Embracing The Patient-Centric Culture

Embracing The Patient-Centric Culture American physicist and philosopher, Thomas Kuhn said that throughout history, science goes through periods of “normal science” and change.  In periods of “normal science,” everyone is “committed to the same rules and standards for scientific practice,” Kuhn wrote in his 1962 book, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions.  Change occurs when this existing paradigm fails to adequately “meet the problems posed by an environment that [existing institutions] have, in part, created.”1 This type of transformation - which Kuhn called a paradigm shift - can be as tumultuous as a political revolution.  Today we are seeing [...]