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Teaching clinical reasoning toolkit: Understanding, developing and implementing a clinical reasoning curricula

Date: Saturday 27 August
Time: 0930-1230hrs
Location: Lyon Congress Centre

Monika Sobocan1, Tadej Petreski1, Samuel Edelbring2, Maria Elven2, Andrzej Kononowicz3, Sören  Huwendiek4, Inga Hege5
1 Faculty of Medicine, University of Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia
2 School of Health Sciences, Örebro University, Sweden, Örebro, Sweden
3 Jagiellonian University Medical College, Krakow, Poland
4 Institute of Medical Education, University of Bern,  Switzerland
5 Medical Education Sciences, Medical School, University of Augsburg, Augsburg, Germany

Background: Clinical reasoning is a skillset, which enables clinicians to appropriately identify key clinical problems and apply their knowledge to address them. Our current understanding of clinical reasoning is built on different models leading towards developing a health professional who can decide on the most appropriate management plan for their patient, recognize diagnostic errors efficiently, and contribute to the overall safety of patient management. This workshop highlights the current evidence on clinical reasoning teaching. Through supporting participants to actively collaborate on problem solving, the workshop will enhance the participating educators' abilities of clinical reasoning teaching and equip them for implementation of a clinical reasoning curriculum at their institutions.
Who Should Participate: This workshop is appropriate for novice and advanced health professions teachers and clinical curriculum leads interested in developing a plan of teaching clinical reasoning.
Structure of Workshop: Throughout the workshop participants will be provided tools to understand clinical reasoning and develop methods of teaching clinical reasoning tailored to their curriculum.
Intended Outcomes Participants will be able:

  • to explain key concepts in clinical reasoning and list key features of clinical reasoning teaching

  • apply their understanding of clinical reasoning teaching on different curricular problems


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