Clinical reasoning is a skill that all healthcare providers must have to achieve good patient outcomes. Teaching students effective and appropriate clinical reasoning abilities should be a goal of all health science education. Expert providers, who are now faculty who are teaching clinical reasoning to students, can have a very difficult challenge in transferring this cognitive process. Health science educators need to employ different strategies for improving clinical reasoning both in didactic, lab and clinical rotations. Explore during this webinar different educational strategies that will provide you will a toolbox of techniques to improve your students’ clinical reasoning abilities.
- Christie Cavallo