Month: October 2021
Tuberculosis in South Africa – reflections on how social perspective, cognitive biases and risk perceptions mask an avoidable horror.
We humans misunderstand a lot of things. Our subjective interpretation of established facts is often found wanting. We get things directionally wrong, fail to understand causality or appreciate the magnitude of effects – we often misjudge interconnectivity. It is the systematic element of our cognitive biases that plagued me as I sat staring at my […]