Clinical reasoning cycle
Clinical reasoning is a cognitive and metacognitive process that involves elements of critical thinking (thinking like a health professional). It is a cognitive process that manifests into an action. It is a way clinicians can think about the issues they encounter in clinical practice.
This section of the website has information and resources relating to how the Clinical Reasoning Cycle can inform clinical practice and used as a tool to support students in the health environment.
The site contains:
- A presentation on the practical application of the cycle presented by Angela McKay at a Supporting Students in the Workplace Workshop in 2013
- A video clip from a Clinical Reasoning Cycle Masterclass presentation held in Hobart by Tracey Levitt-Jones in 2013.
- A FAQ site to register any questions regarding the cycle and process