Questions to Clarify Reasoning about Case-Related Difficulties

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Questions to Clarify Reasoning about
Case-Related Difficulties
Questions to Clarify Reasoning about
Case-Related Difficulties
“What concerns do you have?”
“What concerns do you have?”
“What are you worried about?”
“What are you worried about?”
“Let’s talk about how you thought about this case.”
“Let’s talk about how you thought about this case.”
“What are you trying to figure out?”
“What are you trying to figure out?”
“Can you compare and contrast your leading hypotheses?”
“Can you compare and contrast your leading hypotheses?”
”Anything else that could explain ……………?”
”Anything else that could explain ……………?”
“What does that do to your thinking?
“What does that do to your thinking?
From Connell, K. et al. Academic Medicine 1999; 74 (Suppl): S10-S12.
From Connell, K. et al. Academic Medicine 1999; 74 (Suppl): S10-S12.
Questions to Clarify Reasoning about
Case-Related Difficulties
Questions to Clarify Reasoning about
Case-Related Difficulties
“What concerns do you have?”
“What concerns do you have?”
“What are you worried about?”
“What are you worried about?”
“Let’s talk about how you thought about this case.”
“Let’s talk about how you thought about this case.”
“What are you trying to figure out?”
“What are you trying to figure out?”
“Can you compare and contrast your leading hypotheses?”
“Can you compare and contrast your leading hypotheses?”
”Anything else that could explain ……………?”
”Anything else that could explain ……………?”
“What does that do to your thinking?
“What does that do to your thinking?
From Connell, K. et al. Academic Medicine 1999; 74 (Suppl): S10-S12.
From Connell, K. et al. Academic Medicine 1999; 74 (Suppl): S10-S12.
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