Friday, 13 Dec 2019

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25 Nov 2015 Blog What Happened to Science in Medicine?
20 Aug 2018 Blog The "No Show" Problem
21 Oct 2015 Blog ACR Annual Meeting and Wine: San Francisco via Sicily
22 Mar 2017 Blog Review: A Book Trilogy About an Irish Country Doctor
03 Sep 2015 Blog Time to Listen
01 Feb 2016 Blog 70 & Up
14 Mar 2017 Blog Wine and the Rheumatologist: A Perfect Meal
24 Dec 2015 Blog Wine and the Rheumatologist (Best of 2015: #7)
06 Jun 2016 Slide of the day Clinic Evaluation Form
05 Nov 2018 Slide of the day Arthritis Myths
26 Nov 2018 Slide of the day Periodic Fevers Diagnostic Algorithm
22 Jun 2015 Slide of the day Common Vaccines
19 Oct 2015 Slide of the day Febrile Disorders
04 Aug 2017 Social RT @TomVargheseJr: One of the biggest myths in Medicine is "NPO after midnight" prior to a procedure. Kudos for teaching this pearl of wisd…
08 Jun 2016 Social @RheumNow Im at #EULAR2016 all week, hoping to learn and share lots
02 Apr 2018 Social Patients believe that a lab test is a systematic numeric representation their biology and a pivotal arbiter of wellness. Patients who are overly fixated on a specific lab result are that way because we made them that way! https://t.co/sKvZ9cuEhP
02 Sep 2015 Social FDA approvals are increasing: is this better science, legislation or politics? http://t.co/t7qXhuMyTl http://t.co/vtid9IhfJo
23 Jul 2018 Social According 2018 Medscape RESIDENTS Salary and debt report, Rheumatology Fellows are 2nd best pain (Allergy/Immunology 1st) making average of $66,200 - better than surgery, GI, critical care. 47% have >$200K med school debt. https://t.co/fMf0Zxuj0R
18 Feb 2019 Social More than half (53%) of hospital deaths are from sepsis and sepsis is the most common immediate cause of death (35%) according to a medical record review from 6 academic centers https://t.co/Sp5rFTbg3m
24 Aug 2017 Social 55% Americans take prescription medicine; now more than ever. https://t.co/3ytMXHHhVP