Do different medical curricula influence self-assessed clinical thinking of students?

@inproceedings{Gehlhar2014DoDM,
  title={Do different medical curricula influence self-assessed clinical thinking of students?},
  author={Kirsten Gehlhar and Kathrin Klimke-Jung and Christoph Stosch and Martin R Fischer},
  booktitle={GMS Zeitschrift fur medizinische Ausbildung},
  year={2014}
}
OBJECTIVES As a fundamental element of medical practice, clinical reasoning should be cultivated in courses of study in human medicine. To date, however, no conclusive evidence has been offered as to what forms of teaching and learning are most effective in achieving this goal. The Diagnostic Thinking Inventory (DTI) was developed as a means of measuring knowledge-unrelated components of clinical reasoning. The present pilot study examines the adequacy of this instrument in measuring… CONTINUE READING