Welfare
悬壶济世,经世济民

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  • 精进
  • Success on the Tenure Track
  • To All the Boys I've Loved Before
  • The Learning Healthcare System
  • The Social Transformation of American Medicine
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  • 创世记
  • Girl Walks into a Bar . . .
  • 胭脂用尽时,桃花就开了
  • 三角之美
  • 亲爱的提奥

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  • Why did Jazz die?
  • Jazz
  • Welfare (悬壶济世,经世济民)  评论: Jazz
    From late 1800s to 1960s, Jazz was born in New Orleans (French quarter), nurtured in Chicago, New York and on the west coast. It lightened up the spirits and souls of the black slaves during the Ci...
Unless You Love, Your Life Will Flash By

Be Genuine & Grateful. Don't Take Anything For Granted

Respect & Care & Support & Do Others A Favor

Great Desire For Knowledge,
Immense Curiosity About Life

The True, The Good, and The Beautiful

One Hundred Years of Solitude

Timelessness of Theory

Wise Humility & Humble Wisdom

Be Serious & Be Sincere

Be Focused & Be Simple

Reverence for Life

Treat Others Respectfully

Low Time Preference

"Mathematics holds the key to formulating the laws that govern the cosmos, from the grandest filaments, voids, and structures that stretch across the heavens to the peculiar behavior of the tiniest and most ubiquitous grains of matter...Even in the wake of cosmic degradation, collapse, and ruin, the "inhabitants of other universes" will still be there to gaze on the unending beauty of mathematics, the very syntax of nature. " -- Nowak

"Tell me, what else should I have done?
Doesn't everything die at last, and too soon?
Tell me, what is it you plan to do
With your one wild and precious life?" -- Mary Oliver

“Nothing is easier than to denounce the evildoer; nothing is more difficult than to understand him.” -- Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Constructive comments forever, criticism never:

Nothingness-No one cares what we say, unless we say something serious and meaningful. No one cares who we are, unless we relate our transient and trivial being to longer and broader existence.

If time could stop at the moment when we first met/人生若只如初见

「漫漫長夜, 屹立明燈, 使命莫辜負」

「人是已往歷史之奴隸,卻是未來歷史之主人」

「思想的伟大程度,火花的绚烂,只需要一个折射就能把人灼伤」-- Leah

before: INTJ
Introvert(3%)
iNtuitive(72%)
Thinking(1%)
Judging(31%)

now: ENFJ-T Protagonist, benevolent 'pedagogues' of humanity
Is intelligent, creative, imaginative; idealistic, inspiring, passionate/enthusiastic; Warm, Charismatic, Social.
Has passionate altruism/idealism, long term views, big picture; entrepreneurial ability, and interpersonal skills;
Knows that each second of effort contributes to something bigger than themselves.

Extrovert(43%)
iNtuitive(50%) not observant: must focus on people, be sensitive to the needs of others; but won’t be able to maintain intense focus on immediate physical surroundings/don't have exceptional situational awareness
Feeling(17%)
Judging(7%)
Turbulent(6%)


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RHIS:
risk taking, high social impact, innovating, solo decision maker): Empire builder --> RHIT (team decision maker): Promoter

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"$45,000 is not nearly enough to support a family in a lifetime, nor is it the worth of life.” Although rare, adverse events have occurred after COVID-19 vaccinations, and people affected have exercised their rights to seek compensation. However, the U.S. government program that considers COVID-19 vaccine injury claims lacks accountability, transparency and cost-effectiveness, according to a recently published study led by Junying Zhao, Ph.D., Ph.D., an assistant professor of health administration and policy and coauthored by tenured economics professors and graduate research assistant Austin Earley, M.P.H. of biostatistics and epidemiology. The study, published in the current issue of the Journal of Law and the Biosciences, provides the first-ever economic examination of the government’s Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP), whose design is rife with unintended consequences. Read the news release at https://douc.cc/3fIvm5

Welfare 说:

Drs. Junying "June" Zhao and Dale Bratzler, faculty in the Department of Health Administration and Policy, and Gabrielle “Gabbi” Westbrook, a Master of Public Health candidate, published an article in Health Policy, a peer-reviewed journal read by researchers, legislators, and decision-makers concerned with analyzing, designing, and implementing health policy and reforms in high-income countries. Their article, titled “A Comparative Study of COVID-19 Emergency Funds Allocated to the Health Sector: US, UK, and Canada,” uses the World Bank and International Monetary Fund's public finance framework to examine how efficiently COVID-19 government money has been allocated among healthcare organizations and providers, comparing US, UK, Canada. You’ll be surprised at the results. Read the full article at https://douc.cc/3bXNIz

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