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academic-medicine-logoAre medical students aware of their anti-obesity bias? Medical students have a significant implicit anti-fat bias and two-thirds of those with this bias are unaware it exists. How might this impact the care they, and others in the healthcare community, deliver?
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NPRThe Weight of a Med Student’s Subconscious Bias by Joe Palica Medical students have a significant implicit anti-fat bias and two-thirds of those with this bias are unaware it exists. How might this impact the care they, and others in the healthcare community, deliver?
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YouTubeStory Time – What’s it Like Being So Fat? Synopsis: People ask me questions related to my size all of the time. So I thought I could answer them here in this story time video, talking about my personal experiences of a lifetime struggling with obesity.
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Healthcare QuarterlyNurses' Decisions, Irreducible Uncertainty and Maximizing Nurses' Contribution to Patient Safety Advance Practice Nurses, like all other members of the healthcare team, grapple with irreducible uncertainty when making decisions. In this article, a model for honing our ability to identify, and respond to uncertainty is addressed.
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modernmedicinelogoCoping with Clinical Uncertainty Ever fret over decisions you made in the inexact science called healthcare? You're not alone.
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New York TimesSunday Dialogue: Conversations between Doctor and Patient A series of letters that debate whether clinicians should be assertive or let the patient decide.
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New York TimesWhen the Nurse Disagrees with the Doctor by Theresa Brown How we engage in a dialogue when conflict exists between healthcare professionals is often the most important issue.
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TEDxDare to Disagree by Margaret Heffernan Conflict is often labeled as negative, but is this always, or even frequently, true? In this talk, Margaret Heffernan explores conflict and the positives that can come from it. As healthcare becomes increasingly interprofessional, understanding the benefits of conflict is essential.
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TEDxYour Body Language Shapes Who You Are While we may be able to identify what body language implies about mood, we are less aware that body language can actually influence it. The implications for communication with patients and colleagues may be profound.
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