Teaching Clinical Reasoning: Making It Visible, Making it Happen
Explore how clinicians engage in the clinical reasoning process, and also learn strategies that boost your skills in teaching and assessing clinical reasoning.
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This module is engaging and includes multiple brief video vignettes followed by pulse-check questions. Foundational principles of clinical reasoning are covered and application to teaching strategies is emphasized.
- Describe theories, concepts, and models that are prominent in the literature related to clinical reasoning
- Identify and evaluate the ways in which novice learners perform the steps in the clinical reasoning process
- Utilize new teaching strategies to promote the learner's development of clinical reasoning skills
Component Parts and Time Commitment
Teaching Clinical Reasoning: Making it Visible, Making it Happen
The total instructional time is 60 minutes.
- Dual Process Theory: The Story of the Kouros - 8 min.
- Cognitive Continuum Theory: A Blending of Intuitive and Analytical Reasoning - 10 min.
- Hierarchy of Thinking: Deep vs Superficial Learning - 8 min.
- A Simulation: Inquiry and Advocacy Teaching Interaction - 7 min.
- Teaching Strategies - 4 min.
- Clinical Reasoning Model: A Five-Step Process - 11 min.
- A Simulation: Teaching Clinical Reasoning One Step at a Time (Part A) - 5 min.
- A Simulation: Teaching Clinical Reasoning One Step at a Time (Part B) - 4.5 min.
- Wrap-Up - 7 min.
- Final Assessment
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