Art Nahill is an American-trained general physician who has worked in General Medicine at Auckland Hospital since 2005. He currently oversees the education and supervision of RMOs for the department as well as co-producing a podcast series on clinical reasoning called IMreasoning that has garnered a world-wide following. He is also a publishing poet and has published work in many US and NZ magazines as well as two book-length collections.
Nic Szecket is a Canadian-trained general physician who has worked in General Medicine at Auckland Hospital since 2010. He has indulged meandering interests in quality and systems improvement, medical education, and clinical reasoning throughout his short career. He co-produces a podcast on clinical reasoning called IMreasoning that has an eclectic word-wide following.
Clinical Reasoning And Cognitive Bias: See One, Do One, Teach One
In this workshop we will discuss and analyse the Dual Process Model of clinical reasoning. We will also discuss ways to improve our own clinical reasoning and that of our juniors and students through the use of cognitive ‘checklists’, cognitive autopsies, and a ‘Morning Report’ style case discussion focusing on building a prioritised differential diagnosis and the rational use of ancillary testing.