By Tim Sandle

Published in: IVT BLOG

Published on: September 24, 2021

Introduction: Critical thinking is an approach to learning that forms part of many university curricula as well as for wider society (1). However, all too often in the world of work the critical thinking approach seems to dissipate and this can have negative consequences in terms of decision making. Within pharmaceuticals and healthcare, this can result in weak root cause analysis, poorly set CAPAs, weakly thought-out change controls and so on.

This article is one of a three-part series about critical thinking in the context of pharmaceutical and healthcare organizations: Critical thinking #1: Why pharmaceuticals and healthcare needs more critical thinkers. Critical thinking #2: Reading research papers. Critical thinking #3: Self-questioning and questioning for a better outcome.

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