Haslam D. Haslam's view: Keeping yourself on track. Practitioner 2016;260(1792):35

Keeping yourself on track

25 Apr 2016Registered users

Making the same mistakes with ever increasing confidence probably applies to the way that many of us practise, or have practised, medicine. It’s a hard thing to admit, and probably a very hard thing to recognise. After all, if you do something that isn’t quite right – something as simple as taking a very minimal short cut – and you get away with it, then whether you are skiing or practising medicine the likely outcome is that you will keep doing it.

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