Sep 302011
 

It is with great sadness that one of the first pieces of news that I bring you is the death of Max Boisot earlier this month in the UK.

Max Boiset at the HK KMS conference in 2010Max at the 2010 HK KMS conference

As many of you know, Max presented on two occasions to the HKKMS, the first of which was to a small group of corporate members at the FCC in December of 2009. Many of you though will remember him as the keynote presenter at our Conference in March 2010. We have a recording of that talk and will look to make it available on this site in the near future.

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Aug 222011
 

Speaker Prof. Dr. Maxie Wilkesmann

We welcome Professor Dr. Wilkesmann to the September meeting of the Society.
While the focus of KM has mainly been about the capturing and sharing of knowledge, how can we draw benefits from studying the unknown , sometimes referred to as  Ignorance Management. The session will have relevance to not
only those in the medical profession , but also those taking important decisions when they lack all the information they need.

The meeting will be held at our usual venue Conference Room 1, 22/F, United Centre 95 Queensway (Admiralty MTR Station)

The event is free for members of the HKKMS and HK$200 for non-members

To register for the event, please complete the following form:

Synopsis

In their daily work, physicians have to deal with incomplete decision-making. Mostly, they have no time or no resources to gather all relevant information before they make a diagnosis or administer a therapy. Inconsistent decisions made can lead to further suffering. In the worst case ignorance can cause death. From the management’s point of view, inconsistent decisions can lead to cost escalation, lengthier treatment periods, or legal actions.

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Jul 222011
 

Dr Ben Goerzel from the US has agreed to speak to the Society on the above topic on 28 July.

Please find below the abstract of the talk and Bio of the speaker.

Time: Thursday 28th July (6.30pm – 8.00 pm)
Venue:  Conference Room 1, 22/F, United Centre 95 Queensway (Admiralty MTR Station)
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