Liz Crowe interviews Justin Morgenstern about curiosity in medicine.
Curiosity is the most important thing that Justin brings to medicine. Why?
Because he believes that you can’t be a great clinician or educator without first being curious.
The future of medicine is based on asking questions – what if?
In the critical care environment, when you are under pressure, your brain will often resort to the first solution that comes to mind.
Being curious helps us double check our decisions.
What could I be missing? What else could I be doing?
We often forget to ask about the person sitting in front of us.
One or two minutes of curiosity can change an entire management plan.
Curiosity makes you a better practitioner.
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