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Teaching Clinical Reasoning is newest title in Teaching
PHILADELPHIA, August 3, 2015 --
Teaching Clinical Reasoning, the newest book in the
Teaching Medicine series, is designed to help medical educators of
various levels enhance their clinical reasoning abilities. The book
is available individually or as a part of the complete seven-book
Teaching Medicine set.
"Teaching Clinical Reasoning is a wonderful resource
for medical educators in the office, classroom, or hospital, as
well as those who lead teams and are members of teams," said Wayne
J. Riley, MD, MACP, president, ACP. "An important component of
participating in these teams is clinical reasoning, and this book
covers a range of medical education topics to aid in the
development of these skills."
Edited by Dr. Robert L. Trowbridge, Dr. Joseph J. Rencic, and
Dr. Steven J. Durning, experts in education, clinical reasoning,
and clinical medicine, Teaching Clinical Reasoning
summarizes important medical education literature in a concise
format. The book explores instructional methods of modern medical
education including the importance of diagnostic reasoning, how to
combine theoretical concepts and practice when teaching clinical
medicine, and new approaches to continuing professional
The book also focuses on establishing diagnoses including the
collection and analysis of information that is used to form a
diagnosis, and acknowledging that making diagnoses are not always
possible or practical. Chapters are written from multiple
perspectives with key points from each chapter highlighted in a
Teaching Clinical Reasoning will be distributed by all
major distributors and medical book sellers and is available to
www.acponline.org/teachingbooks and www.amazon.com, or by
calling ACP Customer Service at 800-523-1546, extension 2600, or
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