Date and Time (UK): Jun 07, 2017 - 10:00
Presenter(s): Martin Fischer Host Institution: AMEE/MedEdWorld

Wednesday 7 June 10:00 UK/BST (British Summer Time - GMT + 1HR): Recording of webinar is available below under 'Archive'.

Every graduate leaving university should be able to make evidence-based decisions in practice and provide good reasons for these decisions. Medicine is a field that is characterized by multiple decisions with important and often immediate consequences for patients and society. This webinar focusses on an interdisciplinary model for scientific reasoning and argumentation. It will describe clinical decision making as a special case of reasoning and argumentation in various contexts. The aim of this webinar is to summarize important insights into how clinical decision making works and how it could better be fostered by medical educators. It is aiming at clinical teachers who are interested in a better

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Posted: Jun 07, 2017  by AMEE Administrator