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Why women leave medicine

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AAMC - Research shows that almost 40% of women physicians go part-time or leave medicine altogether within six years of completing their residencies. Here’s...

  • If 60% of men were leaving medicine within 6 years of residency people would be up in arms. People don’t do college, med school, & residency planning to retire or go part-time. This is a system problem. #Wellness #WomenInMedicine #WomenInSTEM https://t.co/HGXZLka4W5

overworked-support

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www.advisory.com - Editor’s note: This story was updated on August 14, 2018. When leaders of an organization begin to feel pressure, it’s a good indication that...

  • Your whole team is stressed. Your job as a leader is to help them, & part of that is minimizing their stress. Here are 5 tips how: ✅Provide stability ✅Treat everyone fairly ✅Express gratitude ✅Exemplify self-confidence ✅Follow up on promises https://t.co/xLAgsaPBSq https://t.co/xLAgsaPBSq

Clinical Outcomes After Discontinuation of Thyroid Hormone Replacement: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

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Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers - ...

  • Hard to believe that simply treating hypothyroidism may fit into “Things We Do For No Reason.” But >1/3 of people on thyroid replacement stay euthyroid after stopping meds. See article for results, predictors of euthyroidism, & de-escalation strategies. https://t.co/i1f04FnbPk https://t.co/i1f04FnbPk

What Can YOU Design?: Innovative Thinking in Medical Education

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www.harvardmacy.org - The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine annual conference was packed full of thought-provoking sessions, including an interesting discussion on Design...

  • #DesignThinking makes good things better, from toothbrushes to car doors. @harvardmacy article on using in curriculum dev’t, #PatientCare & #Wellness. 5 steps: ✅discovery ✅interpretation ✅ideation ✅experimentation ✅evolution https://t.co/IWCra0OMH8

How to Find Meaning When Your Job Feels Meaningless

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Harvard Business Review - Seven tips to help you rekindle your purpose and...

  • It’s hard to feel inspired about much of anything these days — let alone your job. What can you do to shift your perspective if you feel that your work has lost its purpose? Thread 1/4 https://t.co/hrRM66YXFA

Once-Weekly Semaglutide in Adults with Overweight or Obesity | NEJM

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New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) - Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — Once-Weekly Semaglutide in Adults with Overweight or...

  • People on weekly semaglutide with overweight or obesity lost 15% of body weight, and 1/3 lost 20%. This is comparable to undergoing bariatric surgery. #EndoTwitter #MedTwitter https://t.co/ybMWYv2sHF

Rose Olson: It’s not all black and white––can art help doctors navigate medical uncertainty? – The BMJ

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The BMJ - The discipline of art appreciation could alleviate anxiety and improve doctors decision making processes by akkeviating the demonisation of uncertainty, says Rose...

  • Dealing with uncertainty is among the hardest parts of being a doctor. I fully believe that art (consuming & creating) can help us cope. For those of you that engage your artistic side, how do you advise getting started? #MedTwitter https://t.co/fwUb9c4QbK

Get A Free Bag Of Marijuana With Your Covid-19 Vaccine

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Forbes - Cannabis activists are planning to offer a free bag of marijuana to those receiving the vaccine for...

  • Genius. I love it. I give my daughters candy when they get their yearly flu shots. Giving people a bag of weed to get their COVID vaccine is no different. #JointsForJabs https://t.co/p8mZAjeqrn

Once-Weekly Semaglutide in Adults with Overweight or Obesity | NEJM

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New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) - Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — Once-Weekly Semaglutide in Adults with Overweight or...

  • Has anyone seen a drug as effective as semaglutide for weight loss? I don't think I have. It is not without its side effects and cost issues, but for those struggling with a lifestyle approach, this could change the management of severe obesity. https://t.co/pAuoqAWYCT

  • People on weekly semaglutide with overweight or obesity lost 15% of body weight, and 1/3 lost 20%. This is comparable to undergoing bariatric surgery. 😳 😳 😳 #EndoTwitter #GameChanger https://t.co/4mXvlxcB5H