Image: A microscopic conceptual visualization of breast cancer cells Risk & Representation :  A Tumor Board Study Christa ...
Haas & Witte (2001); Bracewell & Witte (2003); Bazerman (1994); Bazerman & Prior (2004); Barton (2004); Sauer (1996); Medw...
See Herndl, Fennell, and Miller (1991); Walzer & Gross (1994); Sauer (1996)
See Simon (1976); Varela, Thompson, and Rosch (1991); and Baron (2006)
Q: What means and modes of deliberation do medical workplace professionals employ while constructing and communicating kno...
Problems of action = Problems of knowledge (Miller, 1990)
“ uncertainty lies in the discrepancy between information available and information needed” (Miller re: Herbert A. Simon, ...
<ul><li>Weekly, 60 min meetings </li></ul><ul><li>Collaborative, multidisciplinary medical discussions about “difficult” p...
Tumor Board handout’s opening statement “ This is a patient-oriented conference which we hope will provide a forum for ren...
1 : gesturing  {+ pointer}
2 : imaging  {base-line comparisons of MRI, CT, PET}
3 : metaphor {Lakoff & Johnson's Conceptual}
The Case of &quot;Edith&quot; (reference handout)
The Case of &quot;Edith&quot; 21 minutes of deliberation Gesture: at least 24 Imaging: at least 7 Conceptual metaphor: at ...
metaphor metaphora =transference meta  (over) pherin  (carry) “ carry over”
L & J: conceptual metaphor Linguistic representations of reality are founded in subjective and  sensorimotor experiences
Figure 1 Figure 2
Conceptual mapping A B
Conceptual mapping Metaphor that has explanatory & descriptive power B A
Conceptual mapping A: Prior  spatial | bodily experiences B: Unknown, difficult, complex process(es)
Conceptual mapping bodily experience aids in understanding complex concepts B A
Image: A microscopic conceptual visualization of breast cancer cells Risk & Representation : A Tumor Board Study Christa B...
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    1. 1. Image: A microscopic conceptual visualization of breast cancer cells Risk & Representation : A Tumor Board Study Christa B. Teston | Kent State University
    2. 2. Haas & Witte (2001); Bracewell & Witte (2003); Bazerman (1994); Bazerman & Prior (2004); Barton (2004); Sauer (1996); Medway (1996); Winsor (2001)
    3. 3. See Herndl, Fennell, and Miller (1991); Walzer & Gross (1994); Sauer (1996)
    4. 4. See Simon (1976); Varela, Thompson, and Rosch (1991); and Baron (2006)
    5. 5. Q: What means and modes of deliberation do medical workplace professionals employ while constructing and communicating knowledge about future action?
    6. 6. Problems of action = Problems of knowledge (Miller, 1990)
    7. 7. “ uncertainty lies in the discrepancy between information available and information needed” (Miller re: Herbert A. Simon, 1990)
    8. 8. <ul><li>Weekly, 60 min meetings </li></ul><ul><li>Collaborative, multidisciplinary medical discussions about “difficult” patient cases </li></ul><ul><li>Patient is not present </li></ul><ul><li>Decisions are made about potential treatment options </li></ul><ul><li>Standards of care collide with in situ, clinical practice </li></ul>Tumor Boards
    9. 9. Tumor Board handout’s opening statement “ This is a patient-oriented conference which we hope will provide a forum for rendering multi-disciplinary opinion and benefit our patients with cancer.”
    10. 10. 1 : gesturing {+ pointer}
    11. 11. 2 : imaging {base-line comparisons of MRI, CT, PET}
    12. 12. 3 : metaphor {Lakoff & Johnson's Conceptual}
    13. 13. The Case of &quot;Edith&quot; (reference handout)
    14. 14. The Case of &quot;Edith&quot; 21 minutes of deliberation Gesture: at least 24 Imaging: at least 7 Conceptual metaphor: at least 41
    15. 15. metaphor metaphora =transference meta (over) pherin (carry) “ carry over”
    16. 16. L & J: conceptual metaphor Linguistic representations of reality are founded in subjective and sensorimotor experiences
    17. 17. Figure 1 Figure 2
    18. 18. Conceptual mapping A B
    19. 19. Conceptual mapping Metaphor that has explanatory & descriptive power B A
    20. 20. Conceptual mapping A: Prior spatial | bodily experiences B: Unknown, difficult, complex process(es)
    21. 21. Conceptual mapping bodily experience aids in understanding complex concepts B A
    22. 22. Image: A microscopic conceptual visualization of breast cancer cells Risk & Representation : A Tumor Board Study Christa B. Teston | Kent State University
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