@liamvhogan heโ€™s extremely enjoyable to watch in The Mandalorian

Glucose and HbA1c screening alone does not increase detection of previously unidentified diabetes in patients admitted from EDs mja.com.au/journal/2019/211/10 Unlike the paperโ€™s conclusion, Iโ€™m not sure dedicated staff and resourcing would change this either

Australian Genomics is calling for a change in research ethics and governance frameworks mja.com.au/journal/2019/211/10 Multisite approvals do slow down research (and can be frustrating), but we need to make sure any changes protect participants

@hugh do I recall correctly that you made a toot deleter? Iโ€™d love it if you could please steer me towards it.

Do they though? sciencenews.org/article/will-t Building RNN/deep learning models of things like โ€œfeelingsโ€ and โ€œlearningโ€ without fundamentally understanding the phenomena seems kind of silly.

'I live on the street now': how Americans fall into medical bankruptcy theguardian.com/us-news/2019/n This used to happen in Australia before Medicare, and this is why we need to resist calls for expanded/unfettered markets in healthcare

@emmadavidson complex questions - will need a decent response. Hospitalisation is a complex beast, and avoiding it may be the tail wagging the dog.

@trent they may well still be a good idea - it might be our obsession with re/hospitalisation thatโ€™s the problem!

@martinfeld Hard to say. Being forced out of my own perspective/ontology. Being engaged with someone else from a very young age. Connecting deeply with someone. Not having time to get too caught up in my own bullshit.

@liamvhogan I feel that, Iโ€™m so deep in the Apple ecosystem thereโ€™s no hope for me

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