Clinical Reasoning Geoff Norman
A good starter video to learn about clinical reasoning from a physician who researches expert diagnostic reasoning.
The New Diagnostic Team Mark Graber
A founder of the field of diagnostic error prevention proposes that diagnosis is a team effort, and discusses how effective teamwork aids the diagnostic process.
Clinical Problem Solving (Coursera) Catherine Lucy A comprehensive video set on clinical thinking, drawing on many concrete examples, as taught by UCSF's vice dean for education who is renowned for her grounding in the learning sciences.
A Universal Model of Dx Reasoning Pat Croskerry
An engaging description of Croskerry's rationality-based approach to decision-making, including System 1 and System 2 decision-making, and the interactions between the systems.
Medical Decision-Making Harold Sox, et al.
This “go-to” textbook presents a step-by-step guide to understanding how, through the processes of decision analysis, a physician can reach valid, reasoned conclusions about medical treatment despite imperfect information about the patient.
The Science of the Art of Medicine John Brush (iBook available on iTunes)
Providing simple examples, visual explanations, and historical context, this book shows readers how to think clearly about the logic, probability, and cognitive psychology of medical reasoning to help make better probability estimates in clinicians' daily work.
Thinking, Fast and Slow Daniel Kahneman
How do cognitive biases affect us as humans? This book lays the groundwork broadly across life.
Learning Clinical Reasoning Jerome Kassirer, John Wong, and Richard Kopelman
This seminal book explains the chief components of the clinical reasoning process and discusses cognitive error in medicine. The second section contains 69 cases in which clinicians "think out loud" about diagnostic and therapeutic dilemmas, and the authors critique these clinicians' reasoning.