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Clinical Reasoning: The Core of Medical Education and Practice

@inproceedings{Lateef2018ClinicalRT,
  title={Clinical Reasoning: The Core of Medical Education and Practice},
  author={F. Lateef},
  year={2018}
}
  • F. Lateef
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology
  • Clinical Reasoning (CR) is an important aspect of health professional education and practice. The basics and fundamentals, when put together, reflect a physician’s ability to make decisions and diagnoses. The cognitive processes involved in clinical reasoning are complex and layered. CR is the process through which physicians gather cues and data (usually from history and physical examination as well as other clues or information available), process the information, come to an understanding of… CONTINUE READING
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