“Not that she didn’t enjoy the holidays: but she always felt—and it was, perhaps, the measure of her peculiar happiness—a little relieved when they were over. Her normal life pleased her so well that she was half afraid to step out of its frame in case one day she should find herself unable to get back.”
- Jan Struther, Mrs. Miniver"
- R. Buckminster Fuller
via Jason Kottke
I am officially enrolled in USCF’s Clinical Problem Solving class by Catherine R Lucey on Coursera!
Why? Because studying the mental process of making -litterally- life saving decisions could only improve my UxD practice… Stay tuned.
Despite striking advances in information technology, clinical problem solving has not yet been effectively replicated by computers, making it essential that clinicians work to develop expertise in this very important skill set. While television shows make this seem like a magical process, work done by cognitive psychologists and medical educators has helped us understand the ways in which expert physicians reason through these difficult problems to help their patients.