A Biopsychosocial Approach for Students and New Grads: A critical thinking and principles based approach
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A Biopsychosocial Approach for Students and New Grads: A critical thinking and principles based approach

Zak shares an engaging perspective and story of a well intentioned new grad biomedical enthusiast turned BPS advocate. 

The goals of this presentation are to make an argument for why critical thinking is truly the most important "tool" in your toolbox, and to follow that up with concepts that are immediately applicable into the clinic the following day utilizing a BPS framework. 

 

Learning objectives

> You should be able to understand a brief overview of the biopsychosocial model (BPS)

> You should be able to explore the argument of "emptying your toolbox" for critical thinking

> You should be able to understand four core principles for executing BPS framework

> You should be able to identify actionable critical thinking strategies to navigate a case study

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