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    Austin has been posting screenshots of summaries of new research on instagram stories. Could he please maintain a thread in which he includes links to the research or summaries or the like? Forum posts would be a lot easier to follow than IG stories, at least for some of us.

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    Sorry, I unfortunately just can't commit to doing this. On top of ongoing responsibilities in multiple jobs, I don't think most people have any idea just how much I read on a daily basis -- a small fraction of which ends up getting posted like that in screenshot form. If the particular topic interests people, they are welcome to google the title of the paper for themselves.

    Additionally, I re-tweet a lot of interesting stuff on Twitter, which may be a helpful repository/gateway as well.
    IG / YT

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    • NathanDailey
      NathanDailey commented
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      Thank you, Austin, for the heads up about your Twitter feed. There's some real gold there!

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    Aha! https://twitter.com/AustinBaraki is very interesting and easier for me to follow than IG stories.

    "It turns out that humans are extremely complex (and diverse) neurobiological systems, and “logic” is inadequate to predict or explain the function of such systems."

    :-)

    Thanks

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    • #4
      Originally posted by Austin Baraki View Post
      I don't think most people have any idea just how much I read on a daily basis.
      Austin,

      I figure you must need to read quite a bit to keep abreast of changes in your field as well as researching the cases that you encounter in your work. I was wondering how do you find time for all of your reading? Are you doing it between patients while on shift? Or do you have to explicitly schedule time each day for reading? I am curious, because I would like to read more in general myself, but have trouble finding the time, so perhaps you might have a technique/approach that might be useful to try applying to my own efforts.

      Thanks!

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      • #5
        What if, instead of having Austin share his research, we used the unmoderated training and/or programming forum to share research? BBM puts out a lot of good information through the efforts of a very small number of people. With 600+ active members on the forum, I imagine we could drastically increase the useful information circulating in the forum, and maybe even save these guys and gals some free labor.

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        • #6
          Originally posted by Jeff View Post

          Austin,

          I figure you must need to read quite a bit to keep abreast of changes in your field as well as researching the cases that you encounter in your work. I was wondering how do you find time for all of your reading? Are you doing it between patients while on shift? Or do you have to explicitly schedule time each day for reading? I am curious, because I would like to read more in general myself, but have trouble finding the time, so perhaps you might have a technique/approach that might be useful to try applying to my own efforts.

          Thanks!
          Yes, it’s pretty much a constant process. Between patients, between clinics, sometimes even between sets in training haha. I don’t have a regular scheduled time I set aside for reading, as my schedule is too erratic to accommodate that.

          I mainly have sources that help filter and deliver things to me. For example, NEJM Journal Watch is very helpful for medical updates, as is the QxMD Most Read newsletter.

          I make use of twitter as well, simply by following certain Journals (like NEJM, JAMA, etc) or leaders in the field I’m interested in (like general medicine, acute care/hospital medicine, pain/rehabilitation, training/sports performance, and a few others) who tend to re-tweet significant reports. This makes it so I don’t have to constantly go out and scour for new information, it just comes to me instead, and I can pick and choose what I read from there.
          IG / YT

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          • t_angeiras
            t_angeiras commented
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            sometimes even between sets in training haha
            I always get a bit lost or carried away when trying to do something between sets... To keep training productive, I usually sit in contemplation or walk randomly and furiously around.
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