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It has been several days since hundreds of letters from the Santa Barbara County health Department were mailed to patients of a local clinic. Those letters warn patients to get tested for Hepatitis B, C, and HIV.
“It’s the accident that just keeps on giving,” says Teresa Turner, a resident of Atascadero.
In 2011, 55-year old Turner says a drunk driver crashed into her, sending her to Dr. Allen Thomashefsky’s Santa Barbara Medical Clinic.
“Dr. Thomashefsky is a very friendly person, he seems to be a good guy,” says Turner. “The office was very clean and there was nothing out of the ordinary.”
At his office, Turner says she underwent therapy.
“Neck, back, and abdominal muscle,” says Turner. “I had several injections.”
When say this week’s news, a familiar face came up.
“It was announcing who the doctor was and it was Dr. Thomashefsky,” says Turner.
A phone call later to the Santa Barbara County Health Department, Turner was told she needs to get tested for possible Hepatitis B, C, and HIV. An appointment that could not come soon enough.
“Monday although it is only a couple of days away, it seems like it is very far away,” says Turner. “They are infectious diseases and I am concerned that they could have been shared with someone else.”
Turner says she knows the test results could be life changing.
“If I was to be infected by one of those, you feel like you are kind of labeled with a virus, how are people going to treat you,” says Turner.
She has made an appointment with her doctor in Paso Robles and hopes her story will help others take the necessary steps to move on.
“Because you don’t want to hide from this,” says Turner. “It is a very important and serious issue and you have to go on that path and deal with it.”
Kevin Dutton is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Oxford. He is specialises in the study of Psychopaths, but rather than the traditional forensic route Dutton takes interest how the ‘symptoms’ of psychopathy can have an advantage in a modern world that is fraught with stressors. The psychopath often described as having a selection of specific traits such as cunning and manipulativeness, lack of remorse or guilt, callousness and lack of empathy, charm, grandiose estimation of self, need for stimulation and pathological lying. Not the best characteristics to put on a C.V. It is included in the DSM under the classification of Antisocial Personality Disorder. However in his book The Wisdom of Psychopaths Dutton discusses how these traits are rewarded in society particularly as resistance to stress where others feel the pressure, psychopaths are able to thrive. Self doubt and fear can impair decision making, the psychopath is arguably resistant to this –but would you want one as your boss? Dutton is clear that this is far from the glorification of violent psychopaths (stating only a small minority of psychopaths are violent) rather acknowledging that the ‘spectrum of psychopathy‘ which all people can be measured and the right characteristics in the right circumstances can be a force for good – hence his term ‘the good psychopath‘.
Here is a quote from Dutton’s book the Wisdom of Psychopaths, from James Geraghty cited as one of the UK’s leading neurosurgeons.
“I have no compassion for those whom I operate on. That is a luxury I simply cannot afford. In the theatre I am reborn: as a cold, heartless machine, totally at one with scalpel, drill and saw. When you’re cutting loose and cheating death high above the snowline of the brain, feelings aren’t fit for purpose. Emotion is entropy, and seriously bad for business. I’ve hunted it down to extinction over the years.”
Do we need people like this in such high stakes roles where emotion maybe a hindrance rather than a help? Or is compassion an essential characteristic that allows a surgeon to consider the long term impact of their work?
In fact jobs that Psychopaths are believed to flourish in are;
3. Media (Television/Radio)
7. Police officer
8. Clergy person
10. Civil servant
here’s the list of occupations with the lowest rates of psychopathy:
6. Charity worker
8. Creative artist
Could you spot a Psychopath? Take the test here.
An online study with over 2 1/2 million British participants found the following results relating to psychopathic tendencies.
Dutton discusses how Psychopaths process ethical dilemmas differently.
Kevin Dutton is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Oxford. He is specialises in the study of Psychopaths, but rather than the traditional forensic route Dutton takes interest how the ‘symptoms’ of psychopathy can have an advantage in a modern world that is fraught with stressors. The psychopath often described as having a selection of specific traits such as cunning and manipulativeness, lack of remorse or guilt, callousness and lack of empathy, charm, grandiose estimation of self, need for stimulation and pathological lying. Not the best characteristics to put on a C.V. It is included in the DSM under the classification of Antisocial Personality Disorder. However in his book The Wisdom of Psychopaths Dutton discusses how these traits are rewarded in society…
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