Teaching, Learning, and Assessment of Clinical Reasoning: A Multidisciplinary View -TLC Program

Skutt Student Center, 104

Wednesday, October 3, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Registration Required: https://www.creighton.edu/teachingandlearningcenter/registration/

Teaching, Learning, and Assessment of Clinical Reasoning: A Multidisciplinary View
Facilitator: Gail M. Jensen, PhD, PT, Dean Graduate School and College of Professional Studies, Vice Provost for Learning and Assessment
(Wednesday, Oct. 3; 11:30-1; Skutt SC 104; lunch will be provided; Zoom)

Every health professional engages in clinical reasoning as it is seen as essential to clinical practice. Yet defining, teaching, studying, and assessing clinical reasoning remains challenging. Is clinical reasoning the same as critical thinking or not? Is clinical reasoning essential to organizing and developing clinical knowledge? If so, how do we teach clinical reasoning in the classroom or can we? When it comes to clinical reasoning, do values matter? There are several theories that apply to this complex phenomenon of clinical reasoning. Are they really helpful?

If you have been challenged with questions like this, then this session is for you. Our multidisciplinary panel will take a deeper dive here into these questions providing insight from disciplinary lens on how we can continue to learn more about the teaching, learning and assessment of clinical reasoning.

Panelists:
• Anne Ozar, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences
• Thomas Svolos, MD, Professor of Psychiatry and Associate Dean, School of Medicine
• Lisa Black, PT, DPT, Associate Professor and Director of Residency and Clinical Education, School of Pharmacy and Health Professions
• Kelly Dineen, RN, JD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Law School
• Lee Budesheim, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences



Contact Info

Mary Emmer
maryemme@creighton.edu
(402) 280-1190

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