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Jun 25, 2024

Linda's selection hails from a relatively unknown journal. The paper's author proposes that there is a link between the quality of case presentations (CP) by learners and the learner’s diagnostic reasoning (DR) ability.

Author: Onishi, H.

Publication details: Assessment of Clinical Reasoning by Listening to Case Presentations: VSOP Method for Better Feedback. Journal of Medical Education and Curricular Development. 2016 (3): 125-131. Link to article abstract