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Hear out patient until every iota of doubt surfaces from deep within Listen to their problem with intent to help Observe & absorb demeanour to relieve their burden, this can be ultimate confidence building against agony & discomfort to their suffering in management
#clinicalacumen top down gen full body exam'n deserves time Normal clinical findings are levers to rest deviant abnormal signs with systemic exam'n to correlate vital loop to reach diagnosis help prioritize severity of disease Guide urgency to Invest'n & Rx with appro conclusion
#diagnosticdilemma to clinician is the worst nightmare as condition under review is either multivariate or progressive & will reveal on reaching its destination either through known sequence or new unknown territory thus counselling ramific'n becomes speculative to interpretation
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1/ #medtwitter #twitternists #proudtobeGIM

I've been sitting on a @SocietyGIM #sgim19 debrief #medthread since the meeting, and thought I might finally take a swing at it - here goes ..

I am considering whether I can do more division/systems leadership in coming years .. ->
2/ Theme of the conference was 'Courage to Lead', and single best workshop for me was :

Leading Change: Tools/Tips for Change Management

Crediting Alfred Burger, Emily Fondahn, Brent Petty, Nathan Spell, Dan Steinberg - can't find them on Twitter, so giving proper 🗣🗣.
3/ would like to share key concepts for all of us trying to lead in academic medicine or in #advocacy spaces.

First key Slide/thoughts:

The hard stuff - barriers to change .. ->
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My first job right out of college was a sales job, and I loved it. We were a 3rd Party vendor at Universal which means the guy who owned the company paid rent and a percentage of daily sales to Universal for the opportunity to sell inside the park.
Most of the trinket & souvenir shops you can visit inside the park are not owned by Universal. They're 3rd party vendors, too.

The hair wraps, t-shirts, keyrings with your name on it, etc. All independently owned stores that have a symbiotic relationship with the park.
Some stores were huge with lots of employees to help with the volume.

Our little shop was barely two rooms, and only had 5 people working every day. And we blew everyone else out of the water. When we made our daily deposits, we could see what everyone else did in sales.
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How Magicians #Design A Trick, And Real-World Applications

Design Thinking is all the rage lately, and it's great to see the general population waking up to its power but y'all are late to the party.

Magicians have been doing this whole "design thinking" thing for 10,000+ yrs.
Let me pull the curtain back and show you exactly how we go about making the impossible happen. It's a very logical process that gets phenomenal results, but it's been shrouded in secrecy for thousands of years.

First Question: What effect do I want to have on my audience?
This is powerful focus.

Out of everything that is possible, what SPECIFICALLY do I want the audience to experience? Do I want them to believe I can fly? Do I want them to think I can make tigers appear out of nowhere? Or, do I want them to think I can read minds (my specialty)?
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#TooGoodNotToShare ..

A father left 17 Camels as an Asset for his Three Sons

When the Father passed away, his sons opened up the will
The #Will of the #Father stated that the Eldest son should get Half of 17 Camels,The Middle Son should be given 1/3rd of 17 Camels & the Youngest Son should be given 1/9th of the 17 Camels.
As it is not possible to divide 17 into half or 17 by 3 or 17 by 9, the sons started to fight with each other.

Finally they decided to go to a wise man and the village elder.
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Today, @CER_EU publishes my piece on #Brexit and #JHA. I have been looking at this for 1,5 years so I hope I did not make too many mistakes (links to piece -… and opens thread)
At the outset of the #Brexit process, most people assumed that a deal on #police and #judicial co-operation was easier to get than one on #trade. Time has shown this is not the case. Ongoing co-op on #JHA is one of the few items yet to be agreed on #withdrawal deal. Why?
Well, because the #EU and #UK's opening positions in the #negotiation are incompatible: Britain wants a #bespoke agreement with the EU, a la #Schengen, but is not willing to accept #ECJ or #EUCharter. EU wants to replicate existing models. What to do?
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