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#medtwitter - please realize that deleting tweets & blocking

offers NO safety

In fact a very high profile case at a Harvard hospital was lost merely on “something was deleted”

it only raises suspicion about you. Leave it up. Do NOT delete/erase.
anyone teaching you documentation, communication, or social media who deletes, teaches you to delete

is sending you off a cliff of self destruction

I used to work for the state, oversee credentialing & discipline, and served as an expert witness for the AG’s office. I know.
What I was taught, back when we had paper charts, was to put a single line though, initial, and date. Then correct. When compliance types come through they will have MORE confidence in you, in fact. You had the good sense to self assess BEFORE they got there and adjust/improve.
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We desperately need #GunReform laws in the U.S. #MassacreMitch has an A+ rating by the NRA, & has taken $ MILLIONS, ensuring no gun laws pass.

R’s are handmaidens to the gun lobby, ensuring thousands die yearly, so long as they get #NRABloodMoney. courier-journal.com/story/news/pol…
Now #MassacreMitch has stated he will only allow a Senate vote on #GunReform laws IF #VeryStableGenius is guaranteed to sign it. He wants to be absolved of any responsibility.

What.

A.

Leader.
These deaths are on his hands though. He requests to be known as the Grim Reaper on passing legislation. He certainly lives up to the name.

The NRA is in Republicans’ pocketbooks as well as ears, telling them how to spread fear & lies about guns to the public.

We know better.
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While I've been heartened by the unity of the #ThisISMyLane message, I noticed some suggesting we work with the NRA to solve the gun violence. That's like consulting Big Tobacco on cancer prevention - here's a tweetorial on NRA history, astroturf and modern gun violence research.
Doctors are honest people and honest people tend to assume honesty in others. The assumption here is that the NRA, while ideologically deranged, still wants whats best for its members, and the country as a whole - this is a mistake. Welcome to the concept of "astroturf".
Astroturf refers to organizations that appear to be "grassroots" but in reality, serve a industry interest, often to the detriment of actual living breathing humans in the service of profit. The NRA has become such an institution - but it wasn't always this way.
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