CReME has representation from over half of the medical schools in the UK, and work is in progress to develop and share resources and promote clinical reasoning in clinical teaching.
- The 2nd Clinical Reasoning in Medical Education conference was be held in York on Tues 5 December 2017. You can find some resources from this conference on our meetings page.
- Croskerry et al have just published a new book which is highly recommended - Diagnosis: interpreting the shadows, published by CRC Press, 2017.
- Two Best Evidence Medical Education systematic reviews are in progress: one on 'educational interventions to promote/teach clinical reasoning' and one on 'assessing clinical reasoning'. These will be published in due course on the BEME website.
- CReME members recently produced this report following a survey of all UK medical schools: mapping the delivery of 'clinical reasoning' in UK undergraduate medical curricula.
- The Institute of Medicine launched it's report, 'Improving Diagnosis in Healthcare' on 22nd September 2015. It's recommendations emphasise: better education and training in all aspects of clinical reasoning, better teamwork between healthcare professionals, patients and their families in the diagnostic process, and a culture that identifies and learns from diagnostic error. The report can be viewed here.