Who invented the medical checklist?
ESTABLISHING THE VALIDITY OF MEDICAL CHECKLISTS  Dr. Peter Pronovost and a team from Johns Hopkins proved this when they implemented a checklist aimed toward ensuring evidence-based practices for catheter insertion procedures.
What is the right thing to do in life?
Improve Your Life: 10 Things You Should Do Every Day
- 1) Get out in nature. You probably seriously underestimate how important this is.
- 2) Exercise.
- 3) Spend time with friends and family.
- 4) Express gratitude.
- 5) Meditate.
- 6) Get enough sleep.
- 7) Challenge yourself.
- 8) Laugh.
What is the Checklist Manifesto?
An intellectual adventure in which lives are lost and saved and one simple idea makes a tremendous difference, The Checklist Manifesto is essential reading for anyone working to get things right.
Can a checklist help you beat the stock market?
When Gawande writes that an investment manager he knows believes a checklist can help him reliably beat the stock market, the case seems to have been pushed too far. Yet despite its evangelical tone, “The Checklist Manifesto” is an essential primer on complexity in medicine.
Can checklists help us manage the complexity of modern life?
Gawande, a professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School and a staff writer at The New Yorker, makes the case that checklists can help us manage the extreme complexity of the modern world. In medicine, he writes, the problem is “making sure we apply the knowledge we have consistently and correctly.”
Can a simple checklist really help prevent hospital infections?
As Atul Gawande argues in “The Checklist Manifesto,” these are situations where a simple to-do list could help. For example, a five-point checklist implemented in 2001 virtually eradicated central line infections in the intensive care unit at Johns Hopkins Hospital, preventing an estimated 43 infections and eight deaths over 27 months.