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Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
[1/2] Tonight! 👋⏰ #JHMChat: The Delicate Dance of Yes and No with @JHospMedicine We'll be discussing how to navigate opportunities throughout your career with our guest expert, @DrSherineSalib 👀 Read the feat. JHM #ProfessionalDevelopment article: https://t.co/6MlywdcHrM https://t.co/FxyxsPnn81
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
[1/2] Tonight! 👋⏰ #JHMChat: The Delicate Dance of Yes and No with @JHospMedicine We'll be discussing how to navigate opportunities throughout your career with our guest expert, @DrSherineSalib 👀 Read the feat. JHM #ProfessionalDevelopment article: https://t.co/6MlywdcHrM https://t.co/EoCSyWgGZF
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
Check out the article for our #JHMChat discussion here 💃 @DrSherineSalib https://t.co/PgeQUgcuqq
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
➡️Tonight is the night to discuss career opportunities and "The Delicate Dance of Yes and No" with your colleagues, maybe win a #myJHMmug☕️and learn more about the JHM editorial and digital media fellowships! Join us for this high yield #JHMChat TONIGHT, Monday April 12 at 9 EST https://t.co/4IuRP8qESv
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
RT @SocietyHospMed: [1/2] Tonight! 👋⏰ #JHMChat: [1/2] Tonight! 👋⏰ #JHMChat: The Delicate Dance of Yes and No with @JHospMedicine We'll be discussing how to navigate opportunities throughout your career with our guest expert, @DrSherineSalib 👀 Read the feat. JHM #ProfessionalDevelopment article: https://t.co/6MlywdcHrM https://t.co/EoCSyWgGZF
ABIM Foundation @ABIMFoundation
RT @JHospMedicine: ➡️Tonight is the night to discuss career opportunities and "The Delicate Dance of Yes and No" with your colleagues, maybe win a #myJHMmug☕️and learn more about the JHM editorial and digital media fellowships! Join us for this high yield #JHMChat TONIGHT, Monday April 12 at 9 EST https://t.co/4IuRP8qESv
Samir S. Shah @SamirShahMD
RT @SocietyHospMed: [1/2] Tonight! 👋⏰ #JHMChat: [1/2] Tonight! 👋⏰ #JHMChat: The Delicate Dance of Yes and No with @JHospMedicine We'll be discussing how to navigate opportunities throughout your career with our guest expert, @DrSherineSalib 👀 Read the feat. JHM #ProfessionalDevelopment article: https://t.co/6MlywdcHrM https://t.co/EoCSyWgGZF
Samir S. Shah @SamirShahMD
RT @JHospMedicine: ➡️Tonight is the night to discuss career opportunities and "The Delicate Dance of Yes and No" with your colleagues, maybe win a #myJHMmug☕️and learn more about the JHM editorial and digital media fellowships! Join us for this high yield #JHMChat TONIGHT, Monday April 12 at 9 EST https://t.co/4IuRP8qESv
Shoshana Herzig, MD, MPH @ShaniHerzig
RT @JHospMedicine: ➡️Tonight is the night to discuss career opportunities and "The Delicate Dance of Yes and No" with your colleagues, maybe win a #myJHMmug☕️and learn more about the JHM editorial and digital media fellowships! Join us for this high yield #JHMChat TONIGHT, Monday April 12 at 9 EST https://t.co/4IuRP8qESv
Shoshana Herzig, MD, MPH @ShaniHerzig
RT @JHospMedicine: Check out the article for our #JHMChat discussion here 💃 @DrSherineSalib https://t.co/PgeQUgcuqq
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
RT @JHospMedicine: ➡️Tonight is the night to discuss career opportunities and "The Delicate Dance of Yes and No" with your colleagues, maybe win a #myJHMmug☕️and learn more about the JHM editorial and digital media fellowships! Join us for this high yield #JHMChat TONIGHT, Monday April 12 at 9 EST https://t.co/4IuRP8qESv
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
Critical question so many us need - when to say yes and when to say no tonight on #jhmchat 8p CST #medtwitter #AcademicTwitter all are welcome!
Dhruv Srinivasachar MD (he/el/ele.) @TheRealDSrini
So excited for #JHMChat tonight!!! @gradydoctor
Rebecca Jaffe, MD @RJmdphilly
Great early faculty convo. Heck - great anytime faculty convo. @CalBear5 @Admiral_Chester @QIHospitalist
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
RT @RJmdphilly: Great early faculty convo. Heck - great anytime faculty convo. @CalBear5 @Admiral_Chester @QIHospitalist
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
RT @FutureDocs: Critical question so many us need - when to say yes and when to say no tonight on #jhmchat 8p CST #medtwitter #AcademicTwitter all are welcome!
Temple Ratcliffe, MD, MS-HPEd @templeratcliffe
RT @RJmdphilly: Great early faculty convo. Heck - great anytime faculty convo. @CalBear5 @Admiral_Chester @QIHospitalist
Benjamin P. Geisler @ben_geisler
RT @JHospMedicine: ➡️Tonight is the night to discuss career opportunities and "The Delicate Dance of Yes and No" with your colleagues, maybe win a #myJHMmug☕️and learn more about the JHM editorial and digital media fellowships! Join us for this high yield #JHMChat TONIGHT, Monday April 12 at 9 EST https://t.co/4IuRP8qESv
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
Can’t wait to join #JHMchat tonight and learn from others on how to strategically say no and yes! This has been an active topic on the @WomenInPHM list serv!
Erin Shaughnessy MD @ErinShaughness4
RT @JHospMedicine: ➡️Tonight is the night to discuss career opportunities and "The Delicate Dance of Yes and No" with your colleagues, maybe win a #myJHMmug☕️and learn more about the JHM editorial and digital media fellowships! Join us for this high yield #JHMChat TONIGHT, Monday April 12 at 9 EST https://t.co/4IuRP8qESv
Eileen Barrett MD MPH (she/her) @EileenBarrettNM
RT @JHospMedicine: ➡️Tonight is the night to discuss career opportunities and "The Delicate Dance of Yes and No" with your colleagues, maybe win a #myJHMmug☕️and learn more about the JHM editorial and digital media fellowships! Join us for this high yield #JHMChat TONIGHT, Monday April 12 at 9 EST https://t.co/4IuRP8qESv
Chris Moreland @cjmoreland
RT @SocietyHospMed: [1/2] Tonight! 👋⏰ #JHMChat: [1/2] Tonight! 👋⏰ #JHMChat: The Delicate Dance of Yes and No with @JHospMedicine We'll be discussing how to navigate opportunities throughout your career with our guest expert, @DrSherineSalib 👀 Read the feat. JHM #ProfessionalDevelopment article: https://t.co/6MlywdcHrM https://t.co/EoCSyWgGZF
Women in PHM @WomenInPHM
RT @DrJessieAllan: Can’t wait to join #JHMchat tonight and learn from others on how to strategically say no and yes! This has been an active topic on the @WomenInPHM list serv!
Mike Tchou @TchouMd
RT @JHospMedicine: ➡️Tonight is the night to discuss career opportunities and "The Delicate Dance of Yes and No" with your colleagues, maybe win a #myJHMmug☕️and learn more about the JHM editorial and digital media fellowships! Join us for this high yield #JHMChat TONIGHT, Monday April 12 at 9 EST https://t.co/4IuRP8qESv
Michelle Brooks, MD @michellebr00ks
RT @JHospMedicine: ➡️Tonight is the night to discuss career opportunities and "The Delicate Dance of Yes and No" with your colleagues, maybe win a #myJHMmug☕️and learn more about the JHM editorial and digital media fellowships! Join us for this high yield #JHMChat TONIGHT, Monday April 12 at 9 EST https://t.co/4IuRP8qESv
#KissMyMask @ktranda8
Amazing opportunity and have some real talk! And there may or may not be a #JMHmug☕️ to win!
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
RT @ktranda8: Amazing opportunity and have some real talk! And there may or may not be a #JMHmug☕️ to win!
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
T - 2 hours! Join us for our upcoming #JHMChat with @DrSherineSalib at 9 PM, ET ⏰ We'll be discussing #careerdevelopment & how to navigate new opportunities... Do I say yes or no? (And, yes the tweets are true! There is a #MyJHMMug giveaway happening too ☕️)
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
Just ⏰ 1 HOUR until #JHMChat tonight. Join us for some thoughtful conversation on navigating career opportunities with @DrSherineSalib, hear about the JHM editorial fellowship and, who knows, you might win a #myJHMmug ☕️. See you here at 9 pm EST!
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
Hi team! I'm @ACastellMD your moderator for tonight's #JHMChat discussion "The Delicate Dance of Yes and No - How to Navigate Opportunities Throughout Your Career". Thanks for joining! We are excited to have special guest @drsherinesalib joining us tonight https://t.co/Tr8WiEA9pC
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
Before we get this #JHMChat started: 🚨 Accreditation and Designation Statement: SHM is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
Don't forget to tag your tweets with #JHMChat... While we are waiting for everyone to arrive, please introduce yourself!
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
RT @JHospMedicine: Hi team! I'm @ACastellMD your moderator for tonight's #JHMChat discussion "The Delicate Dance of Yes and No - How to Navigate Opportunities Throughout Your Career". Thanks for joining! We are excited to have special guest @drsherinesalib joining us tonight https://t.co/Tr8WiEA9pC
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
@JHospMedicine Hi all! Sherine from Austin- a general internist & educational leader. Happy to join you all & excited for tonight’s chat! #JHMChat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
First time at #JHMChat? Welcome! To easily follow along, search for #JHMChat and select the "Latest" tab. Please remember to use #JHMChat in your response so everyone can see it in the feed.
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@JHospMedicine Hello! I'm Vignesh (most folks call me Vig) and I'm a Med-Peds Hospitalist in Columbus, OH currently working on the Children's side so I may miss parts of this but looking forward to the transcript after! #JHMChat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
@DrSherineSalib Thanks for joining us! #JHMChat
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@JHospMedicine I’m Gopi - academic Hospitalist from Chicago. Excited to chat to tonight #JHMChat and for the chance to win #myJHMmug
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
@JHospMedicine I'm Jen Readlynn from @URMC_Medicine in Rochester, NY. Very excited for this chat, especially as I work on another application. #JHMChat
Maha Kaissi, MD, FAAP @maha_kaissi
@JHospMedicine Hi everyone! I'm Maha Kaissi, the 1st year PHM fellow at @URMed_GCH in Rochester, NY! Excited for tonight's #JHMChat! 😀
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@DrSherineSalib @JHospMedicine LOVED the article! Think it should be a must-read for all graduating residents and junior faculty. Would be useful for residents too!! #JHMChat
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
Welcome, everyone! Thanks for joining us for tonight's #JHMChat with @JHospMedicine (@acastellmd) and @DrSherineSalib Don't forget to use the hashtag: #JHMChat throughout our discussion. We want to make sure we can all stay connected to our conversation! 👏🥳
Melissa Plesac @MelissaPlesacMD
@JHospMedicine Hi! I’m Melissa Plesac from University of Minnesota #jhmchat
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
@JHospMedicine Hi! I'm Ndidi, peds hospitalist at @CincyPHM. Looking forward to this chat #JHMChat
Lonika *abortion is health care* @sood_lonika
Lonika... hospitalists #meded joining from the beautiful pnw with company #jhmchat https://t.co/SKkpljyD6V
Jon Lim, MD 🏳️‍🌈 @JonLimMD
@JHospMedicine Jon in Houston, academic hospitalist, second year junior faculty. Involved in assessment, CBME. Looking forward to learning from tonight's #JHMChat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
And stick around! You might win a #myJHMmug#JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@JHospMedicine Hi! I'm Annie from Charleston, SC. #JHMChat
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
@JHospMedicine @acastellmd @DrSherineSalib Hi everyone! Charlie Wray, here. Hospitalist at the SFVA and part of the Digital Media and Editorial Fellowship team @JHospMedicine. Looking forward to learning from so many tonight #JHMChat
Dhruv Srinivasachar MD (he/el/ele.) @TheRealDSrini
@JHospMedicine Hi all! Dhruv Srinivasachar, soon to be PGY-1 @WMUMedicine...Excited for #JHMChat tonight!
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
OMGEEEEE I didn't sleep through the start of #JHMChat!!
Samir S. Shah @SamirShahMD
Hey, Samir S. Shah @JHospMedicine Editor-in-Chief signing on #JHMChat Excited for the discussion and the #myJHMmug giveaway Would love to see the winners post photos w/ their mug
Prabi Rajbhandari @prabimd
Prabi Rajbhandari , peds hospitalist from Akron , ohio , excited for this chat #JHMChat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
Let's get started with Question 1 for tonight's #JHMChat. https://t.co/kW3lDzAc1a
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@gradydoctor Was about to tag you and ask if @TheRealDSrini reached out as promised!! #JHMChat
Samir S. Shah @SamirShahMD
RT @gradydoctor: OMGEEEEE I didn't sleep through the start of #JHMChat!!
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
@maha_kaissi @JHospMedicine @URMed_GCH Welcome, Maha! Have you joined us for a #JHMChat before?
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
@kaiksow (shouting back) We can hear you! #JHMChat
Sanjay A. Patel, MD (he/him/his) @buckeye_sanjay
@JHospMedicine Sanjay - Hospitalist/APD @IMRiversideOH in Columbus, OH #JHMChat
Jess Dreicer, MD @jessdreicer
@JHospMedicine Hello. Jess, I'm an academic hospitalist in Charlottesville. #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@JHospMedicine As a 2nd year attending, my answer to this is "anything that helps me be a better doctor for my patients and a better educator for my learners." Sounds simple but this mantra has really helped me decide what is worthwhile. #JHMChat
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
@JHospMedicine A1: Connection with others, help to understand how a system works, something you're passionate about or might be. #JHMChat
Heather McKnight,MD (she/her) 🏳️‍⚧️✊🏿🏳️‍🌈 @HMcKnightMD
@JHospMedicine Hi! I'm Heather McKnight for PHM @UCDavisChildren. I'm looking forward to the discussion! #JHMChat
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
@JHospMedicine A.1 As you consider opportunities, start by figuring out who you are, what you want your “brand” to be & where you envision your career going. Early in your career, seek breadth. Explore often & explore widely. As you grow in your career, seek more depth. #JHMChat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
@buckeye_sanjay @IMRiversideOH Welcome Sanjay #JHMChat
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
Come for the excellent academic career advice...stay for a mug #JHMChat Am I right @SamirShahMD?
Amteshwar Singh, MD MEd FACP @amteshwar
@SocietyHospMed @jenreadlynn @JHospMedicine @URMC_Medicine I’m Aalam from @HopkinsMedicine. Looking forward to learning about the Yes/No dilemma as I navigate early career decisions in HM #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@SocietyHospMed @DrSherineSalib @JHospMedicine from your tweets to the #myJHMmug gods' ears hahaha! #JHMChat
Nicola Orlov, MD MPH @NicolaOrlov
@SocietyHospMed @JHospMedicine @acastellmd @DrSherineSalib Hi. My name is Nikki Orlov. PHM @UChicagoMed. Excited for my first #JHMCHAT
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@JHospMedicine A1: One of two things (or both) 1. Something you are genuinely interested in. 2. Something you see a scope for growth in. #JHMChat
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
Jessie Allan attempting to join #JHMChat during kids bath time 💦 should have strategically said no to the bath
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
@HMcKnightMD @UCDavisChildren Welcome Heather! #JHMChat
Maha Kaissi, MD, FAAP @maha_kaissi
@SocietyHospMed @JHospMedicine @URMed_GCH It's been a while, but I have! I'm so glad I didn't have to sleep early and could join tonight, especially for this wonderful topic! #JHMChat
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
RT @DoctorVig: @JHospMedicine As a 2nd year attending, my answer to this is "anything that helps me be a better doctor for my patients and a better educator for my learners." Sounds simple but this mantra has really helped me decide what is worthwhile. #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@JHospMedicine Q1: #JHMChat I think this depends on the season of your career. Early on you have to say yes to more things. In this second season, I find I say yes if it will give me personal gratification, get me to work with folks I respect or help a mentee I respect.
Christine D Jones @jones_delong
Hi! I am Christine from U of Colorado - hospitalist, researcher, peer coach & mentor #JHMChat
Jon Lim, MD 🏳️‍🌈 @JonLimMD
@JHospMedicine A1: have been drawn to projects that peak my curiosity, is an area I think I can contribute, what can benefit others, and an area I really want to learn and grow more in #JHMChat
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
@JHospMedicine A1: Alignment with my interests/ goals, opportunity to connect with others and/or an opportunity to challenge myself in a new way #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@JHospMedicine A1. part 2. as some of my mentors like @BMcGillenMD and @MedEdMahan have shown me, it is also really helpful to have a personal mission statement and a vision. Opportunities that align with those are extra awesome! #JHMChat
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
@DrSherineSalib @JHospMedicine I like this idea of "branding" @DrSherineSalib - it gives structure to the often nebulous idea of "who are you?" #JHMChat
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
@DrSherineSalib @JHospMedicine So hard to make that transition! Finally figuring out what I want and where I want to be but still exploring a bit too. #JHMChat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
@NicolaOrlov @SocietyHospMed @acastellmd @DrSherineSalib @UChicagoMed Glad to have you Nikki! #JHMChat
Temple Ratcliffe, MD, MS-HPEd @templeratcliffe
Temple checking in from San Antonio for #JHMChat -- great topic!
Sanjay A. Patel, MD (he/him/his) @buckeye_sanjay
@JHospMedicine How much does it fit the mantra: Autonomy, Mastery & Purpose #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@DrJessieAllan Is that an option????:) #JHMChat
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@DrSherineSalib @JHospMedicine Love this! Especially the concept of breadth. I would have NEVER envisioned myself in the roles I am in today but I genuinely enjoy them now. I had to jump out of my self-imposed “box” but it was so worth it. #JHMChat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
@DoctorVig @BMcGillenMD @MedEdMahan Mantras and mission statements! How do you come up with yours? #JHMChat
Maha Kaissi, MD, FAAP @maha_kaissi
@JHospMedicine 1) Aligns with my personal career goals (both short-term and/or long-term) 2) Can help me develop new skills that I can adopt into other areas of my career 3) Provides helpful networking opportunities to open more doors in the future #JHMChat
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
@JHospMedicine A.1 Earlier in your career, be open to opportunities that come up, even if they don’t align perfectly with your goals. Don’t feel bound by your job description. Explore & see where various opportunities take you. After all, opportunities beget more opportunities. #JHMChat
Jenny Y Shen, MD, FHM @JennyShenMD
@JHospMedicine #JHMChat @JHospMedicine An opportunity that grow from something I'm already doing and offer the chance for further expansion. I hesitate when the say opportunity is outside of my comfort zone, although maybe those are the opportunity I should really go for?
Elise Peterson Lu, MD, PhD @elibrilu
Elise Lu, hospitalist at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh and editorial fellow. Currently navigating tweeting while holding a 3 week old. #JHMChat
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
@JHospMedicine #JHMchat A1: I don’t have the answers but I am starting to ask myself these questions: 🎯 does this reach me closer to a goal? Or an intermediate goal? 🎯 is this something I am passionate about? 🎯 do I have the bandwidth?
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
@templeratcliffe Glad you could join us, Temple #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@JHospMedicine @BMcGillenMD @MedEdMahan @MedEdMahan has a really fantastic talk he gives here to junior faculty on how to come up with a mission statement and build on drafts! I have to make it into a tweetorial one day. #JHMChat
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
@annielintzenich @JHospMedicine Totally agree, Annie! #JHMChat
Eliezer Shinnar @Amraphel18
@JHospMedicine I'm Eli, hospitalist for the IHS, excited to join in on tonights #JHMChat
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
@DoctorVig @JHospMedicine @BMcGillenMD @MedEdMahan I guess it helps to look at that again after you write it and not leave it in a folder somewhere. I mean... #JHMChat
Jeremy Yardley @YardleyMD
Jeremy Yardley trying to join #JHMChat while putting kids to bed (likely to be the case throughout the hour🙄)
Melissa Plesac @MelissaPlesacMD
@annielintzenich @JHospMedicine So identify with this, the part I didn’t realize is when you reach phase 2 you have to start paring down and stepping away from all those things you said yes to as your vision/mission becomes clearer which is so challenging! #JHMChat
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
@JHospMedicine Early on, also important to think about who you can work with. The project may not be "perfect" for you, but getting the opportunity to work with someone special should also play into this, IMHO #JHMChat
Prabi Rajbhandari @prabimd
A1 when someone says thank you at the end of a crazy week & you find colleagues with similar interest #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@JHospMedicine @DoctorVig @BMcGillenMD @MedEdMahan I need to go to a mission statement workshop. #JHMChat
Jeremy Yardley @YardleyMD
@DrJessieAllan I said no to the bath, but I may be paying for it #JHMChat
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@JonLimMD @JHospMedicine 100%! It’s so important to remember that WE need to keep growing and evolving too. #JHMChat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
RT @JHospMedicine: Let's get started with Question 1 for tonight's #JHMChat. https://t.co/kW3lDzAc1a
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
Anddd, we're off! 🚀 Q1:
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@annielintzenich @JHospMedicine @BMcGillenMD @MedEdMahan One of the moist productive one hour workshops I have ever attended! #JHMChat
Christine D Jones @jones_delong
A1. I will generally say yes after reflecting if I have the time, expertise, and support to be successful... Also needs to be enough aligned that it makes sense #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@MelissaPlesacMD @JHospMedicine I definitely haven't mastered the paring down part yet. #JHMChat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
@annielintzenich @DoctorVig @BMcGillenMD @MedEdMahan Seems like a great idea! #JHMChat
Temple Ratcliffe, MD, MS-HPEd @templeratcliffe
A1: Sometimes (oftentimes) the people/collaborators are more important than the topic. #JHMChat
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
@gopiastik @DrSherineSalib @JHospMedicine Totally! I could never have guessed this is where I would be now, but am so grateful for it! #JHMChat
Jess Dreicer, MD @jessdreicer
@JHospMedicine A1. This is changing the further I get into my career. At first it was anything vaguely related to my interests. Now that I've done some leg work I'm starting to be able to be more selective about only saying yes to opportunities that truly excite me. #JHMChat
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.1 As you consider opportunities, start by figuring out who you are, what you want your “brand” to be & where you envision your career going. Early in your career, seek breadth. Explore often & explore widely. As you grow in your career, seek more depth. #JHMChat
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
RT @JHospMedicine: @DoctorVig @BMcGillenMD @MedEdMahan Mantras and mission statements! How do you come up with yours? #JHMChat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
RT @NdidiUnaka: @JHospMedicine A1: @JHospMedicine A1: Alignment with my interests/ goals, opportunity to connect with others and/or an opportunity to challenge myself in a new way #JHMChat
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
@templeratcliffe Very true!! #JHMChat
Melissa Plesac @MelissaPlesacMD
@JHospMedicine A1: another thing i think about, is this something that requires my unique voice (or someone like me) or a different voice at the table #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@templeratcliffe totally agree. Can learn a lot from others! #JHMChat
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
@JHospMedicine A1. What a wonderful question! #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@annielintzenich @MelissaPlesacMD @JHospMedicine +1 haha. ever a work in progress. #JHMChat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
@MelissaPlesacMD Also a useful way of thinking about opportunities #JHMChat
Lonika *abortion is health care* @sood_lonika
@MelissaPlesacMD @JHospMedicine A1: aligns with personal and professional goals #JHMChat
Payal K. Patel @Payal_Patel
@JHospMedicine Hey fellow #jhmchat crew, practicing VA hospitalist, ID doc, and pretty excellent salsa maker tuning in from Ann Arbor, Mi
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@DoctorVig @JHospMedicine @BMcGillenMD @MedEdMahan YES! Very true. I won’t hold it against you that @BMcGillenMD is your mentor but it must of been your other mentor that taught you this 😉 #JHMChat
Sanjay A. Patel, MD (he/him/his) @buckeye_sanjay
@DrSherineSalib @JHospMedicine Love the idea of branding. So@thing I wish I knew earlier. And for some, it takes a hike to figure out that “brand”. In the meantime, seek out opportunities that align with your interests/goals. And don’t be afraid to challenge yourself #JHMChat
Anthony R Artino Jr @mededdoc
Dare I say "all the time" the people and your relationships with them are far more important than any one #MedEd project.
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
RT @DrJessieAllan: @JHospMedicine #JHMchat A1: @JHospMedicine #JHMchat A1: I don’t have the answers but I am starting to ask myself these questions: 🎯 does this reach me closer to a goal? Or an intermediate goal? 🎯 is this something I am passionate about? 🎯 do I have the bandwidth?
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@sood_lonika @MelissaPlesacMD @JHospMedicine Love how common this theme is. really ties into being mission-driven as well. #JHMChat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
@JHospMedicine A1 Sometimes you have to say yes because of the interest and alignment and other times because of the people who see asking... it’s a mix #jhmchat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
A1: This probably goes without saying but I learned this morning at #AAPAdvocacy2021 that you should definitely say yes to anything that involves @staceyabrams #JHMChat
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.1 Earlier in your career, be open to opportunities that come up, even if they don’t align perfectly with your goals. Don’t feel bound by your job description. Explore & see where various opportunities take you. After all, opportunities beget more opportunities. #JHMChat
#KissMyMask @ktranda8
@JHospMedicine A1: Is it in line with my passions/advocacy? Is it helpful in my job or helpful for my department? Will I enjoy it enough to make it a priority enough to make space or get rid of something? #JHMChat
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
@DrJessieAllan @JHospMedicine How do you judge your bandwidth? I have a habit of saying yes if the first 2 fit without checking on 3. I'm happy to do something I'm super-excited about but then what else needs to go? #JHMChat
Maha Kaissi, MD, FAAP @maha_kaissi
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.1 As you consider opportunities, start by figuring out who you are, what you want your “brand” to be & where you envision your career going. Early in your career, seek breadth. Explore often & explore widely. As you grow in your career, seek more depth. #JHMChat
Delia Takagi @dltkgi
@JHospMedicine Opportunity to influence change in a positive way. #JHMChat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
Question 2 for tonight's #JHMChat https://t.co/oiZus5lvpW
Heather McKnight,MD (she/her) 🏳️‍⚧️✊🏿🏳️‍🌈 @HMcKnightMD
@JHospMedicine A1: Worth it to me, the institution, leadership? For me, something that I am passionate about, something that is crucial and I have a unique skill set to perform, something that will help with my or my colleagues' advancement. #JHMChat
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
RT @JonLimMD: @JHospMedicine A1: @JHospMedicine A1: have been drawn to projects that peak my curiosity, is an area I think I can contribute, what can benefit others, and an area I really want to learn and grow more in #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@Payal_Patel @JHospMedicine We need to have folks add extra tidbits in their intros for future chats. can we get a Payal Patel salsa tweetorial? #JHMChat
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
@JHospMedicine A2 As your career progresses, your “yes-no” balance may shift. Recalibrate often. Don’t turn down “stretch opportunities”. If a stretch opportunity aligns with your career goals, consider saying “yes” & learn on the job. #JHMChat
Maha Kaissi, MD, FAAP @maha_kaissi
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.1 Earlier in your career, be open to opportunities that come up, even if they don’t align perfectly with your goals. Don’t feel bound by your job description. Explore & see where various opportunities take you. After all, opportunities beget more opportunities. #JHMChat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
@JHospMedicine Good evening! I’m Moises, a med-Peds Hospitalist from Cleveland. Look forward to tonight’s #JHMChat and for the chance to win #myJHMmug
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
RT @MelissaPlesacMD: @annielintzenich @JHospMedicine So identify with this, the part I didn’t realize is when you reach phase 2 you have to start paring down and stepping away from all those things you said yes to as your vision/mission becomes clearer which is so challenging! #JHMChat
MedEdBot @MedEdBot
RT @sood_lonika: Lonika... hospitalists #meded joining from the beautiful pnw with company #jhmchat https://t.co/SKkpljyD6V
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
@jenreadlynn @DrJessieAllan glad you asked! #jhmchat
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@FutureDocs @JHospMedicine I just ask what would @FutureDocs do. #JHMchat
Prabi Rajbhandari @prabimd
#jhmchat
MedEdBot @MedEdBot
RT @mededdoc: Dare I say "all the time" the people and your relationships with them are far more important than any one #MedEd project.
Daniela Urma MD @danielaurmamd
@JHospMedicine Something who will keep my mind and heart in balance #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@dltkgi @JHospMedicine Yes to this 100%. Influence is so valuable. Don't squander it. #JHMChat
Gregg Masters MPH @GreggMastersMPH
We’ve come a long way since first @twitter #HCSM chat. Kudos to #JHMchat curators. Stoked to see the B2B angle emerge via social media. T’was only a matter of time.
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@jenreadlynn @DrJessieAllan @JHospMedicine I always ask for the expected time commitment these days. The answers have been surprising but also very insightful. #JHMChat
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
@MelissaPlesacMD @JHospMedicine YES! Important to recognize that sometimes we give more than what we get from various opportunities. If it aligns with your mission/ core values then it is still a win #JHMChat
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
@DrSherineSalib @JHospMedicine . @DrSherineSalib Good advice. #JHMChat
Jeremy Yardley @YardleyMD
A1: it’s something I am passionate about and also that I will make sure that I carve out the time to dedicate to it #JHMChat
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
@JHospMedicine A.2 Consider Impact vs. Effort: ⚖️ ➡️Incorporate a combination of low-effort & high-effort activities at any one time, to help maintain balance. ➡️The impact-vs-effort balance may shift as you grow in your career. #JHMChat #CareerDevelopment https://t.co/s1OtYq2k3Y
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine That’s funny I would ask what @gradydoctor would do #jhmchat https://t.co/9gjhVSA2kf
Gregg Masters MPH @GreggMastersMPH
RT @JHospMedicine: First time at #JHMChat? Welcome! To easily follow along, search for #JHMChat and select the "Latest" tab. Please remember to use #JHMChat in your response so everyone can see it in the feed.
Lonika *abortion is health care* @sood_lonika
@JHospMedicine A2: take time before you say no... perhaps have a coach/peer to hold you accountable... ask for clarification before saying yes #JHMChat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.2 Consider Impact vs. Effort: ⚖️ ➡️Incorporate a combination of low-effort & high-effort activities at any one time, to help maintain balance. ➡️The impact-vs-effort balance may shift as you grow in your career. #JHMChat #CareerDevelopment https://t.co/s1OtYq2k3Y
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.2 Consider Impact vs. Effort: ⚖️ ➡️Incorporate a combination of low-effort & high-effort activities at any one time, to help maintain balance. ➡️The impact-vs-effort balance may shift as you grow in your career. #JHMChat #CareerDevelopment https://t.co/s1OtYq2k3Y
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
RT @templeratcliffe: A1: A1: Sometimes (oftentimes) the people/collaborators are more important than the topic. #JHMChat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.2 Consider Impact vs. Effort: ⚖️ ➡️Incorporate a combination of low-effort & high-effort activities at any one time, to help maintain balance. ➡️The impact-vs-effort balance may shift as you grow in your career. #JHMChat #CareerDevelopment https://t.co/s1OtYq2k3Y
Maha Kaissi, MD, FAAP @maha_kaissi
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.2 Consider Impact vs. Effort: ⚖️ ➡️Incorporate a combination of low-effort & high-effort activities at any one time, to help maintain balance. ➡️The impact-vs-effort balance may shift as you grow in your career. #JHMChat #CareerDevelopment https://t.co/s1OtYq2k3Y
Lonika *abortion is health care* @sood_lonika
@DoctorVig @jenreadlynn @DrJessieAllan @JHospMedicine Yes this has been important for my sanity #JHMChat
Jess Dreicer, MD @jessdreicer
@JHospMedicine A2. For me finding mentors who can help me weigh these other aspects when deciding which opportunities to go after has been 🔑 #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@JHospMedicine A2. I'm just here for the answers from others on this one as I get to the end of my 2nd year as an attending. often, in the absence of experience, it is really easy to say yes to all sorts of things without really understanding what you're getting yourself into. #JHMChat
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
@gradydoctor @FutureDocs @JHospMedicine WWFDD #JHMChat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
@JHospMedicine A1 - What allows me to grow as a person and a better academic doctor; which by itself will allow me to help other peers, trainees, as well as my patients. #JHMChat
Temple Ratcliffe, MD, MS-HPEd @templeratcliffe
A2: So hard to assess/answer prospectively. Key is to make the most of every opportunity -- then you'll look back at it as inevitable and invaluable to your professional development. #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
If I had known I was headed towards an advocacy path I might have said no to some stuff that serves me REALLY WELL these days. #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
A2: Maybe unpopular opinion but as someone who took a pretty drastic career turn in the season 1 to season 2 transition, I marvel everyday at the usefulness of the skills I gained when I thought I was on a different path. Every road leads somewhere. #JHMChat
Payal K. Patel @Payal_Patel
@JHospMedicine I enjoyed this @HarvardBiz podcast on the subtle art of saying no There were some really helpful tips that applied to how to think about what to say yes and no to and when in your career https://t.co/FkyvPUL61k #jhmchat
Heather McKnight,MD (she/her) 🏳️‍⚧️✊🏿🏳️‍🌈 @HMcKnightMD
@JHospMedicine A2:How does this contribute to my career goals? Is this unexciting but essential in some way? Will it lead me to other steps or opportunities? Do I have the time or need to make the time? #JHMChat
Prabi Rajbhandari @prabimd
#JHMChat same answer for both question but seems to work for me A2. 1 of my mentors advised me correctly “You may want to keep throwing things around to see what sticks” while you don’t want to be overwhelmed you also want to figure out which direction to follow
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
@JHospMedicine I'm going to listen for this one. This is my struggle. #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@medpedshosp @JHospMedicine the fact that my answer was similar to yours lets me know I am on the right track! #JHMChat
Amteshwar Singh, MD MEd FACP @amteshwar
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.2 Consider Impact vs. Effort: ⚖️ ➡️Incorporate a combination of low-effort & high-effort activities at any one time, to help maintain balance. ➡️The impact-vs-effort balance may shift as you grow in your career. #JHMChat #CareerDevelopment https://t.co/s1OtYq2k3Y
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
Whew! #JHMChat is already on a roll... Q2:
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@JHospMedicine A2: Early on, you should say “yes” to most things AS LONG AS YOU CAN DELIVER. Underperforming on many things is worse than not doing anything at all. As you find your path and voice, learn to tactfully say no to things not in line with your plan. #JHMChat
#KissMyMask @ktranda8
@JHospMedicine A2: I am not honestly the best at this, I am just now starting to say no, and losing the fear of opportunity. Does it make it on my priority list? I now have to at times quit something else before I can start something. Sometimes the opportunity is well worth it. #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@JonLimMD @JHospMedicine from higher concentration of experience to lower concentration of experience. This is all passive diffusion of wisdom headed my way and I am here for it. #JHMChat
Gregg Masters MPH @GreggMastersMPH
c #medtwitter #hcldr #MedED
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
RT @jessdreicer: @JHospMedicine A2. For me finding mentors who can help me weigh these other aspects when deciding which opportunities to go after has been 🔑 #JHMChat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
RT @JHospMedicine: Question 2 for tonight's #JHMChat https://t.co/oiZus5lvpW
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
Dropping all the pearls. Y'all better come join this #JHMChat with @DrSherineSalib
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.2 Consider Impact vs. Effort: ⚖️ ➡️Incorporate a combination of low-effort & high-effort activities at any one time, to help maintain balance. ➡️The impact-vs-effort balance may shift as you grow in your career. #JHMChat #CareerDevelopment https://t.co/s1OtYq2k3Y
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
@jenreadlynn @JHospMedicine This is tough and I would love to hear others thoughts - but what helps me is: ⏰ do I have time to do this opportunity well? ⏰ if I say yes will I still be able to do other things I have committed to well? #JHMChat
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
@JHospMedicine The key thing here is thinking about it. I have a personal rule where I never commit to something on the day I was asked. Gives me the time to think and try to assess if it's good opportunity or not #JHMChat
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
@JHospMedicine A.2 Become familiar with the Eisenhower Matrix. Figure out what should be in the “Important but Not Urgent” quadrant & pay close attention to it. Be intentional about that. Otherwise, it’s easy to be constantly stuck in the other quadrants. #JHMChat #CareerDevelopment https://t.co/JjI9n0hk5g
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
RT @medpedshosp: @JHospMedicine A1 - What allows me to grow as a person and a better academic doctor; which by itself will allow me to help other peers, trainees, as well as my patients. #JHMChat
Melissa Plesac @MelissaPlesacMD
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.2 Consider Impact vs. Effort: ⚖️ ➡️Incorporate a combination of low-effort & high-effort activities at any one time, to help maintain balance. ➡️The impact-vs-effort balance may shift as you grow in your career. #JHMChat #CareerDevelopment https://t.co/s1OtYq2k3Y
Donna Miller @AgitatorsNeeded
RT @annielintzenich: A1: A1: This probably goes without saying but I learned this morning at #AAPAdvocacy2021 that you should definitely say yes to anything that involves @staceyabrams #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@WrayCharles @JHospMedicine Unless it involves @staceyabrams #JHMChat
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
RT @WrayCharles: @JHospMedicine The key thing here is thinking about it. I have a personal rule where I never commit to something on the day I was asked. Gives me the time to think and try to assess if it's good opportunity or not #JHMChat
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
RT @gradydoctor: Dropping all the pearls. Y'all better come join this #JHMChat with @DrSherineSalib
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
@DrJessieAllan @jenreadlynn @JHospMedicine Great points, Jessie. I think one of the worst things you can do in academics is commit to something and then not see it all the way through. 1 step forward 2 steps back #JHMChat
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A2 As your career progresses, your “yes-no” balance may shift. Recalibrate often. Don’t turn down “stretch opportunities”. If a stretch opportunity aligns with your career goals, consider saying “yes” & learn on the job. #JHMChat
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
RT @WrayCharles: @JHospMedicine The key thing here is thinking about it. I have a personal rule where I never commit to something on the day I was asked. Gives me the time to think and try to assess if it's good opportunity or not #JHMChat
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@JHospMedicine @DrSherineSalib Shoot I keep forgetting to say #JHMchat
Samir S. Shah @SamirShahMD
RT @WrayCharles: Come for the excellent academic career advice...stay for a mug #JHMChat Am I right @SamirShahMD?
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
@FutureDocs @gradydoctor @JHospMedicine So solid strategy to ask what @FutureDocs and what @gradydoctor would do? I can live with that. Also #goals. #JHMChat
Gregg Masters MPH @GreggMastersMPH
RT @Payal_Patel: @JHospMedicine I enjoyed this @HarvardBiz podcast on the subtle art of saying no There were some really helpful tips that applied to how to think about what to say yes and no to and when in your career https://t.co/FkyvPUL61k #jhmchat
#KissMyMask @ktranda8
RT @Payal_Patel: @JHospMedicine I enjoyed this @HarvardBiz podcast on the subtle art of saying no There were some really helpful tips that applied to how to think about what to say yes and no to and when in your career https://t.co/FkyvPUL61k #jhmchat
Cherie Fathy @CherieEyeMD
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A2 As your career progresses, your “yes-no” balance may shift. Recalibrate often. Don’t turn down “stretch opportunities”. If a stretch opportunity aligns with your career goals, consider saying “yes” & learn on the job. #JHMChat
Amteshwar Singh, MD MEd FACP @amteshwar
@WrayCharles @JHospMedicine I recently learned to always put a “re-eval date” when committing to something. Consider coming back to discuss the ongoing opportunity in some months and decide if it is still worth the effort and impact. @DrSherineSalib #jhmchat
Christopher D. Jackson, MD @ChrisDJacksonMD
Chris Jackson from Memphis, TN joining #JHMChat
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
@JHospMedicine A2: New career opportunities = growth opportunities. Also, great mentors can really help in the decision making process. A great mentor can help illuminate the strengths we sometimes refuse to see in ourselves. #JHMChat
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@Payal_Patel @JHospMedicine @HarvardBiz I loved this! I’m a huge fan of the @HarvardBiz content. Any career question I’ve had has either been answered by a podcast or article. I highly recommend the subscription to my mentees. #JHMChat
Christine D Jones @jones_delong
@JHospMedicine Agree that having trusted peers, mentors, and friends in different career stages can help to reflect on what is most important to you at different stages. Would also by default say "this sounds like an exciting opportunity, could I take some time to think about it?" #JHMChat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.2 Become familiar with the Eisenhower Matrix. Figure out what should be in the “Important but Not Urgent” quadrant & pay close attention to it. Be intentional about that. Otherwise, it’s easy to be constantly stuck in the other quadrants. #JHMChat #CareerDevelopment https://t.co/JjI9n0hk5g
Jeremy Yardley @YardleyMD
A2: I think it depends on your career goals. I think especially early on, saying yes and participating in projects locally and nationally can connect you to people and future projects that you are passionate about. And then start being more selective #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@JHospMedicine A2. Also, I would be remiss if I didn't point out @gbosslet's pinned tweet on the academic decision algorithm #JHMChat https://t.co/KgMlWrK3qU
Lonika *abortion is health care* @sood_lonika
@DrSherineSalib @JHospMedicine Agree... although really hard to delegate sometimes 🙄🙄🙄 #JHMChat
Prabi Rajbhandari @prabimd
@SocietyHospMed A2. If in doubt try it , you may think you may@not like it but you can’t be sure unless you try it #jhmchat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@gopiastik @Payal_Patel @JHospMedicine @HarvardBiz @HarvardBiz is a little too applicable to EVERYTHING in medicine in my experience. #JHMChat
Melissa Plesac @MelissaPlesacMD
@jessdreicer @JHospMedicine Love this. I have a mentor who periodically has me make a giant list of all the things I am doing, and helps met talk through each one of them and why I am involved. Good mentors aren’t just about who is in the room, but who helps you decide whether to go in! #JHMChat
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
@NicolaOrlov @JHospMedicine @acastellmd @DrSherineSalib @UChicagoMed Welcome, Nicola! You've picked a great first #JHMChat :) Hope you're enjoying!
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
@jenreadlynn @gradydoctor @JHospMedicine 😂 who do we ask? #jhmchat
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
@WrayCharles @JHospMedicine I need to do this more consistently! #JHMChat
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.2 Consider Impact vs. Effort: ⚖️ ➡️Incorporate a combination of low-effort & high-effort activities at any one time, to help maintain balance. ➡️The impact-vs-effort balance may shift as you grow in your career. #JHMChat #CareerDevelopment https://t.co/s1OtYq2k3Y
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@MelissaPlesacMD @jessdreicer @JHospMedicine This is smart. #JHMChat
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
@NdidiUnaka @JHospMedicine the strategy works well. I figure out so much of my life on bike rides and runs #JHMChat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
RT @DoctorVig: @JHospMedicine A2. Also, I would be remiss if I didn't point out @gbosslet's pinned tweet on the academic decision algorithm #JHMChat https://t.co/KgMlWrK3qU
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
@DoctorVig @JHospMedicine @gbosslet I love this #jhmchat
Temple Ratcliffe, MD, MS-HPEd @templeratcliffe
RT @WrayCharles: @JHospMedicine The key thing here is thinking about it. I have a personal rule where I never commit to something on the day I was asked. Gives me the time to think and try to assess if it's good opportunity or not #JHMChat
Mike Tchou @TchouMd
@JHospMedicine Hi all! A little late to get started here due to kiddo's bathtime. I'm Mike Tchou, pediatric hospitalist at Children's Hospital Colorado. Excited to learn from everyone as someone still figuring out how to navigate yes and no! #JHMChat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
Moving on…Question 3 for tonight's #JHMChat https://t.co/5tEjeHR4tL
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@MelissaPlesacMD @jessdreicer @JHospMedicine I have a running list of things I’m working on that we review monthly and right next to it is the list of things I’ve declined or delegated to also review. This exercise has been very important for me to recognize they are both very important #JHMChat
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@JHospMedicine @DrSherineSalib @SamirShahMD @WrayCharles @FutureDocs @acastellmd @arghavan_salles @annielintzenich @ETSshow @SocietyHospMed Me waiting on the next question to come up in #JHMChat. https://t.co/9xpV9DvAr1
Melissa Plesac @MelissaPlesacMD
@WrayCharles @JHospMedicine This is very wise! Going to adopt this practice ASAP #JHMChat
Gregg Masters MPH @GreggMastersMPH
c #hcldr #medtwitter #MedED
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
@JHospMedicine A3. It’s not easy saying “no”. It’s a muscle you train over time. BUT be careful: If you always say “no”, people will stop offering opportunities. You have to build trust. If it’s a “maybe”, then say so. Perhaps another time, or a variation of the opportunity? #JHMChat
Jessica Markham @jmarks614
@JHospMedicine Jess Markham from Childrens Mercy in Kansas City joining #JHMChat tonight- need all the advice I can get!!!
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine @DrSherineSalib @SamirShahMD @WrayCharles @FutureDocs @acastellmd @arghavan_salles @annielintzenich @ETSshow @SocietyHospMed Ha!!! Me too! #JHMChat
Lonika *abortion is health care* @sood_lonika
@JHospMedicine A3: kinda like improv.. but say no and... give a reason why and keep the door for future convo open #jhmchat
Melissa Plesac @MelissaPlesacMD
RT @DoctorVig: @JHospMedicine A2. Also, I would be remiss if I didn't point out @gbosslet's pinned tweet on the academic decision algorithm #JHMChat https://t.co/KgMlWrK3qU
Samir S. Shah @SamirShahMD
A2 Every junior faculty member should have a career development committee ➡️focuses on your development ➡️help navigate y/n decisions ➡️meets 2-4 times per yr ➡️3-4 people w/ at least 1 but ideally 2 members from other divisions/departments to get unbiased perspectives #JHMchat
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@JHospMedicine A2: I think @FutureDocs point in question 1 about WHO is asking is good here, too. #JHMChat!
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@JHospMedicine A3. I say "no" in one of two ways (or a combo of both). Saying " no" while saying that something doesn't align with my mission has been very helpful. and as @BMcGillenMD taught me, saying "no" while simultaneously pointing out someone else... 1/2 #JHMChat
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
@JHospMedicine A3: I try to mention someone else who I think might be a good fit and have said, "keep me in mind if X comes up" for the rare things I have said no to. #JHMChat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
@JHospMedicine A3 sorry I’m overcommitted at present and because I know this is important I am concerned I wouldn’t be able to do a good job but let me recommend my colleague who would be a great fit #jhmchat
Jeremy Yardley @YardleyMD
A3: I think saying that when I commit to a project i want to make sure i can give all the effort the project requires and I don’t have that ability at this point, but would love to collaborate in the future #JHMChat
Lonika *abortion is health care* @sood_lonika
Btw amazing number of #pedshospitalists on tonight’s #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@SamirShahMD #JHMChat Sounds amazing. I think it would be hard to pull this off at smaller institutions.
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
@JHospMedicine A.3 Don’t stop at “no”. In that same email in which you’re declining an opportunity, consider recommending another colleague. Use this as an opportunity to sponsor more junior colleagues. Make your ”no” an opportunity for bridge-building for others. #JHMChat #Sponsor
Sanjay A. Patel, MD (he/him/his) @buckeye_sanjay
@JHospMedicine Honesty. Explain Why. Offer Suggestions/Alternative Teams or People. Bottom Line though - Don’t feel bad! Quite the opposite, being able to say no speaks to how highly you’re thought of to be considered for the opportunity😀 #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@JHospMedicine @BMcGillenMD A3. part 3 : who may be a good person is helpful. It;s also a great way to bring in trainees, women and others who are underrepresented in medicine and academia! #JHMChat
MedEd @TelehealthBot
RT @GreggMastersMPH: c #hcldr #medtwitter #MedED
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
Anybody else just copy/paste this into their files? #JHMChat
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
RT @JHospMedicine: Moving on…Question 3 for tonight's #JHMChat https://t.co/5tEjeHR4tL
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@JHospMedicine A3: strategically. I’ve learned I have to give a clear declination first and then follow it up with recommendations of colleagues who can do it instead. The clear declination is to not lead the other party or myself along with the possibility I will eventually do it #JHMChat
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
Great tip here! Sleep on the good and the bad! #JHMChat
Prabi Rajbhandari @prabimd
@JHospMedicine A3. Am I the only one who has never said no yet #JHMchat
Jeremy Yardley @YardleyMD
@FutureDocs @JHospMedicine I love this idea of recommending another colleague! #JHMChat
Dhruv Srinivasachar MD (he/el/ele.) @TheRealDSrini
@JHospMedicine A1: 3 questions to answer for this... 1. Is this going to help my career? 2. Is this going to help others? (Teaching opportunities) 3. Will I have fun doing it? #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@DrSherineSalib @JHospMedicine I'm quite pleased that my answer is somewhat similar to the expert's answer to this question! #JHMChat
Lonika *abortion is health care* @sood_lonika
@DrSherineSalib @JHospMedicine Love this especially for women/URiM colleagues... some of my biggest opportunities came from #sponsors #JHMChat
Amteshwar Singh, MD MEd FACP @amteshwar
@JHospMedicine @DrSherineSalib #jhmchat I try to do it face to face (or zoom) rather than plain email. Before I say no, I inquire about the time and effort required, which helps me build a case for declining the opportunity, especially if I don’t have the bandwidth.
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
@JHospMedicine Adding to this question: what advice do others have when transitioning from early career “saying yes to all” to being more strategic? How do you know when you can stop having so much “breadth”? #JHMchat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
RT @SamirShahMD: A2 Every junior faculty member should have a career development committee ➡️focuses on your development ➡️help navigate y/n decisions ➡️meets 2-4 times per yr ➡️3-4 people w/ at least 1 but ideally 2 members from other divisions/departments to get unbiased perspectives #JHMchat
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
RT @FutureDocs: @JHospMedicine A3 sorry I’m overcommitted at present and because I know this is important I am concerned I wouldn’t be able to do a good job but let me recommend my colleague who would be a great fit #jhmchat
Heather Hofmann, MD, FACP @HeatherNHofmann
@JHospMedicine Late to the party! A3: by saying “yes” to other things, and sharing your honest passions when you say no #JHMChat
#KissMyMask @ktranda8
@JHospMedicine A3: Be gracious, Be honest and Explain your logic. Try to leave open for future opportunities. #JHMChat
Melissa Plesac @MelissaPlesacMD
@WrayCharles Feel better that I’m not the only one who just took a screenshot of this sample response #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@NdidiUnaka @gradydoctor @JHospMedicine @DrSherineSalib @SamirShahMD @WrayCharles @FutureDocs @acastellmd @arghavan_salles @annielintzenich @ETSshow @SocietyHospMed haha Goku and #JHMChat is THE combo of my life.
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
@JHospMedicine A3: I an NOT great at this...but using your members of mentorship team as gatekeepers is a great strategy. #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@JHospMedicine #JHMChat Just like it takes some of us awhile to realize we are not early career anymore, it takes a fair degree of self-awareness to realize you are in the "its ok to say no" stage.
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
@DrJessieAllan Great question! #JHMChat
Jenny Y Shen, MD, FHM @JennyShenMD
@JHospMedicine A3: Thus far the things I have say no to have been honest truth of my plate is too full at the moment. #JHMChat
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.3 Don’t stop at “no”. In that same email in which you’re declining an opportunity, consider recommending another colleague. Use this as an opportunity to sponsor more junior colleagues. Make your ”no” an opportunity for bridge-building for others. #JHMChat #Sponsor
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@JHospMedicine A3: I've mentioned this before--the process of saying no eats up a TON of cognitive effort. I personally have an entire file called "REGRETS FOR EVERY OCCASION" which includes these and many more. #JHMChat https://t.co/nN9oahXyRb
Temple Ratcliffe, MD, MS-HPEd @templeratcliffe
@SamirShahMD Love this (for a couple of reasons): - Wisdom of the group (shared mental model for success) - Network of mentors - Structure that is scalable #JHMChat
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
RT @DrJessieAllan: @JHospMedicine Adding to this question: @JHospMedicine Adding to this question: what advice do others have when transitioning from early career “saying yes to all” to being more strategic? How do you know when you can stop having so much “breadth”? #JHMchat
Christine D Jones @jones_delong
@JHospMedicine Oops #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@WrayCharles Going to start now? haha #JHMChat
Samir S. Shah @SamirShahMD
RT @templeratcliffe: @SamirShahMD Love this (for a couple of reasons): - Wisdom of the group (shared mental model for success) - Network of mentors - Structure that is scalable #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@JHospMedicine #JHMChat If the person making the ask is put off by the fact that you want to have a discussion about the time commitment etc then best to just slowly walk away... https://t.co/S9f5tBVU8x
#The-DJ-HiddeninTheWIN 💦 gotta VVS 4 the headShot @CaraExBoyfriend
We got Percs and BLUES Mami welcome to the #Monday night Mixtape shoutout to #BlackLivesMatter feel me yall niggas jus need to Dance ya Pain away Like we use to do #JHMChat #EnoughIsEnough #RockTheBlock #JusticeForDaunteWright Minnesota #GunControlNow https://t.co/DRyTcGZXnT
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
RT @WrayCharles: Anybody else just copy/paste this into their files? #JHMChat
Jeremy Yardley @YardleyMD
A2: I think it’s really important to recognize that some people, especially Hospitalists in the community, may not have the mentorship and saying yes to more things can connect you to these mentors for future projects #JHMChat
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
@JHospMedicine There's another learning point here. How we should be offering opportunities to others. I like offering "first right of refusal". It lets people know that it's ok to say no - but that I thought of them first #JHMChat
#The-DJ-HiddeninTheWIN 💦 gotta VVS 4 the headShot @CaraExBoyfriend
RT @CaraExBoyfriend: We got Percs and BLUES Mami welcome to the #Monday night Mixtape shoutout to #BlackLivesMatter feel me yall niggas jus need to Dance ya Pain away Like we use to do #JHMChat #EnoughIsEnough #RockTheBlock #JusticeForDaunteWright Minnesota #GunControlNow https://t.co/DRyTcGZXnT
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
@gopiastik @Payal_Patel @JHospMedicine @HarvardBiz Their Anxious Achiever and Women at Work podcasts are great! #JHMChat
Mike Tchou @TchouMd
RT @SamirShahMD: A2 Every junior faculty member should have a career development committee ➡️focuses on your development ➡️help navigate y/n decisions ➡️meets 2-4 times per yr ➡️3-4 people w/ at least 1 but ideally 2 members from other divisions/departments to get unbiased perspectives #JHMchat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine #goals #JHMChat
Payal K. Patel @Payal_Patel
@WrayCharles @JHospMedicine This is mindfulness in practice, Charlie! Love it! @WrayCharles #jhmchat https://t.co/mOHayMyoYP
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine Thank you so much for acknowledging this mental load @gradydoctor #JHMChat
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@buckeye_sanjay @JHospMedicine The guilt is real. I’m training my mind to celebrate the declinations because I’m providing an opportunity for someone else. #JHMChat
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A3: @JHospMedicine A3: I've mentioned this before--the process of saying no eats up a TON of cognitive effort. I personally have an entire file called "REGRETS FOR EVERY OCCASION" which includes these and many more. #JHMChat https://t.co/nN9oahXyRb
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@JHospMedicine A3: And after a while, even agreeing to be the connector can take up more time than you have for small asks. So now I have added in a version for when I can be the sponsor or connector or a full on no without explanatory commas. Time is not a renewable resource. #JHMChat
Maha Kaissi, MD, FAAP @maha_kaissi
@JHospMedicine A3 (part 1): It depends on the reason I'm saying no, but I always thank the asker for thinking of me for that opportunity and name the reason why I'm saying no (for example, being overcommitted at that time). #JHMChat
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine I LOVE this! #JHMChat
#The-DJ-HiddeninTheWIN 💦 gotta VVS 4 the headShot @CaraExBoyfriend
RT @CaraExBoyfriend: We got Percs and BLUES Mami welcome to the #Monday night Mixtape shoutout to #BlackLivesMatter feel me yall niggas jus need to Dance ya Pain away Like we use to do #JHMChat #EnoughIsEnough #RockTheBlock #JusticeForDaunteWright Minnesota #GunControlNow https://t.co/DRyTcGZXnT
#The-DJ-HiddeninTheWIN 💦 gotta VVS 4 the headShot @CaraExBoyfriend
RT @CaraExBoyfriend: We got Percs and BLUES Mami welcome to the #Monday night Mixtape shoutout to #BlackLivesMatter feel me yall niggas jus need to Dance ya Pain away Like we use to do #JHMChat #EnoughIsEnough #RockTheBlock #JusticeForDaunteWright Minnesota #GunControlNow https://t.co/DRyTcGZXnT
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine "Time is not a renewable resource" YESSS to this x 1000. #JHMChat
Melissa Plesac @MelissaPlesacMD
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine Love the ideal of having different versions of yes or no depending on the ask and your bandwidth at the time #JHMChat
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@jenreadlynn @Payal_Patel @JHospMedicine @HarvardBiz #CoachingRealLeaders is my newest obsession. #JHMChat
Melissa Plesac @MelissaPlesacMD
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A3: @JHospMedicine A3: I've mentioned this before--the process of saying no eats up a TON of cognitive effort. I personally have an entire file called "REGRETS FOR EVERY OCCASION" which includes these and many more. #JHMChat https://t.co/nN9oahXyRb
Heather McKnight,MD (she/her) 🏳️‍⚧️✊🏿🏳️‍🌈 @HMcKnightMD
@SamirShahMD @JHospMedicine This sounds superb but it would require significant administrative and faculty support. Are you able to consistently enact this? Who is ultimately responsible for sustaining it? I'll have to think if I could do it on a smaller scale. #JHMChat
Maha Kaissi, MD, FAAP @maha_kaissi
@JHospMedicine A3 (part 2): I never answer the day I am asked in order to allow myself to mull it over and consider all of the possible benefits before I make a decision. Also, in my response, I will try to recommend a colleague (especially another trainee!) who may be interested. #JHMChat
Dhruv Srinivasachar MD (he/el/ele.) @TheRealDSrini
@JHospMedicine A2: Being a contrarian and will say even though I'm early on in my career, I've been quite a bit more discerning about opportunities that I pursue (from previous experience burning me out)...Otherwise agree with others re: finding where you enjoy working the most. #JHMChat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
@JHospMedicine A2 - so - it needs to have some mentoring and guidance; allow to mature your value proposition, and help you define and broaden your horizons. #JHMChat
Mike Tchou @TchouMd
A3. One of the things I've tried to get better at is think about "future yes's" when I say no. We all have limited bandwidth. A 'yes' to something that isn't aligned with your career goals ➡️ harder to give your best to that next opportunity that aligns better #JHMChat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A3: @JHospMedicine A3: And after a while, even agreeing to be the connector can take up more time than you have for small asks. So now I have added in a version for when I can be the sponsor or connector or a full on no without explanatory commas. Time is not a renewable resource. #JHMChat
Jessica Markham @jmarks614
@JHospMedicine #JHMChat: definitely working to find balance here- trying to identify what will most add value to me personally and/or professionally. I try to ask my self is it something I will enjoy doing? Is it something that will advance my career? If no, then I’m working hard on my ‘no’!
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
RT @SamirShahMD: A2 Every junior faculty member should have a career development committee ➡️focuses on your development ➡️help navigate y/n decisions ➡️meets 2-4 times per yr ➡️3-4 people w/ at least 1 but ideally 2 members from other divisions/departments to get unbiased perspectives #JHMchat
Mike Tchou @TchouMd
But how do you know that better opportunity is going to surface in a reasonable amount of time? #JHMChat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
RT @TchouMd: A3. One of the things I've tried to get better at is think about "future yes's" when I say no. We all have limited bandwidth. A 'yes' to something that isn't aligned with your career goals ➡️ harder to give your best to that next opportunity that aligns better #JHMChat
Lonika *abortion is health care* @sood_lonika
Women with children face the double standard... if you say no if you have young kids- people perceive you are not ready for future opportunities #JHMchat
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@JHospMedicine A3: Here is just one example of what kinds of things I have in this file. I literally have about 20 different entries with unique headers. #JHMChat https://t.co/szx9MBw6a2
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
@JHospMedicine A1. I used to say yes wherever someone needed help: chairing committees, projects, talks, workshops, lectures etc. Beauty was: amazing experiences. Downside: spreading yourself too thin results in 15+ hrs days & burnout. Incompatible with wellness and longevity. #JHMChat
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
@JHospMedicine A3. Remember, when you say “yes”, you MUST deliver! ❗️Every time. ❗️On time. ❗️With Excellence. When saying “yes” to more opportunities starts to impact what you’ve already committed to, it’s time to say “no”. #JHMChat #FacultyDevelopment #CareerDevelopment
Daniel Wolfson @WolfsonD
@FutureDocs #JHMchat Listening in. Don’t forget about late career phase. Re-wiring, transitions, non-paying positions, expanding your wings - previously called retirement.
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
“Time is not a renewable resource” @WomenInPHM 🎤 💥
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
RT @DrJessieAllan: @JHospMedicine Adding to this question: @JHospMedicine Adding to this question: what advice do others have when transitioning from early career “saying yes to all” to being more strategic? How do you know when you can stop having so much “breadth”? #JHMchat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@TheRealDSrini @JHospMedicine Not too contrarian. I have more than burned myself out as a junior faculty member. Important to recognize that very oft-occurring possibility. #JHMChat
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@jenreadlynn @MelissaPlesacMD @jessdreicer @JHospMedicine Is this my reminder for my tweetorial? Maybe I should submit this as a didactic lecture for #SHM2022 @SocietyHospMed #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@sood_lonika #JHMChat https://t.co/Cl4pFu1z53
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A3: @JHospMedicine A3: And after a while, even agreeing to be the connector can take up more time than you have for small asks. So now I have added in a version for when I can be the sponsor or connector or a full on no without explanatory commas. Time is not a renewable resource. #JHMChat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A3. Remember, when you say “yes”, you MUST deliver! ❗️Every time. ❗️On time. ❗️With Excellence. When saying “yes” to more opportunities starts to impact what you’ve already committed to, it’s time to say “no”. #JHMChat #FacultyDevelopment #CareerDevelopment
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
@JHospMedicine A3 - this is hard and requires EQ development. It is not interesting, or is not appealing, can simply express that at this time “I appreciate the opportunity but regretfully can’t commit at this time”. #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine The wording here is so eloquent and thoughtful. #JHMChat
Prabi Rajbhandari @prabimd
@DrJessieAllan @SocietyHospMed @JHospMedicine I don’t say no much because I like all that I do but would love to know how to know it’s time to say “no” #JHMchat
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
@annielintzenich @JHospMedicine So true. One challenge I have is when I know others have said "no" and the ask is really important. It can be really hard not to say "yes" #JHMChat
Jillian Cotter @jillianmcotter
@JHospMedicine Hi all! Also a bit late (blame the kids), I’m Jillian - peds hospitalist from CO! #JHMChat
Jessica Markham @jmarks614
@JHospMedicine #JHMChat: great question and one I’m sure I should be asking more - especially regarding anticipated time commitment!! I think engaging my mentors in these discussions has helped. How do others deal with opportunities where these commitments can’t be quantified?!
Dhruv Srinivasachar MD (he/el/ele.) @TheRealDSrini
@JHospMedicine A3: For me a simple email was effective. Had a recent experience with this for an opportunity to pursue a special clinical track. I said no, but noted that I wanted to keep my options open. One piece of advice I've recvd. is that few decisions are irreversible... #JHMChat
Amteshwar Singh, MD MEd FACP @amteshwar
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A3: @JHospMedicine A3: Here is just one example of what kinds of things I have in this file. I literally have about 20 different entries with unique headers. #JHMChat https://t.co/szx9MBw6a2
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@jenreadlynn @MelissaPlesacMD @jessdreicer @JHospMedicine @SocietyHospMed Anyone else use “sticky notes” on their computer? #JHMChat https://t.co/74OoAgyx9M
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@DoctorVig @JHospMedicine Vignesh, it saves me SO MUCH time. And, for the record, I also have a Yes file--which includes ways to give a provisional yes without full commitment. #JHMChat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
@JHospMedicine A3 - In addition there should be the thought on considering whether an opportunity may be best for others, and hence make some connections! Promote networking! #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@NdidiUnaka @JHospMedicine #JHMChat I feel like saying no is harder when the work is advocacy related. But this worries me that the burnout will come quicker. @NdidiUnaka how do you navigate this?
Amteshwar Singh, MD MEd FACP @amteshwar
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A3. Remember, when you say “yes”, you MUST deliver! ❗️Every time. ❗️On time. ❗️With Excellence. When saying “yes” to more opportunities starts to impact what you’ve already committed to, it’s time to say “no”. #JHMChat #FacultyDevelopment #CareerDevelopment
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
@WrayCharles Sometimes I wish email had smartphrases... #JHMChat
Maha Kaissi, MD, FAAP @maha_kaissi
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine I love this idea! So many times, I search through old emails to see how I answered a similar request, which is a huge time burden. A document is so smart!! #JHMChat https://t.co/3NPNIUe0Fs
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@gopiastik @jenreadlynn @MelissaPlesacMD @jessdreicer @JHospMedicine @SocietyHospMed My desktop has 0 icons. Only sticky notes from the sticky notes app. #JHMChat
Jeremy Yardley @YardleyMD
@sood_lonika Agree 100% #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine I usually end up typing a unique response each time but YES, this would save me a lot of time. Need to work smarter! #JHMChat
Heather McKnight,MD (she/her) 🏳️‍⚧️✊🏿🏳️‍🌈 @HMcKnightMD
@JHospMedicine A3: When I say no, I try to find someone who would benefit from the opportunity. In saying no to the boss, I give myself time & ask for perspective from mentors and peers. I deliberately think about whether to give an explanation or purposely limit my justification. #JHMChat
Jon Lim, MD 🏳️‍🌈 @JonLimMD
@SocietyHospMed A2: I think another corollary here is I have a few ideas of projects on my own that could lead to potential collaborations and opportunities. Saying yes/no to other projects asked of me might also mean yes/no to projects that I have thought of. Not sure how to navigate. #JHMChat
Christine D Jones @jones_delong
@DrJessieAllan @JHospMedicine I think having a mission that you can clearly define can really help to guide why you take on some opportunities and not others. For example, if you are trying to make the K to R transition as a researcher for this season, that can guide what you take on #JHMChat
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
@WrayCharles @JHospMedicine . @WrayCharles "Let me think about it." Smart. #JHMChat
Heather Hofmann, MD, FACP @HeatherNHofmann
@TchouMd At least that’s my approach! #JHMchat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@gopiastik @jenreadlynn @MelissaPlesacMD @jessdreicer @JHospMedicine @SocietyHospMed between this, "0" inbox and a love of working on improving diagnosis..... I think we might be! #JHMChat
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@DoctorVig @JHospMedicine Copy Paste Edit. Aaaand. .. . .scene! #JHMChat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
RT @JHospMedicine: Moving on…Question 3 for tonight's #JHMChat https://t.co/5tEjeHR4tL
Eileen Barrett MD MPH (she/her) @EileenBarrettNM
@JHospMedicine A3. Thank you for thinking of me for this! I'm unable to collaborate on it at this time due to other previous commitments. Have you reached out to X, Y, Z? They do great work, and I'd really like to see them get to engage with meaningful work like this. #JHMChat
Jon Lim, MD 🏳️‍🌈 @JonLimMD
@SocietyHospMed I guess its a question of wisdom of how to choose when to pursue something of your own over something being asked of your #JHMChat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
And Question 4 #JHMChat https://t.co/pkqBaQSjzd
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
RT @sood_lonika: Women with children face the double standard... if you say no if you have young kids- people perceive you are not ready for future opportunities #JHMchat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
@elibrilu Welcome! Congrats for the baby!!!! #JHMChat
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@WrayCharles @JHospMedicine This. Is. Amazing. #JHMChat https://t.co/s4Hm1s32oZ
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A3: @JHospMedicine A3: Here is just one example of what kinds of things I have in this file. I literally have about 20 different entries with unique headers. #JHMChat https://t.co/szx9MBw6a2
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
@annielintzenich @JHospMedicine Yep...I struggle with this quite a bit. Definitely have not figured it out. I feel compelled to take advantage of having a seat at the table but being stretched too thin is REAL #JHMChat
Jorge Ganem, MD @jfganem
Male leaders should learn to keep asking and not deny future opportunities #JHMCHAT
Jillian Cotter @jillianmcotter
@DrSherineSalib @JHospMedicine Agreed! I often pull up this matrix before saying yes/no to something! And I also always wait a day to think about it. #JHMChat
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
@JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed It’s usually a combination of the two. Choose your collaborators wisely. That will help. #JHMChat
Eileen Barrett MD MPH (she/her) @EileenBarrettNM
@JHospMedicine A3. Agree with the great advice here, I also really like to recommend people who are often overlooked for career acceleration opportunities such as immigrants and other minoritized people . #JHMChat
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
RT @jfganem: Male leaders should learn to keep asking and not deny future opportunities #JHMCHAT
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
@JHospMedicine A4 how will you support me if I say yes ? #jhmchat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@JHospMedicine A4. If it makes me a better person, doctor or educator AND I can be excellent and deliver on time, I say yes. If it also aligns with my vision and mission statement, that's an extra bonus :) And always ask for the time commitment and expected timeline! #JHMChat
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
@JHospMedicine A4: #JHMChat Passion & opportunity for growth. Love the tips mentioned here already about asking about time commitment and what's involved.
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
RT @jfganem: Male leaders should learn to keep asking and not deny future opportunities #JHMCHAT
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@FutureDocs @JHospMedicine such an elegantly simple but incredible response! #JHMChat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
RT @JHospMedicine: And Question 4 #JHMChat https://t.co/pkqBaQSjzd
Heather Hofmann, MD, FACP @HeatherNHofmann
@JHospMedicine A4: free #MyJHMmug and #FOMO #jhmchat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
RT @FutureDocs: @JHospMedicine A4 how will you support me if I say yes ? #jhmchat
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
RT @JHospMedicine: And Question 4 #JHMChat https://t.co/pkqBaQSjzd
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
@amteshwar @WrayCharles @JHospMedicine @DrSherineSalib . @amteshwar Re-evaluation is a good strategy. Do you use it for long-term or short-term projects? What if your contributions are outstanding and you feel bad leaving it, but it does not align with your overall goals any longer? How do you approach that? #JHMChat
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
@sood_lonika So true @sood_lonika. We all have different seasons in our personal lives too that play into these decisions. #JHMChat
Melissa Plesac @MelissaPlesacMD
@FutureDocs @JHospMedicine Love this. I never realized how important this piece was. We say yes to things because we want to do good work, and succeed. Impossible to be effective without adequate support #JHMChat
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
@FutureDocs @JHospMedicine I tried to retweet this 3-4 times... #JHMChat
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@JHospMedicine A4: Whoooo chile. This is a good question. *How much time? *How much support? *How much effort required? *How much expertise? *How much flexibility? Are there hard meeting times? *How much fun? *How much credit for your effort? (You do want promotion, don't you?) #JHMchat
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
RT @FutureDocs: @JHospMedicine A4 how will you support me if I say yes ? #jhmchat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@HeatherNHofmann @JHospMedicine Well, I can't argue with this answer at all. #JHMChat
Jeremy Yardley @YardleyMD
@jfganem Agree, this is where allyship can be powerful #JHMChat
Prabi Rajbhandari @prabimd
@JHospMedicine A4. When it’s related to something I am passionate about . Be it closely related ( ex. Clinics topic I am interested in) or remotely related ( ex: want to learn the methodology but don’t care about the topic) #JHMchat
Lonika *abortion is health care* @sood_lonika
@jfganem Thank you! #jhmchat
Eliezer Shinnar @Amraphel18
@DoctorVig @JHospMedicine great answer. I also look at if it exposes me to new perspectives and views outside of my current hospital/group #JHMChat
Amteshwar Singh, MD MEd FACP @amteshwar
@JHospMedicine A4: I tend to inquire about the resources available to accomplish the task with excellence #jhmchat
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
RT @FutureDocs: @JHospMedicine A4 how will you support me if I say yes ? #jhmchat
Eileen Barrett MD MPH (she/her) @EileenBarrettNM
@JHospMedicine A2. I'm midcareer, & looking back I've seen all good opportunities re-present themselves in some way. So if you can't do it now, something similarly meaningful will come up later. With that in mind, I say yes to work with people I like on content I care about. #JHMChat
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
@JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed Choose who you collaborate with carefully: ➡️ Reliable ➡️ Similar values ➡️ Different skills ➡️ Easy to work with Learn from prior projects & recalibrate each time. Allow others to grow into leadership roles. Lean in at times & step back at other times. #JHMChat https://t.co/P813ncSyae
Jess Dreicer, MD @jessdreicer
@JHospMedicine A4. Ask for specifics about expectations including goals, timeline, and time commitment before you say "yes." #JHMChat
gail parkinson hardie @gailphardie
RT @annielintzenich: A1: A1: This probably goes without saying but I learned this morning at #AAPAdvocacy2021 that you should definitely say yes to anything that involves @staceyabrams #JHMChat
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@JHospMedicine A4: If in line with my goals, will bring joy & I know I can deliver, the next Qs have to be: 1. How much time do you expect me to devote to this? 2. How can you support this? Asking IF there is support makes it too easy for them to say no. Ask what support there is. #JHMChat
#KissMyMask @ktranda8
@JHospMedicine A4: If it is starting or managing something then I ask-What is the end game, as in what is goal for me in this position? How much autonomy and resources will I get to accomplish this? Timeline? #JHMChat
Heather Hofmann, MD, FACP @HeatherNHofmann
@JHospMedicine And real A4: regardless of mug, if it checks several boxes - good for me, the team, etc. #JHMchat
Dhruv Srinivasachar MD (he/el/ele.) @TheRealDSrini
@JHospMedicine A4: Is it an opportunity that I am so excited about and/or is a once in a lifetime thing? When I say yes...what is my role (and be very specific), and what is my reward (#myJHMmug ... #FOMO)? #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine I'm just making a @gradydoctor @FutureDocs @WrayCharles list of important pearls from todays #JHMChat This transcript is going to be GREAT!
Eileen Barrett MD MPH (she/her) @EileenBarrettNM
@JHospMedicine A2. Working on what I care about with people I like to work with is so critical since the work will never stop if you don't have some screens, and these factors help me love what I do. #JHMChat
Lonika *abortion is health care* @sood_lonika
A4: how much time; will there be remuneration(be equitable), who will be on the team #JHMChat
Maha Kaissi, MD, FAAP @maha_kaissi
@JHospMedicine A4: In addition to my questions to myself in A1, if the team I will be working with includes people I know can help me grow, whether via networking or direct teaching/mentoring, or have great work ethic/skills that I can learn from, I am much more inclined to say yes! #JHMChat
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
@JHospMedicine A4: Easy to say "yes" when the ask aligns with mission, passions and skillset. Important to have clarity on the deliverables/ expectations AND support/ resources/ time to do the work! #JHMChat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
@JHospMedicine A4 - When there will be a return on investment - meaningful curricular growth! When it will allow to develop valuable skills and growth that will open new opportunities. That will enhance my value proposition. #JHMChat
#The-DJ-HiddeninTheWIN 💦 gotta VVS 4 the headShot @CaraExBoyfriend
RT @CaraExBoyfriend: We got Percs and BLUES Mami welcome to the #Monday night Mixtape shoutout to #BlackLivesMatter feel me yall niggas jus need to Dance ya Pain away Like we use to do #JHMChat #EnoughIsEnough #RockTheBlock #JusticeForDaunteWright Minnesota #GunControlNow https://t.co/DRyTcGZXnT
Prabi Rajbhandari @prabimd
@JHospMedicine A4. Great mentors from whom I can learn #JHMchat
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed Choose who you collaborate with carefully: ➡️ Reliable ➡️ Similar values ➡️ Different skills ➡️ Easy to work with Learn from prior projects & recalibrate each time. Allow others to grow into leadership roles. Lean in at times & step back at other times. #JHMChat https://t.co/P813ncSyae
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
@JHospMedicine #JHMchat A mentor recently told me she says yes if an opportunity allows “collaboration, coaching, creativity” - I thought this was genius. I haven’t found my perfect words yet - others?
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
@JHospMedicine A4. Think of opportunities that come up as a way to #network broadly: 1. Bonding Capital = relationships based on commonalities 🏘 2. Bridging Capital = relationships built across differences 🤝 #JHMChat
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
@sood_lonika The whole system needs restructuring. Children are our future, right? Yet, we do not do enough as society to assure that is really the case. Time for change. Overdue. #JHMChat
Dhruv Srinivasachar MD (he/el/ele.) @TheRealDSrini
@DoctorVig @JHospMedicine But as a fresh PGY-1 though? #JHMChat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
I was waiting for the quickigai drop! #jhmchat
Melissa Plesac @MelissaPlesacMD
@JHospMedicine A4: Also important for me is that when I say yes, knowing exactly why I said yes and writing it down, and immediately think about what circumstances would be for this thing I just said yes to to no longer be a yes. #JHMChat
Christine D Jones @jones_delong
@JHospMedicine Yes is frequently about being aligned with the mission, having the bandwidth, and most importantly getting to work with awesome people. If it is all of the above & an opportunity for growth, it's a definite yes #JHMChat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
@HeatherNHofmann @JHospMedicine #MyJHMMug 🤣🤣🤣 That is indeed a key factor for engagement tonight!!!! #JHMChat
Jessica Markham @jmarks614
@JHospMedicine #JHMChat Infrequent ‘no’-er here. But one of my mentors the amazing @stats_hall recommended sometimes using a ‘no’ as a way to work towards a future ‘yes’ (is, can’t do this now, but maybe in future). I’ve used this a few times now and it’s definitely helped me say no!!
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
RT @annielintzenich: @JHospMedicine #JHMChat Just like it takes some of us awhile to realize we are not early career anymore, it takes a fair degree of self-awareness to realize you are in the "its ok to say no" stage.
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
What I don't understand is that from the start of my shift until 9p, I didn't have a second to sit down and was running around the hospital but the moment @JHospMedicine #JHMChat started everything stopped and I have had 0 pages or calls since. #JHMChat miracles.
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
@HeatherNHofmann @JHospMedicine The value proposition! #JHMChat
Maha Kaissi, MD, FAAP @maha_kaissi
@JHospMedicine A4 (part 2): ALWAYS ask about the expected time commitment/wk!!! (I learned this the hard way in the past) Similarly, if the ask is for something requiring submissions of drafts/revisions, asking about those expected deadlines as well to plan with your other commitments. #JHMChat
Heather McKnight,MD (she/her) 🏳️‍⚧️✊🏿🏳️‍🌈 @HMcKnightMD
@JHospMedicine A4: I say yes when it aligns with my career goals, stretches me, helps me learn new skills, or builds relationships with key people. I ask do I have the time and really reflect. It's crucial that I stop multiple times a year to proactively manage my time and goals. #JHMChat
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
I absolutely LOVE this! Reliability is a big one for me #JHMChat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
RT @EileenBarrettNM: @JHospMedicine A2. I'm midcareer, & looking back I've seen all good opportunities re-present themselves in some way. So if you can't do it now, something similarly meaningful will come up later. With that in mind, I say yes to work with people I like on content I care about. #JHMChat
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@EileenBarrettNM @JHospMedicine This is huge! It’s so easy to feel like everything is a once in a lifetime chance but those are actually rare. Don’t feel pressured to do it #JHMChat
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@jessdreicer @JHospMedicine Jess, you don't have to ask in that way. Like, if you are writing a paper, go ahead and have the author order discussion out the gate. It stinks to go hard and do a ton of work and be third author of 4 because you were being nice. #nope #JHMChat https://t.co/m8j2sFdj3m
Christine D Jones @jones_delong
@FutureDocs @JHospMedicine Yes!! This 💯 #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed Choose who you collaborate with carefully: ➡️ Reliable ➡️ Similar values ➡️ Different skills ➡️ Easy to work with Learn from prior projects & recalibrate each time. Allow others to grow into leadership roles. Lean in at times & step back at other times. #JHMChat https://t.co/P813ncSyae
Eileen Barrett MD MPH (she/her) @EileenBarrettNM
@JHospMedicine A1. Do I care about the content? Do I get to work with people I like to work with? Will I learn/grow, or be able to help the product be better? Will it help me mentor others on career fulfillment? #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@TheRealDSrini @JHospMedicine An even better reason to say "no". PGY1 year is a lot of learning how to be a doctor and how to be the kind of doctor you want to be but it's also the year you will work the most of all. #JHMChat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
@mrslawsonmd @YardleyMD @JHospMedicine Not necessarily- The person asking you may already have someone in mind if you say no. So you’re just giving suggestions not committing someone. If you talk to the person you recommend you run the risk of getting hopes up #jhmchat
Melissa Plesac @MelissaPlesacMD
@gopiastik @EileenBarrettNM @JHospMedicine Good reminder to help with that academic opportunity FOMO #JHMChat
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
@gradydoctor @jessdreicer @JHospMedicine YES, YES, YES! #JHMChat
Jeremy Yardley @YardleyMD
A4: Am I truly excited about the opportunity. Are there others who are potentially being overlooked for this opportunity that I could sponsor/advocate for? #JHMChat
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@maha_kaissi @JHospMedicine Now I'm petrified that the vocera and pager system is down. #JHMChat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
RT @DoctorVig: What I don't understand is that from the start of my shift until 9p, I didn't have a second to sit down and was running around the hospital but the moment @JHospMedicine #JHMChat started everything stopped and I have had 0 pages or calls since. #JHMChat miracles.
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
Let's take a minute to explore an opportunity that we offer here @JHospMedicine. Interested in the JHM editorial or social media fellowship? What do you want to know? Deadline to apply is April 15! #JHMChat https://t.co/qnUw9KNk8R
Dhruv Srinivasachar MD (he/el/ele.) @TheRealDSrini
@EileenBarrettNM @medpedshosp @JHospMedicine Interesting...I think I had maybe one exception to that rule (see bio for details)...but how do we know if opportunities we decline now will reappear? #JHMChat
Heather McKnight,MD (she/her) 🏳️‍⚧️✊🏿🏳️‍🌈 @HMcKnightMD
@JHospMedicine I have to be honest and say this has been really tough with the #pandemic. I need to make it a priority to do this yesterday. I also keep thinking better more normal life is around the corner, and I'll have more breathing room. #distancelearning is hard! #JHMChat
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@MelissaPlesacMD @JennyShenMD @jenreadlynn @jessdreicer @JHospMedicine @SocietyHospMed So..truth is I have a physical notepad I carry everywhere because I don’t want to have my computer open when I’m trying to speak to people in meetings (when we had those) but even for 1:1. I just transcribe the most important to-dos onto my sticky notes and/or One Note. #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@DoctorVig @JHospMedicine Is your phone on? :) #JHMChat
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@JHospMedicine A4: OH YEAH Let me also add this. . . . How disruptive will this be to my family life? LISTEN. TO. ME. You need to think that through. And if it is disruptive? It is NOT only your decision. For real for real. Thank you for coming to my marital TEDtalk. #JHMChat https://t.co/FvfmqlmIzZ
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed Choose who you collaborate with carefully: ➡️ Reliable ➡️ Similar values ➡️ Different skills ➡️ Easy to work with Learn from prior projects & recalibrate each time. Allow others to grow into leadership roles. Lean in at times & step back at other times. #JHMChat https://t.co/P813ncSyae
Jorge Ganem, MD @jfganem
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A4: @JHospMedicine A4: OH YEAH Let me also add this. . . . How disruptive will this be to my family life? LISTEN. TO. ME. You need to think that through. And if it is disruptive? It is NOT only your decision. For real for real. Thank you for coming to my marital TEDtalk. #JHMChat https://t.co/FvfmqlmIzZ
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A4: @JHospMedicine A4: OH YEAH Let me also add this. . . . How disruptive will this be to my family life? LISTEN. TO. ME. You need to think that through. And if it is disruptive? It is NOT only your decision. For real for real. Thank you for coming to my marital TEDtalk. #JHMChat https://t.co/FvfmqlmIzZ
Jillian Cotter @jillianmcotter
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed Choose who you collaborate with carefully: ➡️ Reliable ➡️ Similar values ➡️ Different skills ➡️ Easy to work with Learn from prior projects & recalibrate each time. Allow others to grow into leadership roles. Lean in at times & step back at other times. #JHMChat https://t.co/P813ncSyae
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A4: @JHospMedicine A4: OH YEAH Let me also add this. . . . How disruptive will this be to my family life? LISTEN. TO. ME. You need to think that through. And if it is disruptive? It is NOT only your decision. For real for real. Thank you for coming to my marital TEDtalk. #JHMChat https://t.co/FvfmqlmIzZ
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
This ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️ @WomenInPHM
Dr. Tsega @drtsega
RT @FutureDocs: @JHospMedicine A4 how will you support me if I say yes ? #jhmchat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
@DrSherineSalib @JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed This is amazing. I love the circles #JHMChat
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
@gradydoctor @jessdreicer @JHospMedicine Completely agree! Get this stuff out of the way early on. It will help you define your commitment level to yourself and to the group. Also, while it can seem uncomfortable, everyone wants to have this conversation anyway #JHMChat
Tas Kapetanos MD @TKapetanos
RT @JHospMedicine: Let's take a minute to explore an opportunity that we offer here @JHospMedicine. Interested in the JHM editorial or social media fellowship? What do you want to know? Deadline to apply is April 15! #JHMChat https://t.co/qnUw9KNk8R
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine Maintain a good perspective of work-life balance is fundamental! #JHMChat
Christopher D. Jackson, MD @ChrisDJacksonMD
Are primary care docs who still find hospital medicine topics interesting ok to apply? Asking for a friend 😏 #JHMChat
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A4: @JHospMedicine A4: OH YEAH Let me also add this. . . . How disruptive will this be to my family life? LISTEN. TO. ME. You need to think that through. And if it is disruptive? It is NOT only your decision. For real for real. Thank you for coming to my marital TEDtalk. #JHMChat https://t.co/FvfmqlmIzZ
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@gopiastik @MelissaPlesacMD @JennyShenMD @jenreadlynn @jessdreicer @JHospMedicine @SocietyHospMed Oh I definitely have 2 colors and 3 sizes of physical sticky notes too but my desktop one is my favorite (helps that I have a 2 monitor set-up) #JHMChat
Amteshwar Singh, MD MEd FACP @amteshwar
@JHospMedicine Is there an overlap of digital media 📺 experiences for editorial track fellows? @WrayCharles #JHMChat
Maha Kaissi, MD, FAAP @maha_kaissi
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed Choose who you collaborate with carefully: ➡️ Reliable ➡️ Similar values ➡️ Different skills ➡️ Easy to work with Learn from prior projects & recalibrate each time. Allow others to grow into leadership roles. Lean in at times & step back at other times. #JHMChat https://t.co/P813ncSyae
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
I highly recommend the @staceyabrams @gradydoctor real-talk sandwich I have experienced today. 🤯So much processing to do.
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@JHospMedicine Haaaa . . .I see what you did there. #JHMChat https://t.co/D1gUbNXn1p
Cassandra Kisby, MD MS @CassandraKisby
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed Choose who you collaborate with carefully: ➡️ Reliable ➡️ Similar values ➡️ Different skills ➡️ Easy to work with Learn from prior projects & recalibrate each time. Allow others to grow into leadership roles. Lean in at times & step back at other times. #JHMChat https://t.co/P813ncSyae
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
So important! Also see how the first descriptor is #reliable ? Another reason to finish/deliver on projects/opportunities. #JHMChat Also to my mentor who may read this and say “REALLY?!” The paper is in the works! 🤣🤣
Angela Castellanos MD @acastellmd
@JHospMedicine switching hats here... digital media fellow! 👋 chose to apply because I wanted to integrate social media into my career and meet people who had done the same... the @JHospMedicine network has really helped me think about my career #JHMChat
Jon Lim, MD 🏳️‍🌈 @JonLimMD
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine This is great. Yeah, finding it harder to say yes to non-clinical evening and weekend asks that don't fit other ikigai/quickigai areas... but also searching for the wisdom for the decision. #JHMChat
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
"We say yes to things because we want to do good work". We are healers and helpers. But, we do need to learn to say no as well, without feeling guilty. Setting boundaries is healthy and often needed. It allows us to not only do good but outstanding work. #JHMchat #indeliblemd
Prabi Rajbhandari @prabimd
@DrSherineSalib @SocietyHospMed @JonLimMD Similar values is a big one #JHMChat
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
RT @JHospMedicine: Let's take a minute to explore an opportunity that we offer here @JHospMedicine. Interested in the JHM editorial or social media fellowship? What do you want to know? Deadline to apply is April 15! #JHMChat https://t.co/qnUw9KNk8R
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
@amteshwar @JHospMedicine Yes, there is some overlap. For instance, all Fellows have the opportunity to sit in on the bi-weekly meetings, quarterly career development seminars, and interact with the Editorial Staff #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
@JHospMedicine A crummy commercial??!! 😊😊 JK @JHospMedicine is a good organization to say yes to. #JHMChat
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@NdidiUnaka @jessdreicer @JHospMedicine Or write with senior folks who are happy to give you first position. My first division chief was SO GREAT about that. #JHMChat
Jeremy Yardley @YardleyMD
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine Love this. Normalizing the importance of valuing family and the impact our jobs have on it #JHMChat
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@DoctorVig @MelissaPlesacMD @JennyShenMD @jenreadlynn @jessdreicer @JHospMedicine @SocietyHospMed 2 monitors + laptop = 3 SCREENS! I also have a portable monitor I take with me so I can work with 2 screens no matter where I am. #gamechanger #JHMChat
Melissa Plesac @MelissaPlesacMD
@JHospMedicine As the self-appointed editorial fellowship hype woman, I can say that it is one of my favorite things I have ever said yes to. I learned how to be a more critical thinker, reader, and writer. I met the coolest people and found my academic home #JHMChat
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
@MelissaPlesacMD @FutureDocs @JHospMedicine Absolutely! We are healers and helpers. We want to do good work. Learning to say no and choose without feeling guilty & setting boundaries is healthy and often needed. It allows us to not only do good but outstanding work. Not always easy to do ... #JHMchat #indeliblemd
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@annielintzenich @JHospMedicine I checked the vocera and sent myself a test page. This is a true #JHMChat miracle. I legitmately thought I was only going to be able to participate for 2 minutes the way my shift started at 4p haha.
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
Any take home points in the last 5 minutes?Any other questions? #JHMChat
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
@JHospMedicine A4. In career planning: 1️⃣ Know where you’re going 🧭 2️⃣ Explore opportunities to get you there 🛣 3️⃣ Recalibrate often ⚖️ The path to success is typically a circuitous one, so enjoy the journey & give it your all every step of the way! #JHMChat #FacultyDevelopment #Career https://t.co/pnfIFycTYa
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
RT @JHospMedicine: Let's take a minute to explore an opportunity that we offer here @JHospMedicine. Interested in the JHM editorial or social media fellowship? What do you want to know? Deadline to apply is April 15! #JHMChat https://t.co/qnUw9KNk8R
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A4. In career planning: 1️⃣ Know where you’re going 🧭 2️⃣ Explore opportunities to get you there 🛣 3️⃣ Recalibrate often ⚖️ The path to success is typically a circuitous one, so enjoy the journey & give it your all every step of the way! #JHMChat #FacultyDevelopment #Career https://t.co/pnfIFycTYa
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@TheRealDSrini @JHospMedicine @CPSolvers I watch 99% of VMR after the fact these days and pause after each aliquot and practice being a discussant. very useful learning tool. #JHMChat
Dr. Annie Andrews @AnnieAndrewsMD
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A4. In career planning: 1️⃣ Know where you’re going 🧭 2️⃣ Explore opportunities to get you there 🛣 3️⃣ Recalibrate often ⚖️ The path to success is typically a circuitous one, so enjoy the journey & give it your all every step of the way! #JHMChat #FacultyDevelopment #Career https://t.co/pnfIFycTYa
Maya Dewan @mommimaya
RT @SamirShahMD: A2 Every junior faculty member should have a career development committee ➡️focuses on your development ➡️help navigate y/n decisions ➡️meets 2-4 times per yr ➡️3-4 people w/ at least 1 but ideally 2 members from other divisions/departments to get unbiased perspectives #JHMchat
Charlie M. Wray, DO, MS @WrayCharles
@MelissaPlesacMD @JHospMedicine And we get to brag about your and all the other Fellow's accomplishments...which is fun #JHMChat
Angela Castellanos MD @acastellmd
@JHospMedicine The digital media fellow role is distinct from the editorial role, but both emphasize involvement in the journal, critical thinking and about how best to reach our audience. As the digital media fellow mentor, @WrayCharles has helped me think outside of the box #jhmchat
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@YardleyMD @JHospMedicine Yup. Mr. Manning is in on MANY a discussion about opportunities that I consider. He has a career, too. We truly have to respectfully weigh the benefits vs the risks on our family life. #JHMChat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
@JHospMedicine Bookmark @gradydoctor and @FutureDocs tweets! Pure wisdom!!! #JHMChat
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
@DrSherineSalib @JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed #JHMChat critical question - does @DrSherineSalib already own a #myJHMmug ? She needs one for all these amazing pearls! 🗳
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A4: @JHospMedicine A4: OH YEAH Let me also add this. . . . How disruptive will this be to my family life? LISTEN. TO. ME. You need to think that through. And if it is disruptive? It is NOT only your decision. For real for real. Thank you for coming to my marital TEDtalk. #JHMChat https://t.co/FvfmqlmIzZ
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
@DoctorVig @annielintzenich @JHospMedicine I ALWAYS get nervous and send a test page. The #JHMChat miracle on Ramadan Mubarak!
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@JHospMedicine This transcript is going to be one for the ages. So much incredible advice from @gradydoctor @WrayCharles @FutureDocs @DrSherineSalib @medpedshosp and more! Can't wait to read it! #JHMChat
Ian S Soriano MD 🇵🇭 @ISorianoMD
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed Choose who you collaborate with carefully: ➡️ Reliable ➡️ Similar values ➡️ Different skills ➡️ Easy to work with Learn from prior projects & recalibrate each time. Allow others to grow into leadership roles. Lean in at times & step back at other times. #JHMChat https://t.co/P813ncSyae
Amteshwar Singh, MD MEd FACP @amteshwar
@JHospMedicine #JHMChat my biggest take home is the use of impact effort matrix and connecting others to an opportunity that I decline.
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A4. In career planning: 1️⃣ Know where you’re going 🧭 2️⃣ Explore opportunities to get you there 🛣 3️⃣ Recalibrate often ⚖️ The path to success is typically a circuitous one, so enjoy the journey & give it your all every step of the way! #JHMChat #FacultyDevelopment #Career https://t.co/pnfIFycTYa
Ndidi Unaka MD, MEd @NdidiUnaka
@JHospMedicine Saying yes can lead to unexpected and fulfilling opportunities. AND sometimes saying no is VITAL to protecting your peace...there is no shame in that #JHMChat
DocMcCafferty (She/Hers) 💉💉💉 @DocMcCafferty
RT @sood_lonika: Women with children face the double standard... if you say no if you have young kids- people perceive you are not ready for future opportunities #JHMchat
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
@ktranda8 @JHospMedicine Ask about autonomy and resources. Smart. Will they tell you the truth? 😉 Might depend on organization or people you are dealing with. Nonetheless, such important question. #JHMChat #healthmd
Jeremy Yardley @YardleyMD
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine It’s awesome to hear someone like you say that because it makes it easier for others who feel the same to say the same. Thank you! #JHMChat
Prabi Rajbhandari @prabimd
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A4. In career planning: 1️⃣ Know where you’re going 🧭 2️⃣ Explore opportunities to get you there 🛣 3️⃣ Recalibrate often ⚖️ The path to success is typically a circuitous one, so enjoy the journey & give it your all every step of the way! #JHMChat #FacultyDevelopment #Career https://t.co/pnfIFycTYa
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
@medpedshosp @JHospMedicine @gradydoctor ❤️🙏🏽#JHMChat
Gopi Astik @gopiastik
@JHospMedicine Write down your short and long-term goals somewhere easily accessible and revisit often. Mine are on One Note notebook which I can access anywhere. When I’m not sure about an opportunity, I ✅ my goals & see where it fits. It’s a good reminder of where you want to be! #JHMChat
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
RT @DoctorVig: What I don't understand is that from the start of my shift until 9p, I didn't have a second to sit down and was running around the hospital but the moment @JHospMedicine #JHMChat started everything stopped and I have had 0 pages or calls since. #JHMChat miracles.
Jessie Allan, MD @DrJessieAllan
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A4: @JHospMedicine A4: OH YEAH Let me also add this. . . . How disruptive will this be to my family life? LISTEN. TO. ME. You need to think that through. And if it is disruptive? It is NOT only your decision. For real for real. Thank you for coming to my marital TEDtalk. #JHMChat https://t.co/FvfmqlmIzZ
Dhruv Srinivasachar MD (he/el/ele.) @TheRealDSrini
@JHospMedicine Must learn ikigai (and maybe philosophy and social science in general? was kinda lacking from my med school experience...) #JHMChat
#The-DJ-HiddeninTheWIN 💦 gotta VVS 4 the headShot @CaraExBoyfriend
RT @CaraExBoyfriend: We got Percs and BLUES Mami welcome to the #Monday night Mixtape shoutout to #BlackLivesMatter feel me yall niggas jus need to Dance ya Pain away Like we use to do #JHMChat #EnoughIsEnough #RockTheBlock #JusticeForDaunteWright Minnesota #GunControlNow https://t.co/DRyTcGZXnT
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
Thanks so much to @DrSherineSalib for joining us tonight and for all of you taking the time for this #JHMChat! We will announce the 3️⃣ #myJHMmug winners tomorrow morning! So until then... ☕☕☕
Heather Hofmann, MD, FACP @HeatherNHofmann
RT @amteshwar: @JHospMedicine #JHMChat my biggest take home is the use of impact effort matrix and connecting others to an opportunity that I decline.
Jen Readlynn, MD, FHM (she/her) @jenreadlynn
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A4. In career planning: 1️⃣ Know where you’re going 🧭 2️⃣ Explore opportunities to get you there 🛣 3️⃣ Recalibrate often ⚖️ The path to success is typically a circuitous one, so enjoy the journey & give it your all every step of the way! #JHMChat #FacultyDevelopment #Career https://t.co/pnfIFycTYa
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
RT @JHospMedicine: Thanks so much to @DrSherineSalib for joining us tonight and for all of you taking the time for this #JHMChat! We will announce the 3️⃣ #myJHMmug winners tomorrow morning! So until then... ☕☕☕
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
@JHospMedicine Thank you all! It was such a joy chatting with you all! #JHMChat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
RT @jfganem: Male leaders should learn to keep asking and not deny future opportunities #JHMCHAT
Jenny Y Shen, MD, FHM @JennyShenMD
"Know where you're going" can be so hard early on in the career. Where I am at right now is about 90 degree course deviation than where I thought I wanted to go. Happy where I'm at, trying to figure out where to go next. The "Recalibration" is the key! #JHMChat @DrSherineSalib
Eileen Barrett MD MPH (she/her) @EileenBarrettNM
@gradydoctor @jessdreicer @JHospMedicine Yes! And someone who has been first and last author and everything in between, if I am listed in a way that shows more work than I've done, I hope someone tells me. #JHMChat https://t.co/mIfn6RXLwV
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@TheRealDSrini @JHospMedicine My friend, as a soon to be MedPeds doc, I think you have found your ikigai. https://t.co/UugSjTtiFH #JHMChat
Prabi Rajbhandari @prabimd
Saying no is a skill set everyone e needs but don’t be scared to say yes to the unknown, your future may be waiting there great chat every one thank you #JHMChat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
RT @WrayCharles: @JHospMedicine Early on, also important to think about who you can work with. The project may not be "perfect" for you, but getting the opportunity to work with someone special should also play into this, IMHO #JHMChat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
RT @WrayCharles: Come for the excellent academic career advice...stay for a mug #JHMChat Am I right @SamirShahMD?
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
@JHospMedicine One thought - if you say yes to everything, ask yourself what’s your comparative advantage for the new role? Is it something you must do that only you can do? Are you the best person for it? That will often facilitate different answers #JHMChat
Maha Kaissi, MD, FAAP @maha_kaissi
@JHospMedicine Thank you all for these pearls! Looking forward to reflecting on them during the week and revisiting my list of goals! #JHMChat
Andrew M. Ibrahim MD, MSc (He/Him) @AndrewMIbrahim
RT @SamirShahMD: A2 Every junior faculty member should have a career development committee ➡️focuses on your development ➡️help navigate y/n decisions ➡️meets 2-4 times per yr ➡️3-4 people w/ at least 1 but ideally 2 members from other divisions/departments to get unbiased perspectives #JHMchat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A4. In career planning: 1️⃣ Know where you’re going 🧭 2️⃣ Explore opportunities to get you there 🛣 3️⃣ Recalibrate often ⚖️ The path to success is typically a circuitous one, so enjoy the journey & give it your all every step of the way! #JHMChat #FacultyDevelopment #Career https://t.co/pnfIFycTYa
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
RT @gopiastik: So important! Also see how the first descriptor is #reliable ? Another reason to finish/deliver on projects/opportunities. #JHMChat Also to my mentor who may read this and say “REALLY?!” The paper is in the works! 🤣🤣
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed Choose who you collaborate with carefully: ➡️ Reliable ➡️ Similar values ➡️ Different skills ➡️ Easy to work with Learn from prior projects & recalibrate each time. Allow others to grow into leadership roles. Lean in at times & step back at other times. #JHMChat https://t.co/P813ncSyae
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine A4. OMG, SO IMPORTANT! YES. YES. YES. Family goals + career goals should work in tandem. Alignment is IMPORTANT. #JHMchat
Heather McKnight,MD (she/her) 🏳️‍⚧️✊🏿🏳️‍🌈 @HMcKnightMD
@JHospMedicine Prioritize yourself by taking the time to regularly reflect on your goals and effort. Is where you're spending your time align with your values and objectives? #JHMChat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
@DrSherineSalib @JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed Wonderful graph!!! @grepmeded #JHMChat
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@JHospMedicine One take home point is a shout out to the @JHospMedicine #LPD (Leadership & Professional Development) Section for bringing the 🔥 650 words at a time. Ha ha ha! This #JHMchat was great! @KJerardiMD @SamirShahMD https://t.co/GaqgubGQOx
JFSebastian146 @JFSebastian146
RT @CaraExBoyfriend: We got Percs and BLUES Mami welcome to the #Monday night Mixtape shoutout to #BlackLivesMatter feel me yall niggas jus need to Dance ya Pain away Like we use to do #JHMChat #EnoughIsEnough #RockTheBlock #JusticeForDaunteWright Minnesota #GunControlNow https://t.co/DRyTcGZXnT
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
@Abraham_RMI @OrlandoRPN @hepatologo_RCO
Society of Hospital Medicine @SocietyHospMed
And that's a wrap for tonight's #JHMChat! Thank you to @DrSherineSalib for sharing all of these amazing lessons with us 👏🥳 Don't forget: ▪️ @JHospMedicine is accepting apps for editorial fellowships (deadline: 4/15) ▪️ 3 weeks until #SHMConverge! We hope you'll be joining us!
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
RT @SocietyHospMed: And that's a wrap for tonight's #JHMChat! Thank you to @DrSherineSalib for sharing all of these amazing lessons with us 👏🥳 Don't forget: ▪️ @JHospMedicine is accepting apps for editorial fellowships (deadline: 4/15) ▪️ 3 weeks until #SHMConverge! We hope you'll be joining us!
Lonika *abortion is health care* @sood_lonika
@JHospMedicine Everyone struggles with this... part of professional identity ... #jhmchat https://t.co/BQdTAvEhrw
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A4. Think of opportunities that come up as a way to #network broadly: 1. Bonding Capital = relationships based on commonalities 🏘 2. Bridging Capital = relationships built across differences 🤝 #JHMChat
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@JHospMedicine @KJerardiMD @SamirShahMD And to @DrSherineSalib for an amazing #LPD combined with some AWESOME pearls on #JHMChat! Woot! And to @NdidiUnaka and @TheRealDSrini who literally made sure I didn't miss the fun this time.
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine @KJerardiMD @SamirShahMD And to @DrSherineSalib for an amazing #LPD combined with some AWESOME pearls on #JHMChat! Woot! And to @NdidiUnaka and @TheRealDSrini who literally made sure I didn't miss the fun this time.
Heather Hofmann, MD, FACP @HeatherNHofmann
@DrSherineSalib @JHospMedicine Great insight, thank you! #JHMchat
Kimberly D. Manning, MD @gradydoctor
@criley_md @JHospMedicine Periodt. #JHMChat https://t.co/pqitpNKcUP
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine Keep statistics down. Divorce rate for doctors: 24.3% https://t.co/2cOS2c8hXt #JHMchat #indeliblemd
Prabi Rajbhandari @prabimd
@JennyShenMD @DrSherineSalib The recalibration is so important #JHMChat
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine 😂👍 #JHMChat
Med Peds Hospitalist @medpedshosp
@JHospMedicine @DrSherineSalib Thank you for an engaging chat!!!! Good night! #JHMChat
Julie Bastarache @JulesBass6
Agree 100% 👇👇 The right mentor is far more important than the “right” project. #sciencetwitter #AcademicTwitter #mentorship
Mayuko Ito Fukunaga @ItoFukunaga
RT @SamirShahMD: A2 Every junior faculty member should have a career development committee ➡️focuses on your development ➡️help navigate y/n decisions ➡️meets 2-4 times per yr ➡️3-4 people w/ at least 1 but ideally 2 members from other divisions/departments to get unbiased perspectives #JHMchat
Journal of Hospital Medicine @JHospMedicine
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine One take home point is a shout out to the @JHospMedicine #LPD (Leadership & Professional Development) Section for bringing the 🔥 650 words at a time. Ha ha ha! This #JHMchat was great! @KJerardiMD @SamirShahMD https://t.co/GaqgubGQOx
Lonika *abortion is health care* @sood_lonika
RT @SocietyHospMed: And that's a wrap for tonight's #JHMChat! Thank you to @DrSherineSalib for sharing all of these amazing lessons with us 👏🥳 Don't forget: ▪️ @JHospMedicine is accepting apps for editorial fellowships (deadline: 4/15) ▪️ 3 weeks until #SHMConverge! We hope you'll be joining us!
Eliezer Shinnar @Amraphel18
@medpedshosp @JHospMedicine @DrSherineSalib agreed, see you all next time #JHMChat
😡 @MyTweetSelf
RT @JHospMedicine: Question 2 for tonight's #JHMChat https://t.co/oiZus5lvpW
😡 @MyTweetSelf
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.2 Consider Impact vs. Effort: ⚖️ ➡️Incorporate a combination of low-effort & high-effort activities at any one time, to help maintain balance. ➡️The impact-vs-effort balance may shift as you grow in your career. #JHMChat #CareerDevelopment https://t.co/s1OtYq2k3Y
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
"... Time is non renewable resource... Stick to life mission." #JHMChat #somedocs #MEdTwitter #womeninmedicine #womeninleadership #WomenInScience #Leadership #Priorities #indeliblemd
Women Who Rule! @in_stemm
RT @criley_md: "... Time is non renewable resource... Stick to life mission." #JHMChat #somedocs #MEdTwitter #womeninmedicine #womeninleadership #WomenInScience #Leadership #Priorities #indeliblemd
Maha Kaissi, MD, FAAP @maha_kaissi
Another engaging and educational #JHMChat! Now time to do a little work until it's time to eat #suhoor for the first day of #Ramadan! #RamadanMubarak
screamingmd @screamingmd
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A4: @JHospMedicine A4: OH YEAH Let me also add this. . . . How disruptive will this be to my family life? LISTEN. TO. ME. You need to think that through. And if it is disruptive? It is NOT only your decision. For real for real. Thank you for coming to my marital TEDtalk. #JHMChat https://t.co/FvfmqlmIzZ
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A3. Remember, when you say “yes”, you MUST deliver! ❗️Every time. ❗️On time. ❗️With Excellence. When saying “yes” to more opportunities starts to impact what you’ve already committed to, it’s time to say “no”. #JHMChat #FacultyDevelopment #CareerDevelopment
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.1 As you consider opportunities, start by figuring out who you are, what you want your “brand” to be & where you envision your career going. Early in your career, seek breadth. Explore often & explore widely. As you grow in your career, seek more depth. #JHMChat
Vinny Arora MD MAPP @FutureDocs
@DrSherineSalib @DrJessieAllan @JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed Agree! #myjhmmug #JHMChat
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A3: @JHospMedicine A3: Here is just one example of what kinds of things I have in this file. I literally have about 20 different entries with unique headers. #JHMChat https://t.co/szx9MBw6a2
#The-DJ-HiddeninTheWIN 💦 gotta VVS 4 the headShot @CaraExBoyfriend
RT @CaraExBoyfriend: We got Percs and BLUES Mami welcome to the #Monday night Mixtape shoutout to #BlackLivesMatter feel me yall niggas jus need to Dance ya Pain away Like we use to do #JHMChat #EnoughIsEnough #RockTheBlock #JusticeForDaunteWright Minnesota #GunControlNow https://t.co/DRyTcGZXnT
shruberry (blue tick) @psychedamygdala
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A4: @JHospMedicine A4: OH YEAH Let me also add this. . . . How disruptive will this be to my family life? LISTEN. TO. ME. You need to think that through. And if it is disruptive? It is NOT only your decision. For real for real. Thank you for coming to my marital TEDtalk. #JHMChat https://t.co/FvfmqlmIzZ
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
@gradydoctor @JHospMedicine "It is not the things we did in life that we often regret. It is the things we didn't do." How to reconcile this life' wisdom with importance of saying no and setting healthy boundaries? #JHMchat #indeliblemd
Jamee GET YOUR VAX Walters, MD @jamee_walters
This is awesome. I need to start a file like this.
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
Thinking about how to say no adds to cognitive overload. One way to avoid it: setting up "Regrets for every occasion" templates. #JHMChat #medtwitter #indeliblemd
Dan Schumacher, MD, PhD @DrDanSchumacher
RT @SamirShahMD: A2 Every junior faculty member should have a career development committee ➡️focuses on your development ➡️help navigate y/n decisions ➡️meets 2-4 times per yr ➡️3-4 people w/ at least 1 but ideally 2 members from other divisions/departments to get unbiased perspectives #JHMchat
Jasminka Criley MD, FACP, FHM @criley_md
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A4. In career planning: 1️⃣ Know where you’re going 🧭 2️⃣ Explore opportunities to get you there 🛣 3️⃣ Recalibrate often ⚖️ The path to success is typically a circuitous one, so enjoy the journey & give it your all every step of the way! #JHMChat #FacultyDevelopment #Career https://t.co/pnfIFycTYa
Mike Tchou @TchouMd
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A4: @JHospMedicine A4: OH YEAH Let me also add this. . . . How disruptive will this be to my family life? LISTEN. TO. ME. You need to think that through. And if it is disruptive? It is NOT only your decision. For real for real. Thank you for coming to my marital TEDtalk. #JHMChat https://t.co/FvfmqlmIzZ
Sarina Sahetya @SarinaKS
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A4: @JHospMedicine A4: Whoooo chile. This is a good question. *How much time? *How much support? *How much effort required? *How much expertise? *How much flexibility? Are there hard meeting times? *How much fun? *How much credit for your effort? (You do want promotion, don't you?) #JHMchat
Sarina Sahetya @SarinaKS
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A4: @JHospMedicine A4: OH YEAH Let me also add this. . . . How disruptive will this be to my family life? LISTEN. TO. ME. You need to think that through. And if it is disruptive? It is NOT only your decision. For real for real. Thank you for coming to my marital TEDtalk. #JHMChat https://t.co/FvfmqlmIzZ
🖊🖌Moe Park🐾♀️🌻 In Love & Support of Dogs @MoePark
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A4. In career planning: 1️⃣ Know where you’re going 🧭 2️⃣ Explore opportunities to get you there 🛣 3️⃣ Recalibrate often ⚖️ The path to success is typically a circuitous one, so enjoy the journey & give it your all every step of the way! #JHMChat #FacultyDevelopment #Career https://t.co/pnfIFycTYa
Rebecca Berger @RebeccaEBerger
@DoctorVig @JHospMedicine Ugh I must have a #JHMchat black cloud then! Picked up a busy service today, multiple daytime admissions and complicated discharges. Left the hospital at 9:30 with negative energy left for #JHMChat. Loved catching up on the lessons!
Vignesh Doraiswamy, MD @DoctorVig
@RebeccaEBerger @JHospMedicine This is my usual #JHMChat story but today we had a #JHMiracle! Sorry that you had a negative energy day. Those are some of the roughest.
#The-DJ-HiddeninTheWIN 💦 gotta VVS 4 the headShot @CaraExBoyfriend
RT @CaraExBoyfriend: We got Percs and BLUES Mami welcome to the #Monday night Mixtape shoutout to #BlackLivesMatter feel me yall niggas jus need to Dance ya Pain away Like we use to do #JHMChat #EnoughIsEnough #RockTheBlock #JusticeForDaunteWright Minnesota #GunControlNow https://t.co/DRyTcGZXnT
#The-DJ-HiddeninTheWIN 💦 gotta VVS 4 the headShot @CaraExBoyfriend
RT @CaraExBoyfriend: We got Percs and BLUES Mami welcome to the #Monday night Mixtape shoutout to #BlackLivesMatter feel me yall niggas jus need to Dance ya Pain away Like we use to do #JHMChat #EnoughIsEnough #RockTheBlock #JusticeForDaunteWright Minnesota #GunControlNow https://t.co/DRyTcGZXnT
Tʰᵉ𝐉𝐨𝐧© @JborgGa
RT @JHospMedicine: Moving on…Question 3 for tonight's #JHMChat https://t.co/5tEjeHR4tL
Toby Tally (she/her) @tactally
I’m curious how many institutions have the resources for all these committees!?
Blanca E Gonzalez @infectio01
RT @SamirShahMD: A2 Every junior faculty member should have a career development committee ➡️focuses on your development ➡️help navigate y/n decisions ➡️meets 2-4 times per yr ➡️3-4 people w/ at least 1 but ideally 2 members from other divisions/departments to get unbiased perspectives #JHMchat
Jina Sinskey, MD, FASA @JinaSinskeyMD
RT @SamirShahMD: A2 Every junior faculty member should have a career development committee ➡️focuses on your development ➡️help navigate y/n decisions ➡️meets 2-4 times per yr ➡️3-4 people w/ at least 1 but ideally 2 members from other divisions/departments to get unbiased perspectives #JHMchat
Abraham E. Gracia R. @Abraham_RMI
RT @medpedshosp: @Abraham_RMI @OrlandoRPN @hepatologo_RCO
patrick brophy @GCHPedsChair
RT @maha_kaissi: Another engaging and educational #JHMChat! Now time to do a little work until it's time to eat #suhoor for the first day of #Ramadan! #RamadanMubarak
patrick brophy @GCHPedsChair
RT @maha_kaissi: @JHospMedicine Hi everyone! I'm Maha Kaissi, the 1st year PHM fellow at @URMed_GCH in Rochester, NY! Excited for tonight's #JHMChat! 😀
Sherine Salib @DrSherineSalib
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed Choose who you collaborate with carefully: ➡️ Reliable ➡️ Similar values ➡️ Different skills ➡️ Easy to work with Learn from prior projects & recalibrate each time. Allow others to grow into leadership roles. Lean in at times & step back at other times. #JHMChat https://t.co/P813ncSyae
Sudha Jayaraman MD MSc FACS @sudhapjay
RT @SamirShahMD: A2 Every junior faculty member should have a career development committee ➡️focuses on your development ➡️help navigate y/n decisions ➡️meets 2-4 times per yr ➡️3-4 people w/ at least 1 but ideally 2 members from other divisions/departments to get unbiased perspectives #JHMchat
#The-DJ-HiddeninTheWIN 💦 gotta VVS 4 the headShot @CaraExBoyfriend
RT @CaraExBoyfriend: We got Percs and BLUES Mami welcome to the #Monday night Mixtape shoutout to #BlackLivesMatter feel me yall niggas jus need to Dance ya Pain away Like we use to do #JHMChat #EnoughIsEnough #RockTheBlock #JusticeForDaunteWright Minnesota #GunControlNow https://t.co/DRyTcGZXnT
Amith Skandhan MD SFHM FACP @ASK_HM17
@JayaVasudevanMD @AnupamaMKapadia
Stephen Bowden, MD @stephen_bowden
Looking forward to this as a component of my upcoming lab year. Residency is not early to start
Rommie Amaro @RommieAmaro
RT @gradydoctor: @JHospMedicine A3: @JHospMedicine A3: I've mentioned this before--the process of saying no eats up a TON of cognitive effort. I personally have an entire file called "REGRETS FOR EVERY OCCASION" which includes these and many more. #JHMChat https://t.co/nN9oahXyRb
Heriberto Lizaola @drlizaola
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JonLimMD @SocietyHospMed Choose who you collaborate with carefully: ➡️ Reliable ➡️ Similar values ➡️ Different skills ➡️ Easy to work with Learn from prior projects & recalibrate each time. Allow others to grow into leadership roles. Lean in at times & step back at other times. #JHMChat https://t.co/P813ncSyae
Leah Kottyan @Kottyan_Lab
Great advice!
Leah Kottyan @Kottyan_Lab
#JHMChat is providing excellent advice for anyone in academic medicine tonight. This note in collaboration is 🔥- completely on point and accurate!
Manasi Agrawal, MD MS @ManasiAgrawalMD
RT @SamirShahMD: A2 Every junior faculty member should have a career development committee ➡️focuses on your development ➡️help navigate y/n decisions ➡️meets 2-4 times per yr ➡️3-4 people w/ at least 1 but ideally 2 members from other divisions/departments to get unbiased perspectives #JHMchat
Leah Kottyan @Kottyan_Lab
RT @DrSherineSalib: @JHospMedicine A.2 Consider Impact vs. Effort: ⚖️ ➡️Incorporate a combination of low-effort & high-effort activities at any one time, to help maintain balance. ➡️The impact-vs-effort balance may shift as you grow in your career. #JHMChat #CareerDevelopment https://t.co/s1OtYq2k3Y
Facts matter. Get vaccinated! @moiskd
RT @annielintzenich: A1: A1: This probably goes without saying but I learned this morning at #AAPAdvocacy2021 that you should definitely say yes to anything that involves @staceyabrams #JHMChat
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