Avoiding Mis-Assessment in Child Welfare
An internet search using the term “most common medical errors,” suggests that misdiagnosis heads the list of the top five. An incorrect diagnosis can result in unnecessary or harmful treatment. It also means that the patient’s true illness won’t be treated right away, if at all, prolonging the patient’s suffering.
Values Versus Underlying Assumptions and Beliefs
When developing strategic plans, child welfare agencies and other organizations need to define the assumptions and beliefs behind their values, writes Tom Morton.