Making sense of clinical reasoning: judgement and the evidence of the senses.

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BACKGROUND Close noticing, as keen discrimination and judgement between qualities, is a key capability for work in visual domains in medicine. This generic capability is normally assumed, and its specifics are left to develop through experience, as traditional apprenticeship in a specialty. Discrimination is an outcome of learning in the affective domain… (More)

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@article{Bleakley2003MakingSO, title={Making sense of clinical reasoning: judgement and the evidence of the senses.}, author={Alan Bleakley and Richard C Farrow and David Gould and Robert Marshall}, journal={Medical education}, year={2003}, volume={37 6}, pages={544-52} }