literature pertaining to cognitive bias in the evaluation of trauma patients

HM Epstein hmepstein at GMAIL.COM
Wed Apr 24 14:51:27 UTC 2019


Hi Lisa:

I hope this helps. It may not be directly relevant but it is about trauma triage and heuristics:

Serious games may improve physician heuristics in trauma triage

Deepika Mohan, Baruch Fischhoff, Derek C. Angus, Matthew R. Rosengart, David J. Wallace, Donald M. Yealy, Coreen Farris, Chung-Chou H. Chang, Samantha Kerti, and Amber E. Barnato
PNAS September 11, 2018 115 (37) 9204-9209; first published August 27, 2018 https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1805450115

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On Apr 23, 2019, at 4:48 PM, Lisa Cuttle <l.cuttle at gmail.com> wrote:

Hi all,

Long-time reader, first time poster- I am an ED physician and I will be giving a lecture for a trauma symposium (audience primarily EMS, nursing, and some residents). I plan to talk about cognitive bias in the evaluation of the trauma patient (for example, missing a diagnosis like STEMI or stroke that led to the MVC or fall because of the focus on the injuries themselves). I have a number of good case examples, but was looking for any literature that might be available. My searches have not turned up much thus far. If anyone knows of anything pertinent I would be grateful. Thanks much in advance,

Lisa



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