#TeachDx Twitter Chat Series

Upcoming Topic: Research in Clinical Reasoning Education

Event Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Event Time: 8:00 pm CST/ 9:00 pm EST

Moderator: Andrew Olson (@andrewolsonmd)

Special Guests: Temple Radcliffe (@templeratcliffe), Sandra Monteiro (@monteiro_meded), & Jon Ilgen (@Jon_ Ilgen)

Hashtag: #TeachDx


Q1: What are the biggest unanswered questions in clinical reasoning research? #TeachDx

Q2: It is key to move into the clinical environment to study clinical reasoning - what are some key ideas to help this happen? #TeachDx

Q3: Clinical reasoning research, especially diagnosis research, is limited by lack of validated assessments. What assessments are most helpful now - and which should be developed? #TeachDx

Q4: How can we involve patients and families in clinical reasoning research? #TeachDx

Q5: What is the best way to build multi-institutional collaborations in clinical reasoning research? #TeachDx

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