Simulation to study the diagnostic process

Edita Falco edita.falco at GMAIL.COM
Wed May 31 16:36:06 UTC 2017

Something like that was done by Costoupulos.Am sending her final reporta
and  PDf about a ppt that have translated from her study

On Wed, May 31, 2017 at 12:30 PM, Mark Graber <graber.mark at> wrote:

> Studying diagnosis 'in the wild' is not impossible, but it certainly
> presents challenges.  Another approach, far more controllable and largely
> eliminating the risk of hindsight bias, is to study the process
> proactively, using simulation.  Here's a pioneering study in that direction
> by Daniel Nystrom and colleagues:
> *Virtual Patient Simulation: A Method to Study Diagnostic Process as an
> Emergent Aspect of Information Sampling Behavior*
> Daniel would be happy to provide a personal copy for anyone interested -
> you can reach him at
> Daniel Nystrom <dtnystrom at>
> Mark L Graber, MD
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