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Brainstorming definition

Stimulating creative thinking and generation of ideas in response to problems

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Buzz groups defintion

Turning to neighbours to consider concepts

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Snowballing definition

Participants work in progressively larger groups to that individuals join to pairs, pairs to fours, fours to eights etc, ensuring full participation

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Rounds definition

Each person has 30s to 1 minute to discuss the topic, useful at the beginning of a session

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Line ups definition

Asked to adopt a position on a line which represents their view on an issue

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Circular interviewing/questioning definition

Similar to rounds but each person asks a question, usually to the person opposite them, continues until everyone has contributed

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What is diversity

Understanding ourselves

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Define health

The state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease or deformity

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Human rights act 1998

Irreducable moral status of individuals demands that people are treated in ways that are compatible with that moral status

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HRA: Article 2

The right to life

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HRA: Article 3

The right to be free from inhuman and degrading treatment

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HRA: Article 8

The right to respect for privacy and family life

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HRA: Article 12

The right to marry and found a family

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HRA: Article 14

The enjoyment of rights and freedoms irrespective of discrimation

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Define utilitariansim

Maximising good for the maximum number of people

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Why have rationing needs increased

Increased demand
More chronic long term illnesses
Medicalisation of normal events like childbirth
Increase in choice and expensive drugs

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Egalitarian principles

NHS was founded on a requirement to provide all care that is necessary and appropriate to everyone

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What are maximising principles

Essentially utilitarianism
Criteria the maximise public utility

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Libertarian principles

Each is responsible for their own health, well being and fulfilment of life plan

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Leadership models

Laissez faire
Transactional
Transformational

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Laissez faire leadership

Delegation of responsibility

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Transactional leadership

Supervision, reward and punishment

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Transformational leadership

Inspiring your team, getting the most out of them

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What is a doctor in terms of clnical decision making

One who has ultimate responsibilty for difficult decisions using knowledge and judgement

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Aristotle moral virtues

Courage
Integrity

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Aristotle intellectual virtues

Knowledge
Skill
Judgement

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Why is risk estimation hard

People are not good at estimating odds

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Decision making systems

Kahneman and Tversky

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What is the kahneman tversky decision model

Pattern recognition.
Novices decide analytically, experts decide using intuition

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Intuitive decision making

Ability to understand something instantly without conscious reasoning. Recognition and heuristic. Irresistable.