Teaching Thursday: Clinical Problem Solving in Hematology

My students consistently have problems with clinical problem solving in the Introductory Pathophysiology course I teach. The first time they hit this type of problem is in the first organ system we study, hematology.

This video explains how to break down clinical problems into a manageable set of steps. Of course the hematology is much simplified, but this is the students’ first exposure to the pathophysiology of this organ system.

 

 

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