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Language and turns of phrase:

My sentences, wording, has been joked by those who don’t understand. I read books to learn spoken language & only heard those around me in my limited capacity. So I speak oddly. I say things like:

How are you fairing?

That makes my heart feel….
The Whidden Hall resident advisor the year I was there was quite amused by my phrasing, assuming it was because I was a “newbie” (from New Brunswick, living in Ontario). But it was more than that and I was happy to watch her amusement in my phrasing.
Wording & social interactions is an interesting level of observation to me. To word properly, to say it at the right sound level, using appropriate tone, just in case. Then reevaluate it all later to learn better for next time. Imagine doing all that in English & French. Haha
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Researchers! Do you want to work w #PatientPartners? Then let’s get started.

In this 🧵, I’ll take you start to finish, and share some resources I’ve bookmarked. (This is practical, hit ground running stuff.) 1/24

#HowToDoPtEngagement #PatientEngagement
If you’re not familiar with #PatientEngagement, then an overview/guide is good place to start.

@BCSUPPORTUnit has this “menu” of evidence-informed practices and strategies. 2/24

#HowToDoPtEngagement #PatientEngagement
There’s also this guide by @NIHRinvolvement, good for those just starting out in #PatientEngagement. 3/24…

#HowToDoPtEngagement #PatientEngagement
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Join us at the @WHO Global Evidence-to-Policy Summit, 15-17 November 2021. One hot topic will be the #COVID19 pandemic, which has been a turning point for evidence-informed decision-making. More info and free registration 👉 #E2PSummit Image
NOW! ✨I will be live-tweeting during the @WHO #E2PSummit2021, 15-17 November. Follow along! Free registration and more info here: Image
🗓️ Day 1 of the @WHO #E2PSummit2021 is all about reshaping evidence-to-policy mechanisms, strengthening country resilience - beyond the #COVID19 pandemic. Moderated by @drhuerta. Find some background info here:
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My very first #ExerciseIsMedicine #Tweetorial is here: Breaking “it makes me feel good” into pieces🧠😀🏃‍♀️🏊‍♂️🚴#Thread ⬇️⬇️
#TwitterPoll at the END
1/ Are you exercising🏃‍♀️to boost your mental well-being during the pandemic🦠? People exercise because it makes them feel good🙃, but what exactly happens in our body? Keep reading to satisfy your curiosity & learn about the #mechanisms behind aerobic exercise & #mentalhealth
2/ Anxiety and depression are common mental health conditions. The prevalence in cardiac patients is ~20-30% & 2x higher in ♀️ vs ♂️. Social roles (e.g. caregiver role), cultural norms (e.g. societal sexism) and more pronounced hormonal shifts in ♀️ influence this sex-difference
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