Clinical reasoning processes: unravelling complexity through graphical representation.

@article{Charlin2012ClinicalRP,
  title={Clinical reasoning processes: unravelling complexity through graphical representation.},
  author={Bernard Charlin and Stuart Lubarsky and Bernard Millette and Françoise Crevier and Marie-Claude Aud{\'e}tat and Anne Charbonneau and Nathalie Caire Fon and Lea Hoff and Christian Bourdy},
  journal={Medical education},
  year={2012},
  volume={46 5},
  pages={454-63}
}
CONTEXT Clinical reasoning is a core skill in medical practice, but remains notoriously difficult for students to grasp and teachers to nurture. To date, an accepted model that adequately captures the complexity of clinical reasoning processes does not exist. Knowledge-modelling software such as mot Plus (Modelling using Typified Objects [MOT]) may be… CONTINUE READING