Clinical Reasoning

Communication is an important part of clinical reasoning as we need it in order to:

  • gain important clinical information
  • understand the patient’s problems and goals
  • identify erroneous beliefs or psychosocial factors that may impede management
  • identify the patient’s level of health literacy
  • identify barriers or stumbling blocks to management
  • build a rapport with our patients

Here are some articles to help us with our communication and patient interaction:

Here are some articles on clinical reasoning:

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