- Abstract for the Annual conference of the German association of Medical Education (gma) : Hege I, Adler M, Durning S, Edelbring S, Huwendiek S, Kononowicz AA, Sobocan M, Sudacka M, Thiessen N, Wagner F, Welin E. “Development of a longitudinal interprofessional clinical reasoning curriculum – an international project“, September 2020.
- The general needs analysis, which was the basis for this project has been published in Medical Teacher: Kononowicz AA, Hege I, Edelbring S, Sobocan M, Huwendiek S, Durning SJ. The need for longitudinal clinical reasoning teaching and assessment: Results of an international survey. Med Teach 2020; PubMed
- DID-ACT projet description on the website of the German National Agency (DAAD) in German
- Press release University of Augsburg in January 2020 in English and German
A list of open educational resources (OER) for clinical reasoning has been published as part of workpackage 2: https://did-act.instruct.eu/course/view.php?id=3
In addition, please find below some clinical reasoning related resources which can especially be used during the online teaching phase in the current Corona pandemic:
More than 65 open access virtual patients (VPs) in English and German have been created as part of a previous Marie-Curie Global Fellowship. Some of the VPs are also available in Polish and Spanish. The courses are freely available at https://crt.casus.net (Login with EduGain account). Part of the virtual patients have been adapted to the current Covid-19 situation – a short report of the adaptations can be found here:
A series on short video clips about clinical reasoning and diagnostic errors is available as aplaylist on YouTube