Good risk decisions are often informed by a combination of factual and instinctive thinking. Intuition is embedded within a broad clinical reasoning framework, and can be a vitally important tool in our decision-making processes. However, it is to be used with caution, largely as an alarm bell reminding us to seek out more information, or the perspectives of others. In this video I explore the role intuition may have to play for informing the decisions we make.
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