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1/Was sent this by an EM friend who had to interpret this totally outdated scene for her stroke recertification. For real this image is part of a standardized test in 2019??? We decided there were some other images in need of “correcting”
#timesuphc #medtwitter #heforshe
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“I went to medical school and all I got was a full time job and full time parenting.”
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“Mom is an amazing cook all the time, but she brings her A game when taking call for her division and helping me with my math homework”
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Well...this is exciting...let's rumble and hear from some impressive physicians and trainees.
#womeninmedicine #heforshe⁠ ⁠
@TheRACP @drjackiesmall
Great to see the @TheRACP joining other Australian Colleges in addressing gender equity and diversity in our membership and leadership.
@drjackismall Board member begins by thanking everyone for their work in the lead up and also RACP staff for their work on this.
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Some selected highlights from a wonderful talk on diversity in medicine from the great @DrQuinnCapers4.

First: we have been calling for diversity in medicine for decades and haven’t been able to move the needle.

(A thread)

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There is a leaky pipeline. We lose URMs at a number of spots. The biggest determinant of premed students changing their major was chemistry.

As a former chemistry TA, we can do better than this.

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There are real, unconscionable health consequences to lack of diversity.

-women less likely than men to receive AICD when indicated
-black and Hispanic patients less likely to get revascularization (more likely to get amputation) for lower extremity PVD

3/
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We are starting! @StanfordMedRes grand rounds with @DrQuinnCapers4 on diversity in medicine. @HeartBobH introducing with a long list of accolades, including helping start #blackmeninmedicine. Room is packed and standing room only. #medtwitter
The lack of diversity in US physician workforce is a national emergency with @DrQuinnCapers4 @StanfordMedRes grand rounds. #medtwitter
What is happening? There is a leaky pipeline that starts in kindergarten. At every stage, there are obstacles to minorities trying to enter medicine. @DrQuinnCapers4 states we need to address the leaky pipeline at every stage. #medtwitter
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COZA: THE CHURCH, THE YOUTH

Over the past couple of days, a lot of young people have sought my opinion on the sad issue about the alleged rape case involving the senior pastor of COZA. Here's my opinion. A thread. #ChurchToo #ProtectNotRape #IStandWithTheTruth
I have tried very hard to contain my conflicting emotions between my stand against any form of abuse, especially against the female gender, -which informed my joining the #HeForShe Movement-, and my understanding of the church as a spiritual entity./1
This is more so as the social media opens up the space for all manner and shades of opinions to the end that innocent young people are easily misled. If this rape accusation had to do with just an ordinary individual, it would have been easier./2
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@smartlikemum 1- All male panels #manels are unacceptable now. Many resources & support for this. #PLOSCompBio’s “Ten Simple Rules to Achieve Conference Speaker Gender Balance” should help: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/P… @RACSurgeons @NeelaJan @csl888 @DrRachelleENT @drnikkistamp @TimesUpHC @ranzcog
@smartlikemum @RACSurgeons @NeelaJan @csl888 @DrRachelleENT @drnikkistamp @TIMESUPHC @ranzcog 2-“If you ignore 50% of the population, you’re never going to achieve what is potentially possible. It is absurd to suggest any enterprise that intentionally excluded half the talent pool could thrive”–@Scott_Gilmore macleans.ca/society/life/i… @DrKatrin_Rabiei @LiangRhea @dr_ashwitt
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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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Such a treat to be at @feminemtweets #Revive19 listening to @PEAKMD talk about coaching. Definitely an amazing female physician leader who is experienced and wisdom in this area. Check out this thread if you are interested in finding out more.
Coaching is different from mentorship.
Executive coaching comes from a place that empowers the person being coached - they have the answer. This is different from teaching (giving you more knowledge), mentor (a guide that nudges), and a coach (who helps you actualize things).
Teaching is more about pushing (being directive).

Mentoring is more about feedback, offering guidance.

Coaching provokes reflection, understanding, paraphrasing, summarizing. Pulls you towards the answers inside of you.

It's a spectrum.
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1/ #medtwitter if you care about #metoostem #meded #equity #burnout please follow along. Gender violence is pervasive in medical training.

bit.ly/2FBkNGG

#sciencetoo #meded #medtwitter #medtoo #timesup #beethical #heforshe #timesup
2/ “…we may hear and intimately know the experiences of gender violence, but we are unable to share. Our voices are trapped and silenced, exacerbated by the hierarchical and apprentice-based training environment.." bit.ly/2FBkNGG
3/ Over 50% of medical students experience sexual harassment from faculty and staff. The people who are entrusted to teach us how to be physicians.
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Feeling excited to share #mystory for voices without frontiers initiative, a part of #IWS_Network. I feel proud to be a part of this great group with so many intelligent, dedicated, ambitious and diverse #womeninscience #VoicesIWS
There is a woman behind every successful woman too :)
All that I am and ever hope to be, I owe to my #mother (by #Lincoln); an intelligent, strong independent woman. My parents are the protagonists in my life story. extremely supportive and let me lead my life my way.#parentslove
#knowledge; supreme form of wealth which manifolds when offered to others #momsays. I love volunteering to spread knowledge #VoicesIWS #IWS_Network @LetsTalkScience #STEM #mystory
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1/This is an excellent example of WHY @NIH needs to change their gender violence policies. Not only was this researcher found to be responsible by civil legal standards for sexually harassing a post-doc, the uni. found him resp. for creating a hostile environment. #metoostem
2/Literally the DAY the sexual harassment settlement was reached on September 17, 2018 the university publishes a letter lauding this researcher for obtaining a $20 million grant from @NIH: bit.ly/2P97QsW #MeTooSTEM
3/ What happened to this researcher? He has to take a training on sexual harassment and might have a letter put into his HR file. He is still the director of an institute. What happened to the post-doc? She has left the university and her research has not been published.
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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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1/ Content warning: sexual harassment and assault. The @theNASEM released a report on sexual harassment in medicine. Disturbing quotes by #womeinmedicine from the report are in this thread (17). #MeToo #MeTooSTEM #heforshe @womeninmedchat @physcianwomen bit.ly/2JzUunm
2/ Residency. "But, the thing is about residency training is everyone is having human rights violations. So, it’s just like tolerable sexual harassment." (Nontenure-track faculty) #believewomen #MeToo #MeTooSTEM #womeinmedicine #metoophd #metoomed #MedEd #sheforshe #heforshe
3/ Culture. "I still don’t think that the prospect of being sexually assaulted was as bad as watching the next generation of sexual harassers being formed. I think that was the worst part for me." (Nontenure-track faculty) #MeToo #MeTooSTEM #womeinmedicine #MedEd #heforshe
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1/This article highlights an urgent need for training faculty and administrators on issues related to gender violence and discrimination in #meded. We have five concerns with the article. #metoo #meded #womeninmedicine #sheforshe #heforshe @caroline_a_king @womeninmedchat
2/ Title IX. This article is missing information about federally mandated reporting processes and protections that legally protect medical students (and all students in the U.S.).
3/Anecdotal beliefs perpetuate harms. A physician expert states “the trainee must amass allies before lodging this complaint…” This is legally incorrect, a single report is enough to trigger Title IX and this reinforces the notion that single reports will not be believed.
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This is my commentary on #twitter #movements. Before I go I want to preface this with a statement: I love humans. We're amazing creative & powerful beings. I'm fascinated by human behaviour and the hidden motivations underlying our basic need to belong. 1/
I've observed some movements taking off on Twitter. Some for #MedEd, raising awareness, knowledge sharing, inspiration and sharing failings, wounds & triumphs. Generally they support creative expression in 280 characters. Awesome! 2/
As these movements gain momentum, more people want to join in b/c #belonging. I'm seeing a disturbing trend of sharing experiences of patients/clients to promote how deep & human they are. Some are purely intended, some not. 3/
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@des_winter 5. MANELS (all male panels) remain so common in surgery it is almost not worth calling them out. However, if everyone pledged not to participate in another one they would stop tomorrow! #heforshe

owen.org/pledge
@des_winter 6. Innovate to create change
University of Michigan recognized they were not attracting and retaining the best and brightest so decided to take active steps to create an inclusive culture for women. Here is what they are doing. Is it working @jdimick1?

medicine.umich.edu/dept/surgery/n…
@des_winter @jdimick1 There is more, however I will now rest my bee and bonnet and enjoy some Easter chocolate.
Thanks for starting a dialogue on this issue @des_winter. We need to make surgery a more inclusive field for women, and that will only happen if we all work together #heforshe #sheforshe
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I have a message for men in medicine, academia and science (a thread) after reading 3 articles about sexual misconduct at conferences and in offices - all must reads:
1. drjengunter.wordpress.com/2017/12/14/i-w…
2. medium.com/@kristianlum/s…
3. docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d…
Here is the message: The young women you encounter at these conferences are not there for your entertainment. They are not provided as an escort service. They are not objects. #HeForShe
It turns out (shockingly) that they are there for the same reasons you are: to learn, to teach, to present their research. They are equally, if not more, qualified than you. They have overcome barriers just to get there. #HeForShe
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