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Choosing Wisely for Interns and Residents

Waste. It’s everywhere.

As frontline doctors, we have the responsibility to focus our efforts on high-value healthcare, and reject the interventions with negligible benefit.

But how can you, the Junior Medical Officer, contribute to the rational use of our precious healthcare resources? 442 more words

Medicine

Choosing Wisely in Long Term Care

Choosing Wisely Canada has developed the following 6 statements that both physicians and patients should review.  I think they are spot on! 160 more words

General

“Choosing Wisely” Campaign Aims to Combat Medical Overuse, Spending

Health care is expensive. Anyone who has accessed health care services knows just how expensive it is and health care costs have continued to increase for decades. 507 more words

Affordable Care Act

Choosing Wisely U is LIVE

After months of travelling, interviewing, writing and editing, I am pleased to announce that #choosingwiselyuk is live. A massive thank you to my interviewees, those who have followed the project from the beginning and those who took the time out to help me make this project a success. 83 more words

Choosing Wisely

Doctor Survey

Before contacting potential interviewees about Choosing Wisely I made a survey for doctors to complete about the initiative. I took a copy of the survey to every interview I had with a doctor and asked them to fill it out and left them with copies of the survey for their colleagues in their practices to fill out. 734 more words

Choosing Wisely

​AN INTERVIEW WITH: PROFESSOR SIR MUIR GRAY

A few days ago i had the pleasure of interview Prof Sir Muir Gray, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. I asked him about the challenge needed to reorientate our health system. 139 more words

Choosing Wisely

Can We Choose Wisely?

Dr Ramai Santhirapala is an Honorary Consultant in Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine at Royal Surrey County Hospital and a Clinical Advisor at the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges. 958 more words

Academic Medicine