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ISSN: 2643-6760

Surgery & Case Studies: Open Access Journal

Review Article(ISSN: 2643-6760)

The Dunning-Kruger Effect to residents and young Attendings in Intensive Medicine

Volume 5 - Issue 4

Evangelia Michail Michailidou1,2,3,4*

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    • 1Intensive Medicine Department, Hippokration General Hospital, Greece
    • 2Senior Student in the Department of Business Administration, University of Macedonia, Greece
    • 3Masters Degree, International Medicine-Health Crisis Management, Greece
    • 4Member of Health Response team to Crisis Situations of GHTHippokration, Greece

    Corresponding author: Evangelia Michailidou, Consultant Anesthesiologist-Intensivist, General Hospital Hippokratio of Thessaloniki, Konstantinoupoleos 46, Thessaloniki, Greece

Received: August 25, 2020   Published: September 01, 2020

DOI: 10.32474/SCSOAJ.2020.05.000219

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Abstract

The Dunning-Kruger effect refers to the psychological feature bias that leads most people overestimate their abilities or experience. Residents might likewise overestimate their technical skills aptitudes in doing errands like intubation or placement a central line. After they’ve done some intervention techniques, they would have wrongfully a overrated thought of their capacities as a result of their experiential base.Young residents seldom ignore the rules for determination and treatment.They tend to ignore a decision-support devices, indeed when these are readily accessible and known to be important when utilized.Young Intensivistsin common have to progress well-developed metacognitive skills, and when they are dubious around a case they have to be practiced regularly to commit additional time and consideration to the issue and often ask opinion from senior specialists.
“Trust” is viewed as basic to the trainer-trainee relationship, the alleged foundation of our human medical services framework; however, trust ought to be attained. It is required education, qualifications and specifically approved thought for all grades of the hierarchy.

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