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Attribution error results from a positive stereotype

Hartzband co-directs the internal medicine subinternship program. Do you have a case where a medical diagnosis required you to dig beyond the obvious?
May 2011

Priming to diagnose an atypical case, avoid representativeness

Hartzband co-directs the internal medicine subinternship program. Do you have a case where a medical diagnosis required you to dig beyond the obvious?
July 2011

When you look, but don't see the diagnosis

It is valuable to use both kinds of thinking, intuitive and deliberative, in medicine. ... Hartzband co-directs the internal medicine subinternship program. Do you have a case where a medical diagnosis required you to dig beyond the obvious?
January 2011

Seeing the whole diagnostic picture

and knit these pieces together to arrive at the correct diagnosis, mindful that each isolated part of the “elephant” must be combined with the others to yield the correct form. ... Hartzband co-directs the internal medicine subinternship program. By
April 2010

Meld intuition with deliberation to sidestep diagnostic trap

Both kinds of thinking are critical in medicine. Dr. Hartzband. Lynn Bentson, FACP, of the Albany Internal Medicine Group in Albany, Ore., submitted a case that illustrates the importance of combining ... The patient insisted vehemently that he was not
March 2009

What to do when one expects everything to fit, but it doesn't

In this era of cost containment, we are mindful of expensive repeated testing, especially imaging studies, but sometimes multiple assessments are needed in the face of a disease in evolution. ... Hartzband co-directs the internal medicine subinternship
January 2010

It's just old age—or is it? Don't be guided by stereotypes

Chandra said. Finding time to listen to the patient and to obtain input from others, like family and caretakers, is difficult in today's practice of medicine. ... Chandra has become particularly attentive to language. As we saw in a prior Mindful
May 2009

Uncertain diagnosis for pain leads doctor to dig further

One of the most difficult challenges in practicing internal medicine is to avoid missing a serious diagnosis. ... Part of Mindful Medicine is to be aware of the emotional consequences of your thinking.
November 2009

Thinking about our thinking as physicians

Cognitive errors have been the bane of making the right diagnosis, and the final installment of the Mindful Medicine column reviews the previous three years of traps and pitfalls that physicians ... Can thinking about your thinking help prevent these
October 2011

A physician copes with chronic pain

A diagnosis of breast cancer leads to chronic pain that has lingered for 6 years. A physician learns a lesson in adaptation, resilience and moving on. Humility and hope are keys.
November 2013

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