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Joseph Rencic, MD

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Dr Rencic is Associate Professor of Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine, an Associate Program Director of the Tufts Internal Medicine Residency Program, and a primary care physician.  When not teaching and writing about clinical reasoning, you can find him spending time with his wife and 2 daughters or playing ultimate frisbee. You can download his new e-book, Teaching Clinical Reasoning, at the ACP online store.

Teaching Clinical Reasoning – an interview with one of the editors of this valuable new e-book, HMI alum Joseph Rencic

HMI: What led you and your colleagues Robert Trowbridge and Steven Durning to put this book together?

Dr. Rencic: We were all teaching clinical reasoning courses and noticed a lack of a comprehensive resource on the subject. Although no definitive evidence-based approach to teaching clinical reasoning exists, we felt that there were enough valuable theories in the literature to provide some guidance to readers.

 

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