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Education et qualité de la décision médicale: un lien fondé sur des preuves existe-t-il ?

Published in Revue de médecine interne. 2011, vol. 32, no. 7, p. 436-42
Abstract A medical decision when facing a clinical problem is the result of a complex process involving clinical reasoning and decision-making components. Several biases and external factors may influence this process. Educational interventions may be helpful to modify some of those factors and enhance the quality of decision-making, such as the training of clinical reasoning, making physicians aware of potential biases, or training them to use some tools brought by the evidence-based medicine movement. However, the impact of such interventions remains difficult to quantify because high-quality data are lacking and few studies really assess patient outcomes. This article reviews the available evidence of interventions aiming at improving the quality of decision-making and stresses the importance of involving clinician teachers in medical education research.
Keywords Decision MakingEducation, MedicalEvidence-Based MedicineHumansQuality Assurance, Health Care
PMID: 21232829
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NENDAZ, Mathieu. Education et qualité de la décision médicale: un lien fondé sur des preuves existe-t-il ?. In: Revue de médecine interne, 2011, vol. 32, n° 7, p. 436-42. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:24253

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