Clinical Reasoning in the Health Professions E-Book
Joy Higgs, Mark A Jones, Stephen Loftus, Nicole Christensen
Elsevier Health Sciences, Feb 18, 2008 - Medical - 520 pages
Clinical reasoning is the foundation of professional clinical practice. Totally revised and updated, this book continues to provide the essential text on the theoretical basis of clinical reasoning in the health professions and examines strategies for assisting learners, scholars and clinicians develop their reasoning expertise.
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