We like to think our decision making is rational. That we make the most logical decision with the information available. However, behavioural science tells us this is not true. Our decision making is influenced by biases, and physicians are not immune to this.
Join Professor Ian Scott in a discussion about the cognitive biases that physicians experience in their clinical decision making and how this can play a role in the continued delivery of low-value care.
Watch the recording here.
Download the slides here (PDF).
As physicians act to reduce low-value care through implementing Evolve and Choosing Wisely recommendations they must take care that these recommendations do not increase existing inequities for Māori.
Join Professor David Tipene-Leach and Dr Derek Sherwood as they discuss key findings from the Choosing Wisely Means Choosing Equity report, including why considering equity in this context is so important and messages for physicians on their role in reducing healthcare inequities.
Tuesday, 16 March 2021
5pm-6pm (AEDT) / 7pm-8pm (NZDT).
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