Teaching Clinical Reasoning: Making It Visible, Making it Happen
Explore how clinicians engage in the clinical reasoning process while also learning strategies that boost your skills in teaching and assessing clinical reasoning.
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Sandra L. Larson, PhD, CRNA, APN, FNAP
Dr. Sandra Larson is Vice President of Partnerships and Associate Professor in the Department of Nurse Anesthesia at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science.
Dr. Larson earned her BSN from the University of Illinois, MS in Nurse Anesthesia from Rush University, and PhD in Public Policy Analysis from the University of Illinois.
Dr. Larson’s clinical teaching insights are shaped by her 35 years of patient care, 20 years of preceptor teaching experience, and 7 years of curriculum design and didactic teaching. Her clinical and teaching expertise is in cardiovascular and thoracic anesthesia and she is distinguished to be the first CRNA to lead author research published in the Journal of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Anesthesia. Additional practice and research interests include anesthesia patient safety, and the influence of political, cultural, and economic forces on the evolution of healthcare professions.
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