Clinical Reasoning describes the thinking and decision-making process associated with clinical practice and as such, applies to all healthcare-related professions.
The decision-making process involves naming and framing of a patient's problem based on a personal understanding of patients and their preferences. In doing so, a range of strategies is used to generate, test, and verify the diagnosis. It also involves weighing the benefits and limitations of both tests and treatments. Clinical Reasoning also incorporates critical thinking, scientific evidence, and assessment of the outcome of the cognitive process in our decision making.
The speaker will take us through some introductory concepts in Clinical Reasoning illustrated with real-life examples.
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Date: 22 July 2020, Wednesday
Timing:6.30 pm - 7.30 pm
Duration: 1 hour
Platform:Zoom Cloud Meetings
Registration Closing Date: 8 July 2020, Wednesday
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