This book examining diagnosis was first published in 1985. Diagnosis is at the centre of medical practice and depends on skilled information processing and decision making. Medical students, who will spend their working lives gathering information from patients, making decisions and solving problems need to be taught the necessary techniques.Table of Contents 1. Philosophy of science2. Problems of the scientific approach3. Information-processing theory: an overview4. Data gathering5. Limitations on data handling6. Decision making: introduction7. Decision making: rational models8. Decision making: descriptive models9. Individual differences10. Research methods11. The diagnostic process.
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Titolo: The Diagnostic Process - A Model for Clinical Teachers
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Finitura: Copertina flessibile
Misure: 15x22 cm
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