enthusiasm hypothesis

A posit that explains the tendency of physicians in a geographic region to become enamoured with a particular type of therapy or diagnostic modality, as an effect of influential leaders involved in regional medical politics, policies, and therapeutic modalities
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enthusiasm hypothesis

Decision-making A posit that explains the tendency of physicians in a geographic region to become enamored with a particular type of therapy or diagnostic modality, as an effect of influential–ie, thought—leaders involved in regional medical politics, policies, and therapeutic modalities
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