Last week’s RxISK Manifesto post featured an article then just published in BMJ.
The BMJ picture that went with the article looked like this. This gives entirely the opposite message to the article.
The article says a doctors job would be a lot more interesting if they listened and encouraged anyone consulting them to become researchers rather than problems. It also says (implicitly) that the key players are women not men.
The image has males in the frame with the woman marginal. It has the doctor being the reasonable one in the room where they are often – at least when it comes to adverse events – Nasty – see Patient Experiences.
It’s going to take more than words to get the message across.