The bulk of Cognitive Productivity has just recently been released, but it is already garnering positive feedback from CogZest’s readers. These are people who see expertise not as an end-state, but as an essential and ongoing professional process.
Read & Trust Blogger and software developer, Brett Terpstra, recommended the book for readers who are “interested in reading up on intelligently approaching productivity”.
Some of the biggest challenges we face in medicine are to select, process and use high-caliber information. Dr. Beaudoin has built a new framework to help us understand and tackle these challenges. His book has improved how I think about professional development. I’ve gained concepts and specific strategies to systematically translate knowledge into action.
Dr. Michael Arsenault
CHU St-Justine, University Hospital Centre
Professeur adjoint de Clinique
Université de Montréal
Dr. Arsenault was head of St-Justine’s pediatric emergency ward, which is perhaps the largest such ward in North America.
Another reader : ” I’m enjoying #CognitiveProductivity: lots to think about. You name & explain things that have been worrying me for a long time. […] your focus on memory as a critical aspect of expertise is salutary: a core but usually neglected challenge in teaching/learning.”
Leanpub: “We’ve made Cognitive Productivity the featured book on Leanpub! ”
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