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Teaching and Assessing Clinical Reasoning Skills

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Department of Medicine Grand Rounds

Teaching and Assessing Clinical Reasoning Skills

Wednesday, March 20, 2024
10-11am MST | 12-1pm CST

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What makes a good clinician is not just their knowledge, but how they utilize what they know to improve a patient's condition and initiate the best course of action. Clinical reasoning skills require high levels of integration, interpretation, and organization of information, in order to problem-solve within the clinical setting. 

Join us virtually as we discuss a variety of methods to teach and share feedback regarding the clinical reasoning skills of learners.

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Doug Jones, MD, FAAFP
Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine
Program Director, Family Medicine
Creighton University School of Medicine - Phoenix

Dr. Doug Jones received his medical degree from Wake Forest University in North Carolina and completed his residency at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. He has worked in graduate medical education for over 15 years, owned his own practice for several years, and began teaching a residency program in Utah. Dr. Jones has been with the Creighton University Family Medicine Residency for over four years and is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.


Questions? Contact jessicaseaman@creighton.edu

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Wednesday, March 20 2024 – 12:00 to 1:00PM
Add to Calendar 20240320T120000Z 20240320T130000Z America/Chicago Teaching and Assessing Clinical Reasoning Skills <p>Department of Medicine Grand Rounds</p> <h2>Teaching and Assessing Clinical Reasoning Skills</h2> <p><strong>Wednesday, March 20, 2024<br /> 10-11am MST | 12-1pm CST</strong><br /> <strong><a href="https://creighton.zoom.us/j/98190120646" target="_blank">Join via Zoom</a></strong></p> <p>What makes a good clinician is not just their knowledge, but how they utilize what they know to improve a patient's condition and initiate the best course of action. Clinical reasoning skills require high levels of integration, interpretation, and organization of information, in order to problem-solve within the clinical setting.&nbsp;</p> <p>Join us virtually as we discuss a variety of methods to teach and share feedback regarding the clinical reasoning skills of learners.</p> <drupal-media data-entity-type="media" data-entity-uuid="608a3da6-1d1d-4ec5-aa88-355742d21251"></drupal-media> <p><strong>Doug Jones, MD, FAAFP<br /> Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine<br /> Program Director, Family Medicine<br /> Creighton University School of Medicine - Phoenix</strong></p> <p>Dr. Doug Jones received his medical degree from Wake Forest University in North Carolina and completed his residency at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. He has worked in graduate medical education for over 15 years, owned his own practice for several years, and began teaching a residency program in Utah. Dr. Jones has been with the Creighton University Family Medicine Residency for over four years and is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.</p> <hr /> <p>Questions? Contact&nbsp;<a href="mailto:jessicaseaman@creighton.edu?subject=Research%20Faculty%20Development%20Series%20Question" target="_blank">jessicaseaman@creighton.edu</a></p> Online via Zoom

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