Diagnostic Excellence in the ICU: Thinking Critically and Masterfully, An Issue of Critical Care Clinics
In this issue of Critical Care Clinics, guest editor Paul Bergl brings his considerable expertise to the topic of Diagnostic Excellence in the ICU.
- Provides in-depth, clinical reviews on the latest updates in Diagnostic Excellence in the ICU, providing actionable insights for clinical practice.
- Presents the latest information on this timely, focused topic under the leadership of experienced editors in the field; Authors synthesize and distill the latest research and practice guidelines to create these timely topic-based reviews.
|Author Information||Edited by Paul Bergl, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine Medical College of Wisconsin Hospital Specialty Clinics, Froedtert Hospital, Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital Milwaukee, WI|
|Table of Content||Diagnostic Error: Why Now?
Diagnostic Error in the Critically Ill: A Hidden Epidemic?
Dual Process Theory and Cognitive Load: How Intensivists Make Diagnoses
Decision Making: Healthy Heuristics and Betraying Biases
Enhancing Analytical Reasoning in the Intensive Care Unit
Diagnostic Stewardship: Appropriate Testing and Judicious Treatments
Intensive Care Unit Decision-Making in Uncertain and Stressful Conditions Part 2: Cognitive Errors, Debiasing Strategies, and Enhancing Critical Thinking
Learning from Missed Opportunities Through Reflective Practice
Promoting Critical Thinking in Your Intensive Care Unit Team
Enhancing Diagnosis Through Technology: Decision Support, Artificial Intelligence, and Beyond
A Research Agenda for Diagnostic Excellence in Critical Care Medicine
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