Clinical Reasoning / Expertise
Stoynova V, Eva KW. Transitioning to Telehealth: The Multifaceted Impact of a Midcareer Transition in Practice. Academic Medicine. 2023 May 25;98(6):736-742.
Betinol E, Murphy S, Regehr G. Exploring the development of adaptive expertise through the lens of threshold concepts. Medical Education. 2023 Feb;57(2):142-150.
Modeling Diagnostic Expertise in Cases of Irreducible Uncertainty: The Decision-Aligned Response Model
Pusic MV, Cook DA, Friedman JL, Lorin JD, Rosenzweig BP, Tong CK, Smith S, Lineberry M, Hatala R. Modeling Diagnostic Expertise in Cases of Irreducible Uncertainty: The Decision-Aligned Response Model. Academic Medicine. 2022 Dec 22;98(1):88-97.
Kale M, Regehr G, McQuillan S, Nelson K. Normalizing Normal in Medical Education: A Call to Action. Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology. 2022 Dec 1;35(6):612-613.
Kaminska ME, Rikers RM. Does Walking Help to Generate a Differential Diagnosis? Teaching and Learning in Medicine. 2022 Mar 15;34(2):178-186.
Ilgen JS, Regehr G, Teunissen PW, Sherbino J, de Bruin AB. Skeptical self‐regulation: Resident experiences of uncertainty about uncertainty. Medical Education. 2021 Jun;55(6):749-757.
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Kaminska ME, Rikers RM. Does walking improve diagnosis of skin conditions at varying levels of medical expertise? Advances in Health Sciences Education. 2021 May;26(2):405-416.
Ilgen JS, Teunissen PW, de Bruin AB, Bowen JL, Regehr G. Warning bells: how clinicians leverage their discomfort to manage moments of uncertainty. Medical Education. 2021 Feb;55(2):233-241.