Dr. Chad Cook - Clinical Reasoning

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From: Clinically Useful Clinical Reasoning

Dr. Chad Cook - Clinical Reasoning

Episode . Run time 34:07

Course Title: Clinically Useful Clinical Reasoning

Course Description: This course addresses four areas of higher order thinking:

(1) Balancing System I and System II Thinking Processes;

(2) Targeting care that actually matters to health outcomes;

(3) Navigating the unexplained and unknown; and

(4) Recognizing the consequences of what you do (and what you don’t do). These areas are designed to improve decision making for individuals who are new to seasoned clinicians; not early learners.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course, learners will:

1. Understand the definition of higher order thinking

2. Recognize the balance between system 1 and system 2 learning

3. Compare and contrast interventions that influence outcomes the most

4. Recognize that ambiguity is normal in rehabilitation management

5. Analyze the concepts of medicalization and overdiagnosis.

PUBLISHED ON 13TH OF DECEMBER, 2019

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