Archive for May, 2018
How do you make decisions, not just in clinical work but in life? Do you ponder, obfuscate, data gather endlessly, look for hints or clues, match outcomes with risk benefit analysis or have a random set of parameters that are defined by mood and time?
Do you qualify decisions based on an abstract level of importance or keep a mental decision tree in your head that allows a structured approach that you have become reliant upon; are these processes knocked off course by emotion, stress and wellbeing or ultimately led by these? Read the rest of this entry »