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It’s tough to be an intern!
As a resident, 1st priority is to provide quality care for our patients & 2nd our interns.
Here is a series of tweets on ways residents (and staff) can take care of our interns 💛
#medtwitter #loveourinterns
#HappyTuesday #tweetorial
1. Give credit where credit is due. When your intern does a good job it’s best to give them props in front of the team! But if you give them props just to the attending make sure you tell them that you told the attending what a great job they did and that you appreciate them👏
2. Fall on the sword. The flip side of this is if you make a mistake as a resident make sure it’s clear to the team that it was your mistake, not your interns. This keeps morale high, and it’s honest. Nobody wants to get blamed, especially for something they didn’t do. ⚔️
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Ever wondered about hormone replacement therapy (HRT) in menopausal women?

Look no further!

Let's break down this great review article by Dr. Jan Shifren of MGH & @MenopauseOrg from @JAMA_current…

Hot flashes and night sweats affect approximately 70% of midlife women and can persist for a decade or longer

Negative impact on:
➡️ Sleep
➡️ Daily functioning
➡️ QoL
➡️ Cognitive and mood symptoms
First line treatment for mild symptoms include lifestyle/behavioral changes (clothing, fans etc) and non-hormonal options (Gabapentin, Paroxetine etc)

🔑 If you have severe vasomotor symptoms unresponsive to the above -> HRT is king
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