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Feedback can be risky and we can make mistakes

Feedback can be risky. Increasing #psychologicalsafety and expressing gratitude will help to learn and improve. #meded

Feedback can have interpersonal risky

Enable feedback by promoting psychological safety.

Value honesty

Ask open-ended questions – what did you hear? What did you feel?

Ask for positive and negative feedback

Recognise your own reactions to feedback

Express gratitude

Feedback and errors

Thanks to everyone who’s pointed out our mistake here – we should have double-checked this graphic before putting it out. Apologies for any offence we may have caused.

Responding to feedback

“Science is a process, but it’s also a community. Strive to be a constructive critic and a scientist who invites helpful feedback on your own work.” Advice on how to give and receive criticism from the latest #LTYS column from @ScienceCareers:

science better in the battlefield of ideas

sometimes we as scientists become personally attached to our work and disengaged from the ideals of a dispassionate, objective researcher. 

criticism is the lifeblood of scientific progress, we are ultimately humans who respond emotionally when we feel that our work is under scrutiny or attack.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_E._P._Box

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