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Mnemonic checklist facilitates metacognition in clinical decision-making
 

Mnemonic checklist facilitates metacognition in clinical decision-making

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The use of the mnemonic checklist known as TWED (Threat, What else, Evidence and Dispositional factors) enables metacognition in clinical decision-making, according to the results of a preliminary study.
 
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23 Dec 2016 - General
 
Its my first time to encounter this checklist, and I agree that this can be valuable if used as a support tool after making a clinical decision in order to make sure that everything is covered. However, the "What else" portion is quite vagu...
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Metacognition is a cognitive debiasing strategy that clinicians can use to deliberately detach themselves from the immediate context of a clinical decision, which allows them to reflect upon the thinking process. Since cognitive debiasing strategies ...
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