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DID-ACT, European collaborative project on Clinical reasoning in health professions education.

About this project

Project information

Project status

In progress 2020 - 2022

Contact

Samuel Edelbring

Research subject

Research environments

The three year project will investigate the need for explicit clinical reasoning activities and educational support for teachers. Previous research is abundant on definitions and characteristics of clinical reasoning, not the least regarding medical students' diagnostic reasoning. However, little is known on how to best support students' development of CR skills and how CR can be understood with regards to all health professions in a collaborative fashion. This project will explore these aspects and develop a CR curriculum and educational support to teachers.

Link to project website

Link to video about the project

Research group

The international project group. PI Dr. Inga Hege 2nd from the right.

Research funding bodies

  • ERASMUS+

Collaborators