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Episode 168 : Mitochondrial Eve On Transparency

Featured Guest: Mitochondrial Eve

  • Feb 03, 2020
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“It’s really hard to look someone else in the eyes and say hey, here’s this moment for me that I’m broken about”

Mitochondrial Eve (not their real name) is a Critical Care RN and a prominent voice in the medical Twittersphere #MedTwitter. We discuss the concept of transparency on social media juxtaposed with transparency in the clinical setting.

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Key Learnings

1. Why Eve stays anonymous on Twitter

2. Navigating boundaries with patient and members of the care team

3. The importance of understanding transference when caring for patients

4. Leveraging personal experience to enhance communication with patients and families while respecting one’s own personal boundaries

5. The power of stillness and being able to absorb

6. How Eve responds when someone shares a personal or difficult thing with them via social media

7. Whether Eve writes on social media spontaneously or crafted before posting

8. #BakingWithEve, #BreadThreads and the wonder of baking bread

9. Eve’s apex breads

10. Coffee and Aeropress vs French Press

Links

Twitter @browofjustice

Eve’s article “I Will Not Cry”

Eve’s favorite #BakingWithEve Twitter thread

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