Clinical Reasoning in the Health Professions

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 14 févr. 2008 - 520 pages
Clinical reasoning is the foundation of professional clinical practice. Totally revised and updated, this book continues to provide the essential text on the theoretical basis of clinical reasoning in the health professions and examines strategies for assisting learners, scholars and clinicians develop their reasoning expertise.
  • key chapters revised and updated
  • nature of clinical reasoning sections have been expanded
  • increase in emphasis on collaborative reasoning
  • core model of clinical reasoning has been revised and updated

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Table des matières

Clinical decision making and multiple problem
1
Professional practice judgement artistry 181 SECTION 5 Communicating about clinical
16
The context for clinical decision making in the 10 The development of clinical reasoning
113
Clinical reasoning and models of practice 31 11 Expertise and clinical reasoning
123
Clinical reasoning and patientcentred care 77 Joy Higgs Della Fish and Rodd Rothwell
163
Sue Atkins and Steven J Ersser
173
Margo Paterson and Joy Higgs reasoning 329
181
Clinical reasoning research 30 Learning to communicate clinical reasoning 331
191
Multidisciplinary clinical decision making 291 38 Teaching clinical reasoning in nursing
405
Treatment decision making in the medical Suzanne Narayan and Sheila CorcoranPerry
413
Algorithms clinical pathways and clinical 40 Using simulated patients to teach clinical
423
Clinical reasoning to facilitate cognitive 41 Peer coaching to generate clinical reasoning
433
Using open and distance learning to develop
441
using a clinical
451
Teaching clinical reasoning and culture
461
Teaching clinical reasoning to medical
469

A place for new research directions
213
Suzanne Alder and Debbie Horsfall
349
decisionmaking approaches 221 decision making
367
Clinical reasoning in nursing 235 SECTION 6 Teaching and learning clinical
377
Ethical reasoning 279 clinical reasoning
397
reasoning
477
Using mind mapping to improve students
485
Index
493
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Joy has worked for over 35 years as an educator, scholar, researcher and research supervisor at The University of New South Wales, The University of Sydney and Charles Sturt University. She has held appointments as visiting scholar and consultant to a number of Australian and international tertiary institutions. In 2004, Joy received a Member of the Order of Australia award for service to health science education through course development, academic and administrative contributions and research into teaching methods. She was awarded an Australian Teaching and Learning Council Fellowship in 2010. Joy is a member of the Australian Learning and Teaching Fellows Network. In 2015, Joy was appointed a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK. Professor Joy Higgs' key roles at CSU are promoting the advancement of professional practice and education through collaborations in research, scholarship, student supervision, education, organisational change and networking. Joy's research interests are linked to professional practice (the nature of practice across professions, practice wisdom, professionalism, the changing shape of professions in work and society), higher education (quality and innovations), professional education (pedagogies, socialisation, expectations of graduates), practice-based education (pedagogy, curriculum frameworks) and qualitative research strategies.

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