Clinical Reasoning, Clinical Knowledge, and Illness Script Concordance
In this webinar we discuss how NEJM Healer supports learning and assessment of clinical knowledge and clinical reasoning through illness script building and concordance.
NEJM Healer provides learners with the case-based, deliberate practice they need to master the clinical reasoning process and build their clinical knowledge. It also provides educators with extensive information on learner performance to help them teach and assess these essential skills.
During this webinar, we:
- Show how NEJM Healer allows learners and educators to teach, practice, and assess clinical knowledge and reasoning skills
- Demonstrate how NEJM Healer prompts learners to activate illness scripts in a unique, engaging format
- Explore how NEJM Healer assesses and provides feedback on illness script concordance and how this approach supports educators' goals in both formative and summative assessment
This webinar is led by David Matthew Furfaro, MD, Associate MICU Director, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Instructor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Rebecca Sternschein, MD, MA, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Instructor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Colin Washington, MD, MPH, General Internal Medicine, Grady Memorial Hospital; and Assistant Professor, Emory University School of Medicine; and Raja-Elie Abdulnour, MD, Lead Editor and Director of Educational Innovation, NEJM Group.
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