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.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoJuly 11, 2018Topics: / / Keywords: /
Washington-Post Is it time for different questions? a report on what REALLY matters about caring for patients.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoMay 7, 2018Topics: / / / / /
medium_logo_detail The first time I hated a patient a raw reflection on internal and external conflict in medicine
Contributor: Francesca CiminoApril 2, 2018Topics: / / / / / / Keywords: / /
Strong backs, soft fronts, wild hearts You can listen or read the transcript of the podcast -- discussion of belonging, race, the shields we put up that interfere with our conversation and how to overcome.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoMarch 12, 2018Topics: / / / / / / / / / Keywords: / / / / / /
TED_light_200x200 Ted Radio Hour: CONFRONTING STIGMA a look at how we stigmatize mental illness, addiction, and other things - and ways to address that issue.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoFebruary 26, 2018Topics: / / / / / / / Keywords: / / / /
NYT Doctors, Revolt! The real work is compassion, empathy, and listening....
Contributor: Francesca CiminoFebruary 26, 2018Topics: / / / / Keywords: / / / /
guardian Do men get better medical treatment? A recent study showed the women receive less CPR than men, but they also are consistently treated less commonly for pain and several other conditions. Why?
Contributor: Francesca CiminoFebruary 19, 2018Topics: / / / Keywords: /
ace Stop Counting and Start Courting: The Role of a Chief Diversity Officer Nicole Roach is Webster University’s first associate vice president for Diversity and Inclusion and senior director for Community Engagement. In this article she shares the process by which Webster University made great progress toward cultivating diversity, taking the emphasis off numbers/demographics, and instead focusing on connections.
Contributor: Jennifer ChangJanuary 18, 2018Topics: / / / Keywords: / /
TEDx Brain Surgery with Words Dr. Ray Barfield is a pediatric oncologist at Duke University and director of pediatric palliative care for Duke. He co-leads The Healing Arts Institute that brings together students from the schools of medicine, nursing and divinity around issues of illness, suffering and death. In this moving TEDx talk, he discusses how he approaches the discussion of dying and death with pediatric patients and their families.
Contributor: Jennifer ChangJanuary 5, 2018Topics: / /
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