Clinical Reasoning in Medical Education 2017

Tuesday 5 December 2017, National Science Learning Centre, University of York, York YO10 5DD

The 2nd Clinical Reasoning in Medical Education Conference will take place on Tuesday 5 December 2017 at the STEM Centre on campus at the University of York.

The conference is co-hosted by Hull York Medical School and the UK Clinical Reasoning in Medical Education Group (CReME). UK CReME was co-founded byDr Anna Hammond and Dr Janine Henderson with colleagues from Cambridge and Keele University Medical Schools.

The programme will cover:

  • Clinical Reasoning – What is it and Why is it so important in Medical Education?
  • What’s happening nationally?
  • What’s the evidence base for teaching and learning clinical reasoning?
  • Teaching and learning clinical reasoning – content and methods

The conference is aimed at primary and secondary care clinicians, clinical academics involved in curricular design/delivery and those involved in research around clinical reasoning.

Registration is via Hull York Medical School Short Courses, or from the CReME website

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