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  • 1.  Fwd: Book Launch for "When We Do Harm"

    Posted 04-18-2020 17:29
    This may be of interest to people in the SIDM community. Dr Ofri is a frequent contributor to the NY Times Op-Ed section and spoke at DEM 2019.


    David

    David L Meyers, MD, FACEP


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    From: Danielle Ofri <editor@danielleofri.com>
    Subject: Book Launch for "When We Do Harm"
    Date: April 18, 2020 at 12:31:29 PM EDT

     
     
     
     
    "When We Do Harm"
     
    Yes, it feels weird to have a book launch in the middle of a pandemic. 
     
    Almost two years ago, when we selected  the publication date for this book, our biggest concern was pulling as far away from the November election as possible. So we picked April. What could *possibly*happen in April.....
     
     
    "When We Do Harm" officially releases on Tuesday. We'd planned to celebrate its publication in New York's legendary Strand Bookstore, which--like everything else in NYC--is unfortunately on temporary lockdown.
     
    But Strand has graciously offered to open its virtual doors for us on Tuesday April 21 at 7 pm (EST) and you are all invited. 
     
    Alas, you'll be getting my apartment instead of Strand's beautiful Rare Book Room, but you can join from anywhere in the world. I hope you will come!
     
    (It's free. Just click to get the link from Strand.)
     
     
    April 21, 7 pm Book Launch
     
     
     
     
     
     
    A Tribute to NYC's Public Hospitals
     
    The New York Times Magazine cover storythis weekend highlights the public hospitals like Elmhurst, Bellevue, Jacobi, Lincoln, Coney Isand, and Kings County that have been shouldering much of the Covid pandemic. It is an incredible article with powerful photos.

    "Along with New York's public schools, its public housing, its subways and its libraries, the public hospitals form the democratic bulwark of the city. [There is] a promise of equality and opportunity embodied by the city's public institutions. They are the indispensable glue beneath the disposable glitter."
     
    Read the article
     
     
    Thank you!
     
    Thank you for taking time to read this. Whether you are exhausted from your hospital work, or bored to tears at home, it's been a long stretch for everyone.
     
    If you need streamline more, just click here to Unsubscribe if you need.)
     
    DanielleOfri.com
     
     
     
     (details will on the Events Page)
     
    New York, NY
    (well, everywhere now)

    Strand Bookstore
    Book launch for
    "When We Do Harm"
    April 21 at 7:00 pm via Zoom
     
    Brooklyn, NY
    Medical Grand Rounds
    Winthrop Hospital
    April 29 (online TBD)
     
    Philadelphia, PA
    Penn Book Center
    May 1 at 6:30 pm (online)
     
    New York, NY
    BLR Reading
    May 17 at 5 pm (online TBD)

    Seattle, WA
    U of Washington Bookstore
    June 5 (online TBD)
    .
    Cooperstown, NY
    Bassett Medical Center
    Aug 7 (TBD)
    .
    Princeton, NJ
    American College of Physicians
    postponed
     
    New York, NY
    Memorial Sloan Kettering
    Medical Grand Rounds
    postponed
     
    New York, NY
    Bo's Restaurant
    postponed
     
    New Haven, CT
    Yale Grand Rounds
    postponed
     
    New York, NY
    Silvana
    postponed
     
    New York, NY
    BloomInPlace
    postponed
     
    Rye Brook, NY
    American College of Physicians
    Oct 9
     
    Panama City, Panama
    ISHRS Conference
    Oct 24
     
     
     
     
     
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  • 2.  RE: Fwd: Book Launch for "When We Do Harm"

    Posted 04-19-2020 21:01
    You can listen to her discuss her new book on next week's People's Pharmacy broadcast/podcast. And yes, we did ask her about misdiagnosis, although it isn't the primary focus of the interview. 

    Terry Graedon, PhD
    The People's Pharmacy