Unicist healthcare cybernetics avoids heroism


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Healthcare problems have to be managed with extreme care. There is no room for heroic attitudes when dealing with diagnoses and cures. It is a question of ethics. That is why this activity requires having a mature attitude to deal with cures but leaving a little bit of heroism for the social attitude that sustains cures. The place for heroism is in the amplitude of the curing effort but not in its individual application. Heroism applied in the curing of patients is naturally a pseudo-heroic action.

Learn more about the role of heroes and pseudo-heroes at:
http://unicist.net/management/

Diana Belohlavek

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