#134 Diagnostic Errors & Excellence
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What does medical education research say about improving diagnostic errors? What habits help in getting to diagnostic excellence? Timestamps 01:00 System 1 vs. System 207:46 Cognitive Biases13:46 Case for Knowledge18:29 Other Practices to Decrease Error28:26 Conclusion CME: http://bit.ly/CIMCME || Show Notes & Transcript This episode is made in part of ACP’s Diagnostic Excellence curriculum Tags: IMCore, CoreIM, clinical reasoning, system 1 vs. system 2, cognitive bias, feedback and reflection Find the best disability insurance for you: https://www.patternlife.com/disability-insurance?campid=497840 Our Sponsors: * Use code 50COREIM for HelloFresh, America's #1 Meal: http://hellofresh.com/50COREIM Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
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