Any thoughts here? The poll that came out a few weeks back on TV doctors and their impact on the perception of physicians was interesting. For those of us who watch "House," we aren't surprised that Dr. Gregory House was seen by physicians as detrimental to their public persona.
However one feels about that, my query is more oriented to how House shares "what he knows" and thusly trains his staff to think the way he does -- both in good and bad ways. Now, I am not advocating that we all become gruff, pill popping professionals -- but what lessons can we learn from this character about effective knowledge transfer?
Patient centred diagnosis: sharing diagnostic decisions with patients in clinical practice. - Berger ZD, Brito JP, Ospina NS, et al. BMJ. 2017;359:j4218.
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