Twitter Chat on The Value of Mistakes
Amanda.Staller at IMPROVEDIAGNOSIS.ORG
Tue Oct 16 18:34:14 UTC 2018
The Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine will host its first in a series of Twitter chats focused on clinical reasoning on Wednesday, October 17 at 8:00 PM CT. If you're active on Twitter, we hope you can join us by following @ImproveDX<https://twitter.com/ImproveDX> and using our hashtag #TeachDx<https://twitter.com/hashtag/TeachDx?src=hash>.
Event Date and Time: Wednesday, October 17 - 8:00 pm CT
The Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine (SIDM) will host a Twitter chat focused on The Value of Mistakes.
Key to reducing error is acknowledging when they happen. How do we maximize learning while minimizing harm and risk in mistakes? Join us to discuss this critical aspect of #TeachDx.
Moderator: Andrew Olson, MD, FACP, FAAP, University of Minnesota Medical School
Join the conversation with #TeachDx.
* Q1: What is the role of mistakes as learners master the art and science of great care and great diagnosis? How can educators optimize mistakes for trainees and for patients alike?
* Q2: As we #TeachDx educators stand in a true dilemma. How do we allow mistakes to happen when we know they are valuable, without risking patient care and patient trust? Is it possible at all?
* Q3: Can we design simulation experiences or scenarios that are realistic enough for teaching and learning clinical reasoning and provide an authentic experience of mistakes?
* Q4: How safe do you feel in your environment to give or seek feedback?
* Q5: How do we optimize environments to the value of mistakes?
* Q6: How can we create forums that shift the emphasis from blame to learning? What would the conditions for such forums be?
* Q7: If you have made a mistake: where/how did you find out about it? How soon?
Digital Content Manager
Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine (SIDM)
Amanda.Staller at Improvediagnosis.org<mailto:Amanda.Staller at Improvediagnosis.org>
Moderator: David Meyers, Board Member, Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine
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