¿Qué es la calibración diagnóstica? (Error en medicina) | 30 SEP 13

Precisión diagnóstica y exceso de confianza en médicos

Este estudio sugiere que podría no haber buena asociación entre la precisión diagnóstica de los médicos y su confianza en esa precisión. Mejorar esta asociación y aumentar el empleo de recursos en los casos difíciles podría reducir los errores diagnósticos.
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