The Clinical Reasoning of Novice and Expert Occupational Therapists

@inproceedings{Unsworth2001TheCR,
  title={The Clinical Reasoning of Novice and Expert Occupational Therapists},
  author={Carolyn A Unsworth},
  year={2001}
}
Over the past 15 years, research in health sciences has consistently shown that differences in the performance of novice and expert clinicians are predominantly due to their clinical reasoning abilities. Furthering our knowledge of the ways expert and novice occupational therapists reason can help us to explicate the complexities of practice and ultimately assist novices to think like experts. This paper presents the findings of a study which investigated qualitatively and quantitatively the… CONTINUE READING

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