AbstractClinical reasoning refers to the process in which practitioners, interacting with their patients, structure meaning, goals, and health management strategies based on clinical data, patient/client choices, and professional judgement and knowledge” (Higgs & Jones, 2000, p. 11). Recent literature in physiotherapy and other allied health professions describes clinical reasoning as moving between cognitive and decision-making processes required to optimally diagnose and manage impairment and physical disabilities (hypothetic-deductive), and those required to understand and engage with patients’ experience of disabilities and impairments (narrative reasoning).
|Date of Award||Mar 2010|
Clinical reasoning in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in Portugal
Cruz, E. J. B. C. (Author). Mar 2010
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis