Model of Medical Expertise : Why teach "thought process"

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Prapan Yodnophaklao

Abstract

This special article explained the model of medical expertise, including possession of extensive knowledge built through purposeful, continuous engagement in clinical practice; possession of the skills to effectively gather patient stories; reflective integration of that knowledge and those patient stories during diagnoses; and continuous learning through clinical practice. The article was published in Thai language.

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Yodnophaklao, P. (2013). Model of Medical Expertise : Why teach "thought process". Ramathibodi Medical Journal, 36(3), 235-240. Retrieved from https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/ramajournal/article/view/117557
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