Clinical decision-making skills (clinical reasoning) is a complex set of skills and abilities needed in clinical practice to make a diagnosis and develop a treatment plan for and with patients. Despite the importance of clinical reasoning for the workplace of healthcare professionals and patient safety there is still a lack of structured and explicit teaching, learning, and assessment of clinical reasoning in healthcare education.
The aim of the EU-funded project DID-ACT is to develop and research a longitudinal and interprofessional curriculum for students and teachers in healthcare professions. Modern teaching and examination formats such as blended learning, virtual patients and e-portfolio activities will be implemented.
The research project:
DID-ACT. Developing, implementing, and disseminating an adaptive clinical reasoning curriculum for healthcare students and educators
Funding: Erasmus+ Knowledge Alliance 2019
Budget: 998.908 Euro
Duration: January 2020 to December 2022 (three years)
Project coordination: University of Augsburg, Germany (PD Dr. med. Inga Hege)
||Team: University of Bern, Switzerland (Prof. Sören Huwendiek, Dr. Felicitas Wagner); Örebro University, Sweden (Dr. Samuel Edelbring, Prof. Elisabet Welin); Instruct gGmbH, Germany (Martin Adler); Digital Education Holdings Ltd., Malta (Dr. Nils Thiessen); University of Maribor, Slovenia (Monika Sobocan); Jagiellonian University, Poland (Dr. habil Andrzej Kononowicz, Malgorzata Sudacka), Uniformed Services University, USA (Prof. Steven Durning)|