“Vulnerable and shocked: Patients targeted by hospital revenue push.” Another bad aspect of this is while it may assist facility budgets in the short term, it undermines our whole health system in the medium term. smh.com.au/business/consumer-a

Serious question: how do people in fields where scholarship is published in books find time to read them? In my area publication is mostly in 3-8,000 word journal articles, and even if I skim it’s a lot to get through. (Or are people just claiming to read things?)

Thinking about all those hapless children with libertarian dads who treat Easter egg hunts as Hayekian teachable moments.

One year on, @jakejnelson@twitter.com’s Sydney Gothic Facebook post remains the best piece of writing about Sydney

A Jungian flimflam artist and Lacanian mountebank sounds like the start of a terrible joke.

“The man who wrote one of environmentalism’s most-cited essays was a racist, eugenicist, nativist and Islamaphobe—plus his argument was wrong” by @mmildenberger@twitter.com blogs.scientificamerican.com/v

Looking at the citations I suspect this is specious, but it’s a legacy to aspire to

I want to see a tv drama where the tech person is like "ok I'm on it" and then proceeds to google "linux how untar file"

Worthwhile recording of a webinar on Evaluation and Complexity in the SDGs Era youtu.be/dnR3NZvfMCU

When you answer honestly and end up being a caricature

Anyone care to guess which country and year this is from?

Excellent collection of articles in the International Journal for Equity in Health on engaging non-state providers in achieving universal health coverage biomedcentral.com/collections/

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