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Critical Thinking in Clinical Practice (Jossey-Bass Social & Behavioral Science) 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-1555421984
ISBN-10: 1555421989
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This book reveals how the cultivation of critical thinking skills can help clinicians make accurate decisions about their clients and thereby improve the quality of their services. It explains how sharp reasoning skills can help clinicians work through assumptions, fallacies, and other obstacles that could result in the wrong action on clients' cases.

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The cultivation of critical thinking skills can help you make accurate decisions about clients and improve the quality of your services. Eileen Gambrill shows how to improve the quality of clinical decisions by learning to recognize and avoid common sources of error.

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