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Julie Mudd

Public Health Physician & Medicine Academic:CDC;public health research; medical education;patient experience #triumphbeyondresilience.

JCU Townsville

Joined on 8 February, 2015

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Replying to @andymilonakis: Congratulations to the Astronauts that left Earth today. Good choice

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Congratulations to the Astronauts that left Earth today. Good choice

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Replying to @RaatusRuth: An interesting perspective: Global Deaths Due to Various Causes and #COVID19 Note the incidence of #malnutrition & #malaria

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An interesting perspective: Global Deaths Due to Various Causes and #COVID19 Note the incidence of #malnutrition & #malaria which have now been outstripped as a cause of death c.f. #COVID Visualised with @f_l_o_u_r_i_s_h

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Quoted @BrennanSpiegel

This graph is amazing. It shows that measuring #SARSCoV2 levels in municipal sewage almost perfectly predicts forthcoming #COVID19 cases with a full week's notice (R=0.994). It's one of several discoveries in this new study from @Yale: . C-19 is #InThePoop

Replying to @eblissmoreau: Holy shit.

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Holy shit.

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Replying to @DrTedros: Another heartbreaking illustration of a #healthworker's day during #COVID19. Thank you @Craig_A_Spencer for your bravery and…

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Quoted @ajplus

He fought and survived Ebola, and now he's on the frontline of #COVID19 in NYC.

This is a day working in the ER, as told by Dr.@Craig_A_Spencer.

Another heartbreaking illustration of a #healthworker's day during #COVID19. Thank you @Craig_A_Spencer for your bravery and sharing your story with the world. We stand by you and your colleagues. Thank you for everything you do to keep us safe. #ThanksHealthHeroes

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Replying to @coopesdetat: South Korea has confirmed that 'reinfections' of people who had previously cleared the #COVID19 virus were not true infect…

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South Korea has confirmed that 'reinfections' of people who had previously cleared the #COVID19 virus were not true infections but non-viable viral particles still being cleared by the body

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Replying to @tarahaelle:

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Replying to @DoverMarian: The history the patient gives you compared to the history they give the next guy
#MedTwitter

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The history the patient gives you compared to the history they give the next guy
#MedTwitter

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Replying to @trishgreenhalgh: This came round earlier. From the Canadian government of all places. Sent it to my staff with a hug. https://t.co/iAkF…

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This came round earlier. From the Canadian government of all places. Sent it to my staff with a hug.

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Replying to @ABsteward: Kawasaki disease-like inflammatory syndrome associated with #COVID19 in Kids: How Common?
Some pediatric cardiologists noted…

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Kawasaki disease-like inflammatory syndrome associated with #COVID19 in Kids: How Common?
Some pediatric cardiologists noted that even classic cases are likely going undercounted.

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Replying to @nataliexdean: The best thing I’ve read in a while.

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The best thing I’ve read in a while.

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Replying to @AnnastaciaMP: Friday, 1 May – coronavirus cases in Queensland:

• 0 new confirmed cases
• 1,033 total confirmed cases
• 111,017 tests c…

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Friday, 1 May – coronavirus cases in Queensland:

• 0 new confirmed cases
• 1,033 total confirmed cases
• 111,017 tests conducted

Sadly, six Queenslanders have died from coronavirus. 948 patients have recovered.

#covid19australia

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Replying to @c_drosten: Viral loads by PCR as seen in our laboratories. No significant difference between children and adults. Age categories: Kinde…

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Viral loads by PCR as seen in our laboratories. No significant difference between children and adults. Age categories: Kindergarten (KG), Grade school (GS), Highschool (HS), etc. with age ranges and (counts).

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Replying to @DrZoeHyde: Study of 391 #COVID19 cases and 1,286 close contacts in Shenzhen, China. The secondary attack rate did not differ by age. Ch…

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Study of 391 #COVID19 cases and 1,286 close contacts in Shenzhen, China. The secondary attack rate did not differ by age. Children (including those aged younger than 10 years), were as likely to be infected as adults.

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Replying to @MaritaCowie: 😂

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😂

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Replying to @coopesdetat: Super interesting new tool from @Google looking at the effects of #COVID19 social distancing on population mobility https:…

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Super interesting new tool from @Google looking at the effects of #COVID19 social distancing on population mobility

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Replying to @MackayIM: What you want to see is a low and horizontal line, or a line curving down towards horizontal, on this axis.
There are so many…

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Quoted @ajaykirtane

1/Went to pick up takeout & asked how business was. “Not good at all.” I said, “I know... I’m sorry.”

Person asked back “How bout you?” I said “Really bad. I work in a hospital.”

They asked, “Is it real? Not just what media says. You see it yourself. Is it real?”

#YESitsREAL

This thread...🥺

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What you want to see is a low and horizontal line, or a line curving down towards horizontal, on this axis.
There are so many countries that are high and/or angled upwards
(kudos @FT on using the same max y-axis value)
#COVID19

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Replying to @DrJaneMunro: Israeli public health ad

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Israeli public health ad

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Quoted @SianElvin

Hearing an entire city clap for the NHS from my window was really something quite special 👏

#clapforourcarers

Replying to @RaatusRuth: This has brought tears to my eyes and a lump I can’t swallow ❤️❤️ #COVID19

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This has brought tears to my eyes and a lump I can’t swallow ❤️❤️ #COVID19

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Replying to @DrPieterPeach: * I cannot stress this enough. *
If you have not yet simulated the COVID patient in your theater or emergency dept with…

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* I cannot stress this enough. *
If you have not yet simulated the COVID patient in your theater or emergency dept with all team members do so ASAP.
From wo to go.
It’s not a simple clinical sim.
It’s a massive risk mitigation exercise.
Do not delay, & document your processes.

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