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Pat Croskerry croskerry at EASTLINK.CA
Sun Jan 24 15:18:12 UTC 2016


My own ‘disposition’ is to know as much about biases as possible, to understand their origins, and to give them their rightful names. 

A Chinese proverb says that you cannot get to know something unless it has a name. 

Carl Linnaeus’ initial efforts to classify all living things gave us the taxonomy and understanding we have to-day.

It can get confusing and babel-like when people give different names for the same thing. 

Pat

 

From: DR WILLIAM CORCORAN [mailto:williamcorcoran at sbcglobal.net] 
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Is the term CDR really helpful? Or is it more of our tower of babel?

 

The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their right names.

 

Confucian Wisdom

 

More at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rectification_of_names    

 

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On Saturday, January 23, 2016 9:35 AM, Pat Croskerry <croskerry at EASTLINK.CA> wrote:

 

CDR stands for 'cognitive disposition to respond'. Initially, we adopted the term to try to overcome the negative connotations of 'bias'. Sometimes being biased can be a good thing but there is a general tendency to see bias negatively as in racial bias or obesity bias.
An example of a good bias is the tendency to over-examine and over-investigate psychiatric patients presenting to the emergency department (given there is a tendency to under-examine and under-investigate them). 

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Dalhousie University,
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CDR???? Critical Diagnostic Reasoning? Confusing Diagnostic Reports? Crazy Doctor Responses??

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1/2) Not much - I have started teaching peds residents and fellows at the bedside as well as at our morning report conference regarding case-specific CDRs. I am starting work with our hospital's quality and safety team and CQO to start to assess knowledge and attitudes among our faculty regarding heuristics, making mistakes, etc. One thought is to make discussions of CDRs a more prominent, regular feature of M&M in part by reframing them as just another system (the human way of processing information) into which error can creep...

3) No way to measure diagnostic errors, minimal research showing effective in change in behavior in real-world practice setting, cultural reluctance for physicians and advanced-practice providers to reveal much less discuss errors, a common language on which to base discussions.

4) Myself

5) Eh...

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From: Elham Yousef [mailto:yousefe at CCF.ORG]
Sent: Friday, January 22, 2016 6:42 AM
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Good morning Team,

I would like to ask all of you to share:

1- What have you done so far at your work places ( hospitals, offices, institutions, medical schools, organizations...etc.) to
    improve diagnoses ?

2- How did you start?

3- What are the obstacles/ barriers ?

4- What are your monitoring ?

5-How are you monitoring? 

6 How successful are you so far?

Elham




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