2/ As the program has grown over the years, one of the highlights of the program was a rotation at Scottish Livingstone Hospital in Molepolole, Botswana through our Harvard/Beth Israel Deaconess partnership
We are eager to learn from this #GrandRounds by @OHSU_ID faculty @lstrnad5 and @SikkaMon regarding the overlap between complex bacterial infections and SDOH
Looking at rates of IUD-associated bacterial infection versus other Oregon demographics.
These infections are more common in poorer and more rural areas
Sep 10, 2020 • 9 tweets • 4 min read
1/ We are going to start a series of threads, starting with this #tweetorial, to share more info about our program & curriculum. We will collate in a Twitter moment!
First topic—our Social Medicine Curriculum & Block:
#GrandRounds today by @vaportland faculty Dr. Kate Mackey (and alumna/former chief resident) about evidence synthesis in the era of covid19 including overview of the VA Evidence Synthesis Program (ESP). Many thanks also for the mentorship of TEN residents working with the project
here's the link to the website:
#OHSUscholarship#GrandRounds—if it’s been happening for over 5 years, we can call it a long standing tradition!
Celebrating the scholarly work of our residents today ~ through knowledge and curiosity, may we work to help our communities, patients, and profession!
Dr. Jenna Anderson shared her multidisciplinary work on developing an acute pancreatitis care guideline across the OHSU enterprise and partner hospitals #OHSUscholarship@OHSUsurgery@OHSU_DHM
Jun 1, 2020 • 9 tweets • 5 min read
We’re proud to see residency training programs like @UofMPesRes stand up for health, justice, and the safety of their trainees and their community on. 1/x
In this week’s case, this means speaking out against racism. Too often, speaking up for justice and safety of human beings means speaking out against racism. 2/x
Apr 28, 2020 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
Our chiefs laid out 3 broad strategies, with some specific actions we can take to remove remaining barriers for women in leadership. 1) Address Bias 2) Improve Work/Life Balance 3) Consciously Advance Women
Address bias: women at our institution have more concerns about not being acknowledged at conference, not being credited for their work.
Jan 31, 2020 • 6 tweets • 3 min read
It’s Regional @SocietyGIM Meeting time! We have LOTS of residents presenting clinical vignettes, research, and curricular innovation! More pics to come!!! #proudGIM
A special noon conference today: “General Surgery Curbsiders” with Dr. Kate Watson from @OHSUsurgery! She’s telling us everything we want to know about #gensurgery! Informative, fascinating and empowering!
Did you know that potassium replacement and jejunostomy tubes don’t mix?! because it will precipitate! If you must: flush before and after and don’t give with other meds! Of clogged trial Coca-Cola!
Happening Now! Dr. Mark Shapiro (@ETSshow) and Dr Avi O’Glasser (@aoglasser) in a Q & A session with our #residents. Topics all over the map and helping residents navigate #medicine and our world!
Current discussion: how to look for careers in hospital medicine, how to evaluate the culture and right fit for a groups, and balancing your outside interests with your career.
Packed house today to hear @DrQuinnCapers4 speak at OHSU on Enhancing Diversity in Medicine!
Oct 3, 2019 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
Last session of R2 workshop! Giving feedback from Dr. Allen from the @vaportland !!! Specific, frequent, appropriately timed, constructive, and develop an action plan!
Talking about the modifiable feedback sandwich: positive, constructive, action plan!!!
Oct 3, 2019 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
Next up for R2 workshop! #Leadership 1.0 with Dr. Littlefield! How do you deal with conflict with the team, with your attending, with nurses, with consults???
Ask others for their perspective! Acknowledge their concern! State the emotion are a few tools discussed!
Fascinating #GrandRounds@renalpolitics@OHSUNephrology on dialysis for undocumented patients and emergency only dialysis v what states have some Medicaid coverage for this patient population
Emergency only dialysis v scheduled? Almost four times the cost for 2/3rd number of sessions.