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Incompetent And Unaware: We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know

Discussion in 'ScubaBoard Articles' started by GLOC, Apr 29, 2016.

  1. GLOC

    GLOC Nassau Grouper

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  2. bowlofpetunias

    bowlofpetunias Oh no, not again! Staff Member ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Awesome article. Some of the comments would be particularly beneficial for people participating in A & I threads! Thanks
     
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  3. Duke Dive Medicine

    Duke Dive Medicine ScubaBoard Supporter Staff Member ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Gareth, this is brilliant and could be applied to lots of other areas besides diving - I'm thinking this would be great to show new graduate nurses.
     
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  4. Storker

    Storker ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    It may be my pettiness, but I love how you start that article by quoting Kruger and Dunning.
     
  5. Trying Scuba

    Trying Scuba Angel Fish

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    Excellent. Passed it on to our QA person. I work in a hospital laboratory.
     
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  6. GLOC

    GLOC Nassau Grouper

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    Thanks for all the comments.

    These issues aren't just diving related, but applicable to so many walks of life. The healthcare area is a domain I am looking at too and have just finished two sessions with part of an ICU team looking to develop their teamwork and communications skills.

    Fundamentally, without a Just Culture we will not learn. Sidney Dekker (and many others) make it quite clear: there are two reasons to undertake an investigation after an adverse event - you can either look to blame someone, or you can look to learn from the event. Unfortunately the two are mutually exclusive!!

    If you want any more information, or have questions, just ask away! I love to help people!!

    Regards

    Gareth
     
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  7. CNDive

    CNDive Dive Charter

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    Useful article post. Here waiting new post from you and Some of the comments would be particularly beneficial for people participating Thanks in advance
     
  8. OrcaTorch

    OrcaTorch Dive Equipment Manufacturer

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    Nice article. The principles like checklists and learning from failture with feedback is also useful for our normal life and daily work.
     
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  9. OrcaTorch

    OrcaTorch Dive Equipment Manufacturer

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    :)
     
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  10. Gaucho223

    Gaucho223 Nassau Grouper

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    Nice article Very nice indeed. I like where this is going...

    There is something else to wiggle into the conversation the future: reasoning from deductive, inductive to abductive learning & reasoning models.

    Sure we learn, massively I might add, from failure analysis. Human learning or repetitive adaptation comes through many forms. In the video did the guy who merely turned because of the crowd actually learn something? Or did we as the observer?

    Field experience is great when managing failures or risky situations and especially team debriefing during success and failure are emphasized. I am passionate about conducting failure analysis beyond talking (arm chairing the situation) about but actually reheasrsing what went wrong and replaying if we would have responded accordingly (or not)?

    Just my four cents worth...btw: this is good stuff!!

    Thanks for the opportunity to pipe up on a relevant subject.

    Peace.
     

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