The Clinical Reasoning Toolkit is full of resources to support clinicians in developing their Clinical Reasoning Skills. It also includes specific information for those teaching the next generation of physicians and other members of the clinical team. Learn more.
There are a wealth of checklists—which are used today in the medical field, and many other industries—that are specifically meant to ensure an error-free cognitive process for diagnosis. Learn more.
These learning cases are for practicing physicians, encouraging them to think around diagnostic decision-making, how diagnostic errors may affect both patients and physicians in their daily practice of medicine, and how errors can be mitigated by physicians. The cases were developed by the American College of Physicians in collaboration with SIDM. The activity offers both CME credit and American Board of Internal Medicine Maintenance of Certification points upon completion.
Aquifer and SIDM have developed a FREE virtual patient course that contains foundational content about diagnosis, including factors that contribute to error and strategies that can be used to avoid error. The course introduces students to the cognitive processes and system-related issues that can lead to errors.
Join researchers in the field to discuss new and emerging research in the area of diagnosis. Journal Club meets a few times a year. Learn more.
SIDM offers resources to support trainees, practitioners, and educators in examining clinical reasoning, critical thinking, and systems factors that underlie diagnostic error. Learn more.
Resources for those interested in getting involved in research examining diagnostic accuracy, timeliness, communication, and the diagnostic process. Learn more.
Other External Resources
- IM Reasoning Podcasts - Dr. Art Nahill and Dr. Nic Szecket present case discussions, conversations and interviews that explore issues important to medical students, trainees and practitioners of clinical medicine, with a special focus on clinical reasoning--the once-mysterious process behind the remarkable abilities of the master clinician.
- Lisa Sanders' Diagnosis Column in the New York Times
- Missed It - Michael Green, MD's comic in the Annals of Internal Medicine
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