How to help physicians-in-training develop critical-thinking skills

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Elsevier White Paper

 

During a period of explosive growth in medical knowledge, overwhelmed physician residents need critical-thinking skills more than ever. On top of this, COVID-19 has impacted their available time for training.

To mitigate these challenges, residents must think critically and become accustomed to both digesting and retaining large amounts of new information. In this white paper, educators cite five ways that hospital leaders can accelerate critical thinking and the use of evidence-based data among residents.

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