Heuristics could be used to design pedagogies aimed at clinical decision-making, especially to make fewer mistakes.
If compared to individual decisions, using collective intelligence to group diagnoses improves diagnostic accuracy
Interventions to improve reasoning achieve modest results by applying reflection and guided cognitive strategies.
A vast majority of the specialists surveyed rely on Practicum Script to update their knowledge, open their minds to differential diagnoses and gain confidence in decision-making.
Knowledge representation strategies, such as visual thinking networks, improve the resolutive capacity, especially if color is used.
Our strategic alliances for medical education of the Practicum Foundation grow with AMEE's premium institutional membership.
Expanding knowledge and reorganise it by introducing reflection is one of the best strategies aimed at reducing errors in clinical reasoning.
We interview the coordinator of the patient safety committee of the Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires about medical error.
The findings of neurocognitive sciences and research in medical education shed light on the organization of knowledge and clinical reasoning.