Posts from the ‘humanity’ Category
Sexual harassment of women in medicine: a problem for men to address | Postgraduate Medical Journal
— Read on pmj.bmj.com/content/94/1108/129
Impt release today by @theNASEM on sexual harassment in Sci, Eng,Med. For those in Med, #’s shouldn’t surprise.Harassment is rampant. Residencies described as “breeding grounds for abusive behavior” EM called out #medtoo @choo_ek @MDaware https://t.co/P2lywl11oG@KJonesJamtgaard pic.twitter.com/OMioeJdcw9
— Louis Jamtgaard, MD (@Lgaard) June 13, 2018
Processing trauma: "Resilience may not lie within individuals, but between individuals" @DrMattWalton discusses the importance of education and peer support in medical school https://t.co/BI05WFuTdT pic.twitter.com/2KyRx6CitJ
— The BMJ (@bmj_latest) May 19, 2018
The #TheatreCapChallenge – what it is, and what it tells us about the patient safety culture in healthcare.
— Todd Fraser (@Sunnydoc72) February 1, 2018
Broken Doctors, Broken Systems: Clinician Mental Health in Context.
I hope this will inspire discussion locally wherever you are.https://t.co/lVUtdtubLI
— Dr Eric Levi FRACS (@DrEricLevi) May 13, 2018
As many of you know, I'm trying to raise money for @FirstDescents, a non-profit which helped me greatly during my cancer journey.
For a $30 donation, I'll make an infographic of ANY medical topic you choose. I'll send you the original file and tweet it out. 1/2 https://t.co/tatwMiBZHy
— Dr. Glaucomflecken (@DGlaucomflecken) May 11, 2018
I’m not sure how to start this. I’ve never really talked about it. And maybe that’s the weirdest thing about being a cancer caretaker. You feel guilty for having a hard time, because at least you don’t have cancer. Well. Here goes. pic.twitter.com/B4ULUrQU9T
— Lady Glaucomflecken (@LGlaucomflecken) April 29, 2018