Haslam D. Haslam’s view: Don’t judge a book by its cover. Practitioner 2017;261(1800):31

Don’t judge a book by its cover

23 Jan 2017Pais-up subscribers

Our patients can frequently surprise us and those initial assumptions we may make can turn out to be wholly and emphatically inaccurate. It can certainly be a great way of uncovering one’s conscious or unconscious biases.

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