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Advances in Health Sciences Education

September 2009 Volume 14, Number

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Thinking about Diagnostic Thinking: A 30-Year Perspective

    Arthur S. Elstein

    This paper has five objectives: (a) to review the scientific background of, and major findings reported in, Medical Problem Solving, now widely recognized as a classic in the field; (b) to compare ... More

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  2. Reducing Diagnostic Error with Computer-Based Clinical Decision Support

    Robert A. Greenes

    Information technology approaches to delivering diagnostic clinical decision support (CDS) are the subject of the papers to follow in the proceedings. These will address the history of CDS and... More

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  3. Computer-Assisted Diagnostic Decision Support: History, Challenges, and Possible Paths Forward

    Randolph A. Miller

    This paper presents a brief history of computer-assisted diagnosis, including challenges and future directions. Some ideas presented in this article on computer-assisted diagnostic decision support... More

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