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slate_facebook_iconMedical charts may be biased a quick article about how subtle differences in descriptions may convey bias from one provider to another.
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Cognitive bias - it's influence on clinical diagnosis Our clinical decisions are often influenced unconsciously by our thoughts and feelings; cognitive bias is one of the leading causes of diagnostic error. Here is a look at why and what to do about it.
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jama-iconThe Art of Constructive worrying Aiming for perfection generates a toxic by-product: we avoid admitting mistakes. Working toward a different culture is probably the answer.
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elle_magMore than an Other Duchess Meghan Markle gives an honest look at the fact that being black and white is more than just grey...
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TED_light_200x200The Art of Listening (first 5 min, last 20 min) Listening — to loved ones, strangers, faraway places — is an act of generosity and a source of discovery. In this episode, TED speakers describe how we change when we listen deeply.
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Washington-PostIs it time for different questions? a report on what REALLY matters about caring for patients.
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TEDxThinking about learning... (12min) - Faculty speaker from UNC -- talking about "thinking about thinking"
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YouTubeWhy Reflect? (10 min) Exploration and review of the importance of reflection as a student/learner.
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YouTubeDeconstructing White Privilege (22min) Dr. Robin DiAngelo is the author of What Does it Mean to Be White? Developing White Racial Literacy and has been an anti-racist educator, and has heard justifications of racism by white men and women in her workshops for over two decades. This justification, which she calls “white fragility,” is a state in which even a minimum amount of racial stress becomes intolerable, triggering a range of defensive moves. These moves include outward display of emotions such as anger, fear, and guilt, and behaviors such as argumentation, silence, and leaving the stress-inducing situation.
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