Fifty Cognitive and Affective biases.
co1881 at GMAIL.COM
Fri Sep 6 21:11:35 UTC 2013
I wonder if Dr. Croskerry would re-publish the list with the ones that are
most prevalent/cause the most damage, to the lesser ones, less damaging
ones (a hierarchy of damage caused). If he would make the list of phrases,
I would be glad to re-make the list in that order with the explanations
included. I'd like to learn them one at a time, *with the most important
learned first*. Also, this would make a great list for medical
school/residency directors to use and distribute.
Cari Oliver, M.D., J.D.
Cautious Patient Foundation
Oliver Center for Patient Safety and Quality Healthcare, University of
Texas Medical Branch
On Thu, Sep 5, 2013 at 5:17 PM, robert bell <rmsbell at esedona.net> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I have really appreciated Pat Croskerry's list of 50 biases that
> physicians can have when making diagnoses. And have sent to others by
> e-mail to create discussion and thought.
> I wondered if this list could be made more useful? Personally, I would
> never remember the whole 50 biases on the list.
> Could the descriptors more accurately describe the biases to perhaps
> remember more easily; could similar issues be grouped together; perhaps
> could there be an attempt to rank the biases in terms of which are more
> likely to to be present in the average practice situation?
> Which brings up the issue of would the types of biases be different for
> PCPs versus Specialists? And yet again how would you know which are the
> most important without research? If the biases were ranked would you need
> different lists for specialists and PCPs or even different lists for
> different specialities?
> And how would you design a study to pick the biases up? Is there bias
> research in other areas that could perhaps be extrapolated the the medical
> diagnostic arena? e.g. Airline industry?
> And finally, would the list be more useful if there were 5 to 10 main
> Rob Bell, M.D., Ph.C.
> Moderator: Lorri Zipperer Lorri at ZPM1.com, Communication co-chair, Society
> for Improving Diagnosis in Medicine
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