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A Clinical Reasoning Tool for Virtual Patients: Design-Based Research Study

A Clinical Reasoning Tool for Virtual Patients: Design-Based Research Study

In addition to traditional teaching methods, VPs offer a safe environment to practice clinical reasoning without harming a patient and to prepare learners for clerkships or bedside teaching [2].However, how clinical reasoning is implemented in VPs varies greatly

Inga Hege, Andrzej A Kononowicz, Martin Adler

JMIR Med Educ 2017;3(2):e21

Increasing Reasoning Awareness: Video Analysis of Students’ Two-Party Virtual Patient Interactions

Increasing Reasoning Awareness: Video Analysis of Students’ Two-Party Virtual Patient Interactions

In the context of medicine, clinical experiences and thorough biomedical knowledge are combined within clinical reasoning, thus facilitating diagnostic and management processes in relation to patients [3].

Samuel Edelbring, Ioannis Parodis, Ingrid E Lundberg

JMIR Med Educ 2018;4(1):e4

Exploring a New Simulation Approach to Improve Clinical Reasoning Teaching and Assessment: Randomized Trial Protocol

Exploring a New Simulation Approach to Improve Clinical Reasoning Teaching and Assessment: Randomized Trial Protocol

Implementing a new educational strategy that assesses clinical reasoning should be particularly exciting in a busy clinical environment such as neonatology.

Thomas Pennaforte, Ahmed Moussa, Nathalie Loye, Bernard Charlin, Marie-Claude Audétat

JMIR Res Protoc 2016;5(1):e26

Employing Computers for the Recruitment into Clinical Trials: A Comprehensive Systematic Review

Employing Computers for the Recruitment into Clinical Trials: A Comprehensive Systematic Review

Neither query was limited to a specific time period:PubMed query 1: (“clinical trial”[Title] OR “clinical trials”[Title] OR “Clinical Trials as Topic”[MESH]) AND (“eligibility”[Title] OR “identification”[Title] OR “recruitment”[Title] OR “Patient Selection”

Felix Köpcke, Hans-Ulrich Prokosch

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(7):e161

The Impact of Medical Students’ Individual Teaching Format Choice on the Learning Outcome Related to Clinical Reasoning

The Impact of Medical Students’ Individual Teaching Format Choice on the Learning Outcome Related to Clinical Reasoning

Clinical reasoning reflects the involved aspects for decision making in the clinical context, and case-based learning turned out to be both effective for teaching clinical reasoning and is preferred by undergraduate medical students [2,3].

Nikolai Schuelper, Sascha Ludwig, Sven Anders, Tobias Raupach

JMIR Med Educ 2019;5(2):e13386

Visualization Environment for Federated Knowledge Graphs: Development of an Interactive Biomedical Query Language and Web Application Interface

Visualization Environment for Federated Knowledge Graphs: Development of an Interactive Biomedical Query Language and Web Application Interface

In “Navigation” mode, the selection of any node in the KG will center the selected node and orient the camera to look directly at it, thus obviating the need for incremental manual navigation.Answer ViewerThe TranQL application integrates the ROBOKOP (Reasoning

Steven Cox, Stanley C Ahalt, James Balhoff, Chris Bizon, Karamarie Fecho, Yaphet Kebede, Kenneth Morton, Alexander Tropsha, Patrick Wang, Hao Xu

JMIR Med Inform 2020;8(11):e17964

A Bayesian Network Decision Support Tool for Low Back Pain Using a RAND Appropriateness Procedure: Proposal and Internal Pilot Study

A Bayesian Network Decision Support Tool for Low Back Pain Using a RAND Appropriateness Procedure: Proposal and Internal Pilot Study

Successful adoption of AI therefore requires combining clinical evidence, patient data, and expert opinion to mirror the clinical reasoning process and provide transparency regarding how predictions have been reached.An LBP decision support tool to guide the

Adele Hill, Christopher H Joyner, Chloe Keith-Jopp, Barbaros Yet, Ceren Tuncer Sakar, William Marsh, Dylan Morrissey

JMIR Res Protoc 2021;10(1):e21804

Clinical Virtual Simulation in Nursing Education: Randomized Controlled Trial

Clinical Virtual Simulation in Nursing Education: Randomized Controlled Trial

At this second meeting, students were invited to do the first knowledge and clinical reasoning test (assessment before intervention—A0).

José Miguel Padilha, Paulo Puga Machado, Ana Ribeiro, José Ramos, Patrício Costa

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(3):e11529