BECOME COMFORTABLE with the words I DON'T KNOW!!

I say this on my tours, we 'know' very little. In fact, we know nothing. I don't know is honest!! It's humble, and its real.

In Egypt there's too much to know, so 'we don't know' is the truest statement there is. https://t.co/IajqsQGdJ8

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Wow, Morgan McSweeney again, Rachel Riley, SFFN, Center for Countering Digital Hate, Imran Ahmed, JLM, BoD, Angela Eagle, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Lisa Nandy, Steve Reed, Jon Cruddas, Trevor Chinn, Martin Taylor, Lord Ian Austin and Mark Lewis. #LabourLeaks #StarmerOut 24 tweet๐Ÿงต

Morgan McSweeney, Keir Starmerโ€™s chief of staff, launched the organisation that now runs SFFN.
The CEO Imran Ahmed worked closely with a number of Labour figures involved in the campaign to remove Jeremy as leader.

Rachel Riley is listed as patron.
https://t.co/nGY5QrwBD0


SFFN claims that it has been โ€œa project of the Center For Countering Digital Hateโ€ since 4 May 2020. The relationship between the two organisations, however, appears to date back far longer. And crucially, CCDH is linked to a number of figures on the Labour right. #LabourLeaks

Center for Countering Digital Hate registered at Companies House on 19 Oct 2018, the organisationโ€™s only director was Morgan McSweeney โ€“ Labour leader Keir Starmerโ€™s chief of staff. McSweeney was also the campaign manager for Liz Kendallโ€™s leadership bid. #LabourLeaks #StarmerOut

Sir Keir - along with his chief of staff, Morgan McSweeney - held his first meeting with the Jewish Labour Movement (JLM). Deliberately used the โ€œanti-Semitismโ€ crisis as a pretext to vilify and then expel a leading pro-Corbyn activist in Brighton and Hove
#IDTwitter #IDFellows
Introducing our new series: โ€œIDFN top 10 articles every fellow should readโ€๐Ÿ”–

#1: SAB management
by @mmcclean1 @LeMiguelChavez
Reviewers @KaBourgi, @IgeGeorgeMD, @Courtcita, @MDdreamchaser

We know is subjective & expect feedback/future improvements ๐Ÿ‘‡

1. Clinical management of Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia: a review.
https://t.co/9tBCtp9mlP
๐Ÿ‘‰ A must read written by Holland et al. where they review the evidence of the management of SAB.

2. Impact of Infectious Disease Consultation on Quality of Care, Mortality, and Length of Stay in Staphylococcus aureus Bacteremia: Results From a Large Multicenter Cohort Study.
https://t.co/XujO68pCuH
๐Ÿ‘‰ID consult associated with reduced inpatient mortality.

3. Predicting Risk of Endocarditis Using a Clinical Tool (PREDICT): Scoring System to Guide Use of Echocardiography in the Management of Staphylococcus aureus Bacteremia
https://t.co/otcA1pxjAw
๐Ÿ‘‰Predictive risk factors for infective endocarditis, and thus the need for TEE.

4. The Cefazolin Inoculum Effect Is Associated With Increased Mortality in Methicillin-Susceptible Staphylococcus aureus Bacteremia.
https://t.co/CQZiryVWZz
๐Ÿ‘‰Presence of cefazolin inoculum effect in the infecting isolate was associated with an increase 30-day mortality.

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