Clinical Reasoning In The Health Profession

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Item#: 9780702062247
Edition 04
Author Joy, Et Al.
Cover Paperback
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Clinical reasoning lies at the core of health care practice and education. Clinical Reasoning in the Health Professions, therefore, occupies a central place in the education of health professionals, the enhancement of professional decision making of individuals and groups of practitioners with their clients, and research into optimal practice reasoning.

Table of Contents
Section 1 Understanding clinical reasoningClinical reasoning: Challenges of interpretation and practice in the 21st centuryRe-interpreting clinical reasoning: A model of encultured decision making practice capabilitiesMultiple spaces of choice, engagement and influence in clinical decision makingClinical reasoning and models of practiceThe development of clinical reasoning expertiseExpertise and clinical reasoningSection 2 The changing context of clinical reasoning and practice The context of clinical reasoning across the health professions in the 21st centuryChanging demographic and cultural dimensions of populations: Implications for healthcare and decision makingClinical thinking, client expectations and patient-centred careNext generation clinical practice guidelinesAction and narrative: Two dynamics of clinical reasoningThe language of clinical reasoningEvidence-based practice and clinical reasoning: In tension, tandem or two sides of the same coin?Methods in the study of clinical reasoningSection 3 Collaborative and transdisciplinary reasoning Collaborative decision making in liquid timesEthical reasoningShared decision making in practiceUsing decision aids to involve clients in clinical decision makingClinical decision making, social justice and client empowermentClinical decision making across orthodox and complementary medicine fieldsSection 4 Clinical reasoning and the professions Clinical reasoning in medicineClinical reasoning in nursingClinical reasoning in physiotherapyClinical reasoning in dentistryClinical reasoning in occupational therapyClinical decision making in emergency medicineClinical decision making in paramedicineClinical decision making in optometryClinical reasoning in dieteticsClinical reasoning in pharmacySection 5 Teaching clinical reasoning Pedagogies for teaching and learning clinical reasoningTeaching clinical reasoning in medical education coursesTeaching clinical reasoning in nursing educationSpeech-language pathology students: Learning clinical reasoningClinical reasoning and biomedical knowledge: Implications for teachingCultivating a thinking surgeon, using a Clinical Thinking Pathway as a learning and assessment process: ten years onInterprofessional programs to develop clinical reasoningAssessing clinical reasoningSection 6 Learning clinical reasoning+ Learning to communicate clinical reasoningDeveloping clinical reasoning capabilityRemediating learning and performance of clinical reasoning in medicineLearning about factors influencing clinical decision makingLearning reasoning using simulationLearning to use evidence to support decision makingLearning to research clinical reasoningLearning clinical reasoning across cultural contextsPeer learning to develop clinical reasoning abilities