quote: "I'm not here to bash men."
This is VERY true, men are our allies in the fight for equity. - TC
#HeForShe
@UofTDoMChair @ @MacDeptMed
There is a strong business case for DIVERSITY.
Diversity can help with...
Decision-making, problem-solving
Productivity
Worker satisfaction
Community Engagement
Fosters innovation.
Promotes organizational values

#WomenInMedicine
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@McLNeuro @statnews "In stark contrast, the NIH has done essentially nothing to address gender violence committed by NIH-funded scientists"–@statnews YET in 5 yrs it's paid out almost $2 million 2 settle #SexualHarassment cases brt by scientists in its own labs! buzzfeednews.com/article/petera… #TimesUpNIH
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