KINE 5234. CLINICAL REASONING AND DECISION MAKING. 2 Hours.
This course is designed to provide an understanding and application of theories and frameworks to clinical decision making. Students will work toward becoming an effective practitioner, able to make clinical decisions by studying clinical situations and how health care professionals make clinical decisions. Emphasis will be placed on problem solving strategies, decision making and evidence based rationale. Clinical reasoning will be developed while integrating knowledge and skills in management of complex clinical conditions using scientific and contemporary evidence-based clinical knowledge. Prerequisite: Admission into MSAT Program.