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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF MEDICAL_MOTIVATION
58.6% of medical_motivation's followers are female and 41.4% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.90%. The average number of likes per post is 510 and the average number of comments is 6.
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- Business & Careers 40.13 %
- Entertainment 40.06 %
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- Music 37.64 %
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- Pets 32.72 %
coming soon to a hospital near you 😂
High yield sounds intensify
“Take him away boys.” Sorry for the hiatus friends, a lot has been going on and I thought it would be better to take a break and simply observe the state of the world
I’ll be highlighting several stories over the next little while of inspiring healthcare professionals. Report from @thisisnatalie “My dad is a pulmonologist in the ICU. He works every day in the COVID Ground Zero. ✨ Today he called me when I was at my computer and I wrote down what he said: ✨ “You know, Natalie, you have to know the difference between fear and panic. Fear can be a good thing. It breaks through complacency. It makes people move; it motivates people to do something differently. I didn’t want to be drafted into the Vietnam War so you better believe I was going to make it into medical school, despite everyone else my age having the same ambition. ✨ But panic - well that’s like dropping ink in water - all the molecules go everywhere - and you have to recognize that you’re out of control. Panic is chaos.” ✨ Me: “What do you do if you start to panic in the ICU? Do you?” ✨ Dad: “Someone said something to me the other day - and I felt panic. Not fear. And I sat myself down. I recognized that I was the ink and I needed to come back to critical thinking... so I asked myself: ✨ What’s in my control? What’s useful? What are the things I can do to be able to do my work? What are the things that I can do to be safe? And I went through these things: I can wear my mask. I can wear my gloves. And I can be even more mindful of people - where they are, what they are doing, what I say and being more aware of my own self in every moment. ✨ And I regrouped. I’m not going to be the ink in the water. ✨ I can be motivated by fear, but never by panic.” ♥️ My dad took this picture and shared it with the family to remind us that he’s okay - that he’s still smiling - that he HAS a mask (!) - and that he’s being safe. 🩺 Thank you, Dad. Thank you, Kathleen. Thank you to all medical professionals. Everywhere.”
The race for a vaccine for the novel coronavirus, officially termed COVID-19, is on. As the number of cases all over the world continues to rise, pharmaceutical companies and academic institutions are scrambling to create an immunization shot that might halt the spread of the virus. So on Monday, at 8 a.m., researchers at Kaiser Permanente Washington Research Institute in Seattle began the first test in humans of an experimental vaccine for the new coronavirus, reports the Associated Press. While just four people were given the shot, in total 45 participants will receive it during this trial, which is meant to determine its safety, according to The New York Times. Other studies will assess how well it works. Even if all goes well, it'll likely take a year for the vaccine, which is made by Moderna, Inc., to become available.
Picture from Reddit that doesn’t need too much more explaining - everyone please do your part to #flattenthecurve
Wanted to say thank you to all the healthcare professionals working tirelessly out there. You all are heroes that deserve unending appreciation.
Near the end of MS3 be like
When you hear someone pronounce the names of the microbes for the first time 💁♀️
Armed with the 5 minutes of UpToDate you looked up on the way to the patients room
Everyone meet our PG3’s - Chad, Brad, Thad, and Vlad
The oldest practicing surgeon Alla Levushkina, who performed over 10,000 surgeries, passed away today at the age of 92.
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