Recent research indicates that the use of the SNAPPS model for clinical presentation is an effective model for enhancing clinical reasoning skills in medical education. This project aims to better understand student perceptions of the model and to build on the understanding of this model for use in undergraduate health education. This study is novel in its application to undergraduate practitioners, and the intention to consider psychological aspects relevant to learning and the enhancement of clinical reasoning skills.
|Effective start/end date||24/08/20 → 23/08/21|
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