[IMPROVEDX] variations in variability

robert bell rmsbell200 at YAHOO.COM
Wed Nov 2 17:40:09 UTC 2016

Thanks Yskert,

Not quite sure about the question. I would go with “What are the best ways to help our colleagues make less errors in diagnosis.” 

As an aside I would have thought that making the right diagnosis was ethical within itself.

Once we have clarified what we think are the best ways we can start making progress and doing something. And if  we do not get it right the first time we can change things.

And the "best ways” would include a discussion of conflicts. disclaimers, and litigation issues.

Will take a look at your link - thanks for sending.

> On Nov 2, 2016, at 9:04 AM, Kodolitsch von, Yskert <kodolitsch at uke.de> wrote:
> I understand your question in essence as the following: “How can we make people act in a desirable way?”
> Or: How can we make people go from “is to ought” (David Hume), which may also be formulated as the question “how can we put ethical demands into medical practice?”

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