Oct 18, 2011 — Sooner or later most people who are trying to make a medical decision have to decipher statistics that describe how successful a particular treatment is likely to be. It's not as hard a task as you might think.
Mar 16, 2007 — When a doctor misdiagnoses a patient's maladies, the results can be fatal. But rather than a technical mix-up, such flubs often are due to errors in thinking by the physician, Harvard's Dr. Jerome Groopman says.
Mar 14, 2007 — Dr. Jerome Groopman, a staff writer at The New Yorker, has written a book about how doctors make decisions regarding their patients. It's called How Doctors Think.