Solving Patient Problems: Ambulatory Care
This new series assists students at all levels in developing their clinical problem-solving or reasoning skills by leading them through the "clinical reasoning process around common presenting complaints" in the various clinical rotations. The most common diseases that the students are likely to encounter are the foundation upon which the student may begin to build a more extensive diagnosis.
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Fence Creek Publishing
Medical Education | Medicine and Health Sciences
Bowman , M. A., & Fisher , J. A. (1998). Solving Patient Problems: Ambulatory Care. Malden, MA: Fence Creek Publishing.