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    Logan University
   
 
  Nov 24, 2017
 
 
    
2017 Fall Academic Catalog
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CREA10101 Clinical Reasoning I

3 Credit(s)
Lecture Credit: 2
Lab Credit: 1
Contact Hr/Week Lecture: 2
Contact Hr/Week Lab: 1
Contact Hr/Term: 45
This is an entry level course designed to provide the student with a logical and systematic approach to critical thinking. The process of clinical reasoning involves multiple steps between hypotheses generation to diagnostic verification. In this course we will begin with steps of clinical reasoning, continue with history gathering, patient interview, differential diagnosis, and development of patient records. The lecture portion will focus on the components and clinical implications of these procedures. The lab portion of the course emphasizes the hands-on experience of these skills. As we progress forward the students learning experience will include: patient general inspection, common or concerning symptoms and the musculoskeletal exam including problem solving through low complexity patient cases.

 



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