rmsbell200 at YAHOO.COM
Wed Nov 16 15:47:00 UTC 2016
"A system's willingness to become aware of problems is associated with its ability to act on them." Sounds like that could be a a banner statement for the whole medical error movement, where to date so little seems to have been achieved.
Rob Bell, M.D.
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On Nov 15, 2016, at 12:44 PM, Edita Falco <edita.falco at GMAIL.COM> wrote:
> Dear members of the list
> you must remember that Battered Child Syndrome was misdiagnosed for years,doctors talk about Fragile Bones Syndrome as no one could think that parents may be so mad...
> It was Henry Kempe who enrolled social services that discovered the truth.
> Some years later Karl Weit choose this case as an example of what he called sensemaking -otherwise attributted to Westrum- "A system’s willingness to become aware of problems is associated with its ability to act on them’ (Westrum, 1993, p. 340). How can I know what I face until I see what my limited actions uncover. Limited actions lead to limited seeing leads to limited awareness. Limited awareness is a big liability in times of impermanence. "
> Another way of missing a diagnosis..how many others may be?
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