- 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
As part of the curriculum development process (D3.1 and D4.1) we publish the Excel template to outline the individual learning units.
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