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Last night’s snowfall (and today’s snow day) were serious, serious blessings. I went to bed last night feeling anxious, behind, hormonal—and woke up every two hours as a result. It’s been one week (JUST ONE WEEK) of school and I’m already feeling the strain. These classes are challenging. The MCAT is daunting. 3/4 of my wedding party doesn’t have clothing yet. And on and on. 💀 •
Waking up to the 5:00 “snow day” email was incredible. I slept, drank matcha, did yoga, cleaned the bathroom for the first time in who knows how long. Tanya made me french toast before she left for work. We synced our calendars like we used to in the old days before school took over. ✨ •
Now I’m powering through tomorrow’s to-do list, which means I can spend tomorrow on the “extra stuff” that’s been keeping me up at night. I can MCAT a little harder. And I can go to bed a little earlier. 🙏🏻 •
Hope you’ve found a sense of calm today too. 💕 • 📷: @nordic_stories
a lovely innovation appreciation card a coworker gave me a few days ago! we started a new onboarding process where people are assigned a "buddy" who greets and follows them through their first day. i was the first buddy to pilot the process!
Ce week-end, vous étiez nombreux à vous rendre au salon PostBac pour découvrir toutes les nouveautés de Parcoursup ! #Parcoursup#maviedetudiant#salon#postbac 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
Crédit photo : LP/ Jean-Baptiste Quentin
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. •
This weekend’s MCAT studies appropriately included a long section about micro injustices within healthcare. One of the four pillars of medical ethics is Justice—the duty to treat all patients equally, to give patients with similar needs similar care, period. ✨ •
Unfortunately physicians are people, and people have prejudices. It’s normal. Prejudice is thought to be evolutionary—an ancient “us vs. them” system that may have kept our prehistoric predecessors alive. But prejudice today can be fatal—prejudices that run rampant in today’s medical system kill. ☠️ •
One of my favorite podcasts, @nprinvisibilia, explored how to break down some of these inherent barriers. The episode features the white dad who has a racist thought about a black man—and then feels sick with guilt because his own daughter is also black. I can relate to that. I often make quick, seemingly irrational judgements about those who are different from myself—and then feel sick to my stomach. That’s actually quite hard to admit, but it’s true. 💔 •
The episode encourages listeners to stop sweeping these thought under the metaphorical rug, but instead to linger on them and ask yourself why. Why did you think that hurtful thing? What’s the reality of the situation? What might you think instead that is more accurate and positive? These reflections will help change your thought patterns and, over time, your core. •
Here’s to fighting injustices together. 🤲🏿🤲🏾🤲🏽🤲🏼🤲🏻 #justiceforall • 📷: @thisglobalisedlife
This is what a day in the life of a health care design strategist looks like. Well, at least today. Every day is different; sometimes I'm attending rounds in the hospital, shadowing in clinic, having meetings all day, designing brochures, setting up pilot protocols, or running around to make a pilot happen. Today is a quiet day catching up on emails and scribbling on post it notes. These days are much needed because I am always holding a backlog of information in my head for all three projects I'm working on. Recording and organizing it is essential! I'm writing down •things learned/observed •solution criteria •resources and partnerships. Next up I can organize the post its in different ways on a rolling whiteboard or wall. Ultimately I will record this information in a digital whiteboarding tool called mural and send it out to my clinical team.
Did you know that about 5.7 million people in the US have heart failure?
I'm currently working on a project aimed at improving palliative care and hospice for individuals with advanced heart failure. I absolutely love this project for so many reasons. 1. I get to work with an amazing team of palliative care docs, cardiologists, nurses, and more, who are brilliant and truly empathetic individuals. Our team is constantly growing as we move forward with exploration and pilots around the health system. 2. I have been exposed to many clinical settings as part of the project. From shadowing in VAD clinic to attending home hospice visits and spending time in the inpatient hospice unit, I have been able to gain a better understanding of what patients and families go through as they manage heart failure. 3. We are tackling a problem space that is continuously written about in medical literature as being extremely complex. One of the reasons end of life care for heart failure is so difficult is the disease process does not have a predictable trajectory (compared to a disease like cancer). This is a space our health care system just hasn't figured out yet. I love a challenge; especially when solving the problem means improving people's lives.
What you see above is a map of the patient journey over the (usually many) years of heart failure. The first step in affecting change is having a deep understanding of the current state of the problem. Who, what, why, when, and how?
And just like that, the winter break is over. Went from having a pint with friends to studying, and classes haven’t even started. It was fun while it lasted, see y’all in March for Spring Break! #WinterBreak#PostBac#GradSchool#StudyingForDays
Aujourd'hui c'est le dernier jour du salon #postbac 2018 où vous pouvez rencontrer des #étudiants de #Sorbonne (Faculté Sciences et ingénierie) 🔬 📣 La journée porte ouverte aura lieu cette année le 3 février à partir de 13h au campus Pierre et Marie Curie (métro #Jussieu ) 📣
Les membres de l'association du Master en affaires européennes seront présents demain de 10h à 18h au #salondeletudiant @studyrama à la @ciup_fr !
Au plaisir de pouvoir répondre à toutes vos questions !
En direct du salon #Postbac . Ambiance joyeuse, studieuse, curieuse !
On vous aime tellement qu'on vous révèle une petite anecdote issue des coulisses : on a voulu prendre une photo du Ministre de l'Education et de la Ministre de l'Enseignement supérieur...mais on l'a ratée, elle était floue, tellement on était pressées de retourner à nos chers lycéens. Donc pas de ministre sur cet album photo, mais des lycéens bien éclairés et c'est ca l'essentiel !
Viens nous voir sur place, ca dure encore tout samedi 13, pour découvrir notre test d'orientation, rencontrer nos Éclaireurs et faire notre connaissance en chair et en os ! #orientation#parcoursup#team#equipe#ensemble#tousensemble#solidarité#fraternité#études#postbac @salon_postbac, avec @educationfrance @enseignementsup.recherche @iledefrance