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Stark M, Fins JJ. Camb Q Healthc Ethics. 2014;23:386-396.
This commentary spotlights the importance of learning about cognitive science to understand and improve diagnostic reasoning in order to prevent errors. Underscoring limits of the Hippocratic Oath, the authors describe the ethical responsibility of individuals and organizations to augment clinical decision-making, judgment, and critical thinking skills as an integral component of professionalism.
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Urmimala Sarkar, MD, MPH; October 2013
Although the mother of a child, born male who identified as and expressed externally as a girl, had alerted the clinic of the child's preferred name when making the appointment, the medical staff called for the patient in the waiting room using her legal (masculine) name.