Clinical Reasoning

You have all of your client information - how do you pull of of that information together? At every level from novice to expert, clinical judgment regarding diagnosis, management, and on-going evaluation of client outcomes is a fundamentally complex reasoning process which is applied to problems characterized by a multiplicity of potentially varying parameters, and which consumes cognitive resources including time to think as it relies upon core critical thinking skills and habits of mind, integrating our two systems of decision-making, susceptible to the benefits and shortcomings of cognitive dominance structuring. How clinical reasoning is experienced, even by the expert, is not a reliable

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