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Dr. Mukerji kicking off @MGHNeurology #grandrounds on #COVID19 and neurology by reviewing @JAMA_current series- neurological complications started early in course of disease, most common: dizziness, headaches, impaired consciousness, stroke, then neuromuscular.
Neuro symptoms in 45.5% in severe #COVID19, 30.2% in mild COVID. But newer studies suggest this is an underestimate.
Dr. Chwalisz differentiates between minor vs major neurological symptoms #COVID19 #neurology:
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1). “Freedom is a road seldom traveled by the multitude”— Renaldo Williams started his #chieftalk this morning @VUMCSurgRes with this Frederick Douglass quote— and took us down several personal roads in an incredibly thoughtful and moving #grandrounds. Thread follows....
2). It was about roads— the many different types of roads that get us from one place to another— some unmarked, some treacherous, some worn, some patched. And he reflected on his road— from Holmes County #Mississippi where 45% live in poverty.
3). To successfully navigate any road, you need a map and a compass (value systems), rest stops (opportunities that open doors), and guides (mentors).
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An anniversary #Medthread!
One year ago today, I gave my OHSU #GrandRounds about #medtwitter for academic clinicians and immediately posted its accompanying #tweetorial.
My goodness, what a year!!
Some reflections and musings 1/x
an incredible year indeed, professionally AND personally--and definitely in no small part thanks to #medtwitter and the opportunity to prepare and give this talk about #SoMe
pardon my if the argument is getting a little circular...the coffee is still kicking in... 2/x
I truly truly had no idea. In probably a poor exam of my "beginning of the academic year commitment to say 'no' more often", I told my boss that I could fill the August 7th #GrandRounds slot on only a few weeks notice.

"Don't you have a talk about twitter prepared?"... 3/x
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So excited for this @OHSUIMRes #ChiefResident #GrandRounds! “What is the purpose of rounds?”
This has been a fascinating discussion to participate in via #medtwitter over the last year or so
@AdamRodmanMD @medpedshosp @ETSshow @PaulNWilliamz @cjchiu @tony_breu @michellebr00ks
Fascinating @JHospMedicine article which was the subject of a #JHMchat gets an early discussion @FutureDocs @WrayCharles
(I think this is also the chat I really “met” a lot of my #medtwitter peeps)
@OHSUIMRes alumnus @AdamRodmanMD gets a shout out!! What was the origin of “rounds”??
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A Thursday #MedThread #Tweetorial. Consider this an “ode to uncertainty and curiosity” meshed with my clinical practice passion #periopmedicine inspired by many recent #medtwitter, podcast, & IRL role models and conversations about… 1/X
* Stepping into the tension of clinical uncertainty
* Self-reflecting & identifying when we’re on
the edge of uncertainty
* Being able to say “I don’t know”
* Seeing what’s on the margin of our knowledge
* What it means to be “curious”
@ETSshow @CPSolvers @DxRxEdu
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Also drawing from @Gurpreet2015 OHSU #GrandRounds week—as adult learners & clinicians, we must create micro-learning challenges for ourselves:
* What’s the next step
* What else
* What if
* What’s the next logical question to ask the patient, myself, a colleague?
3/X
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Wonderful to have @LisaB_MD from @GistHealthcare giving the Paul Mason Lectureship for #IMED #GrandRounds today: The Future of #Healthcare
Always so insightful!

Follow thread...
“Our #USEconomy in a nutshell? We are a huge insurance company w a bunch of tanks and planes!”- @LisaB_MD
#physicians need to use their voice for advocacy for our practices and our patients”- @LisaB_MD
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Great Q! Esp for #WomeninMedicine already with uphill challenge to promote our own work. Podcast interview > "media coverage", this is substantial teaching (and time commitment). Fortunately for this @thecurbsiders is earns CME so I would put there on CV! 1/n
I think also until CV outlines, educator portfolios, and P&T systems "catch up", find other ways to at least save it not share evidence of reception, impact, "ripple effect"
Ex word document with links #medtwitter comments/discussions 2/n
not trying to be overly self-congratulatory here, but sharing the wisdom esp for #Womeninmedicine of "selling" ourselves...here's a recent example for me. I will save this link on my CV for now in connection w my recent #GrandRounds
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1/ Thread: This morning I gave Dept of Medicine #GrandRounds @OHSUSOM @OHSUNews. In #medtwitter’s spirit of sharing & learning, here is my first #Tweetorial summarizing highlights & crediting #hcsm’s incredible contributors & source material
2/ 4 months ago EBM & cardiology expert Dr. Milton Packer published a blog post detailing how he found Twitter uninformative and emotion/opinion driven
Is this the reality of #medtwitter??
medpagetoday.com/blogs/revoluti…
3/ #SoMe is digitally based mediums that helps us
CREATE
SHARE
PARTICIPATE
60% of physicians say their most popular activity on #hcsm = Following what colleagues are sharing and discussing
Channel the “look at me” negative stereotype of #SoMe into “look at THIS” learning etc...
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