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    Clinical reasoning: A guide to improving teaching and practice

    I found this on Facebook posted by Sigurd Mikkelsen, in Norway. Only 3 pages, with a flowchart and Spock-like logic.
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    Thanks for this Diane. After going through the APTA advanced credentialed clinical instructor program I became aware of the "One-Minute Clinical Instructor" model, which follows some of the same process discussed in the article you linked.

    It helped me try to pass on clinical reasoning better with students, but also applying to myself has improved my clinical reasoning and becoming more mindful of my evaluation/examination process.
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    • #3
      I couldn't see it though your link, but I located it here (if this is the same paper).


      Clinical reasoning | A guide to improving teaching and practice
      Volume 41, No.1, January/February 2012 Pages 18-20
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      • #4
        PDF

        Here is the PDF-version of the above link (not behind a pay wall).

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        • #5
          I would add a sidebar to the algorithm, not just will diagnostic testig confirm you hypothesis but also wil it alter treatment. if not don't do it

          ANdy
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