A ‘think aloud’ exercise to develop self-awareness of clinical reasoning in students

This study aimed to evaluate a teaching tool, established in other disciplines, for developing students' clinical reasoning skills.

Using patient experiences of emergency and unscheduled care for quality improvement

The term ‘patient’ is one that has traditionally refected a biomedical provision of care that focused on an unequal relationship with an active practitioner and a passive patient; perhaps best...

Kerbside consultations: advice from the advanced paramedic to the frontline

Telephone communication for consultation purposes is widely used in medicine (Thomas et al, 2001). This can range from nurses triaging patients, to the reporting of imaging or laboratory results....

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