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A qualitative study of experienced clinical teachers' conceptualisation of clinical reasoning in medicine: Implications for medical education

Lachlan Angus, Anna Chur-Hansen, Paul Duggan
2018 Focus on Health Professional Education A Multi-Professional Journal  
in medical education research regarding the conceptualisation of clinical reasoning.  ...  This study explored clinical teachers' understanding of the concept of clinical reasoning.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the clinicians who voluntarily agreed to participate in this study and the reviewers for their helpful feedback.  ... 
doi:10.11157/fohpe.v19i1.197 fatcat:zvaj3nfzmvffniqorzvhbufjxq

Exploring how people with chronic pain understand their pain: a qualitative study

Sam Keen, Martha Lomeli-Rodriguez, Amanda C. de C. Williams
2021 Scandinavian Journal of Pain  
, the messages of PNE.  ...  Participants' elaborations showed diverse and dissonant conceptualisations, with experiential themes of restricted living; assault on the self; pursuit of understanding pain and abandonment of that pursuit  ...  All authors accept responsibility for the entire content of this manuscript and have approved its submission.  ... 
doi:10.1515/sjpain-2021-0060 pmid:34331751 fatcat:iwa4loyutvdgfkjcwk5yuohdsy

Accounts of the count–mass distinction: A critical survey

2003 Lingvisticæ investigationes  
A proper characterisation of the distinction can only be given if its multidimensional character is fully acknowledged and if parameters such as basic count- or masshood, degree of lexicalisation, conceptualisation  ...  This paper gives a critical survey of four main theoretical views on the distinction and points out that each of them is problematic in some way.  ...  Conceptualisation vs reality: do reality and conceptualisation coincide? 4. Motivation: in case of a deviation (a "no" for one of the previous parameters), is this deviation motivated or not?  ... 
doi:10.1075/li.26.1.11joo fatcat:v2phzvj7ufajtahqv73xlvxiwm

Accounts of the Count-Mass Distinction: A Critical Survey

Frank Joosten
2004 Nordlyd: Tromsø University Working Papers on Language & Linguistics  
A proper characterisation of the distinction can only be given if its multidimensional character is fully acknowledged and if parameters such as basic count- or masshood, degree of lexicalisation, conceptualisation  ...  This paper gives a critical survey of four main theoretical views on the distinction and points out that each of them is problematic in some way.  ...  Conceptualisation vs reality: do reality and conceptualisation coincide? 4. Motivation: in case of a deviation (a "no" for one of the previous parameters), is this deviation motivated or not?  ... 
doi:10.7557/12.26 fatcat:xzjin6vwjnfnbbdq67kc7p4tj4

It's possibly made us feel a little more alienated: How people from ethnic minority communities conceptualise COVID-19 and its influence on engagement with testing [article]

Tushna F Vandrevala, Lailah Alidu, Jane Hendy, Shuja Shafi, Aftab Ala
2021 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
Challenges brought about by the pandemic were conceptualised as one of many struggles, with the saliency of the virus contextualised against life experiences.  ...  The current study aims to address this deficit, understanding how these groups conceptualise COVID–19, and how this influences engagement in testing, with the future aim of developing targeted communications  ...  people having little or no contribution to the impacts or outcomes of the pandemic.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.04.06.21254961 fatcat:wydjtp677bfgzpj57a7aongwfy

Perceptions of young adults' problematic technology use among Australian youth professionals

Brittany Keen, Sally Gainsbury
2021 Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberpspace  
The relationship between technology use and poor psychosocial outcomes was conceptualised as being complex and often cyclic in nature, whereby disadvantage and family dynamics were often predictive of  ...  The effects of excessive and problematic technology use on young people's mental health has not been explored from the perspective of those who work closely with youth in a professional capacity.  ...  "And there's nothing, we don't know what to do… there's no specialist service working with that sort of stuff so, everyone probably just does their best to, to work through it… The best way they can."  ... 
doi:10.5817/cp2021-1-8 fatcat:do4vg3q4azbsjdijbacog4w3ma

The conceptualisation of "soft skills" among medical students before and after curriculum reform

CW Van Staden, PM Joubert, GE Pickworth, JL Roos, A-M Bergh, C Krüger, WJ Schurink, RR Du Preez, SV Grey, BG Lindeque
2006 African Journal of Psychiatry  
Objective: This paper reports on the conceptualisation of "soft skills" as part of a study carried out among two groups of undergraduate medical students before and after curriculum reform at the School  ...  Methods: Qualitative methods were used to arrive at a descriptive comparison of the conceptualisation of soft skills by final-year medical students of the traditional curriculum with those of final-year  ...  Ethical approval for conducting this study was given by the Research Ethics Committee of the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Pretoria (No S183/2001).  ... 
doi:10.4314/ajpsy.v9i1.30205 fatcat:qe262w2hrza73kwi4lniiu2xpi

Symptoms of Mental Health Problems: Children's and Adolescents' Understandings and Implications for Gender Differences in Help Seeking

Alice MacLean, Kate Hunt, Helen Sweeting
2012 Children & society  
Acknowledgements The authors thank the school teachers and pupils for their co-operation in this project. We also thank Sally Macintyre for comments on an earlier draft.  ...  Craig: There's nothing wrong with you. There's … just … like, sad.  ...  Before focus groups began, it was explained to participants that they were under no obligation to take part and could withdraw at any time.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1099-0860.2011.00406.x pmid:26300586 pmcid:PMC4540163 fatcat:3l7wvqxnorc47i362v5ftgv7fu

What influences patient satisfaction after total knee replacement? A qualitative long-term follow-up study

Nardia-Rose Klem, Anne Smith, Peter O'Sullivan, Michelle M Dowsey, Robert Schütze, Peter Kent, Peter FM Choong, Samantha Bunzli
2021 BMJ Open  
There were six women and five men, the average time since TKR was 3 years and 5 months, and the average age at time of interview was 77 years.ResultsSatisfaction levels were mostly stable with the exception  ...  The present study was theoretically governed by the findings of the initial qualitative inquiry.  ...  Acknowledgements The publication of this work was supported by Physiotherapy Research Foundation grant number T16-CR008. The Physiotherapy Research Foundation had no role in the conduct of this study.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2021-050385 pmid:34810185 pmcid:PMC8609943 fatcat:k6rk74qjjfcrho5wzwp2ehstmu

Conceptualising creativity in the creative arts: Seeking common ground

Chris Morgan
2012 Text: Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs  
The study, located primarily in the UK and Australia, reveals that the problems of defining and articulating creativity lead to a series of ongoing dilemmas for teaching and assessment in the creative  ...  This paper reports on a research study that investigated how university academics in the creative arts conceptualise creativity, both as a general concept and also as a set of situated disciplinary beliefs  ...  Acknowledgements: I would like to thank the thirty participants in this study for their generosity in making interview time available, and also for their trust and preparedness to talk about sensitive  ... 
doi:10.52086/001c.31146 fatcat:imqtibskfvchha3fsjqmbjncje

Science from women's lives. Better Science? How gendered studies improve science and lives

Carmen Magallón Portolés
2016 Mètode Science Studies Journal: Annual Review  
Gender stereotypes prevented the adequate conceptualisation and investigation of several problems, as in the case of cardiovascular diseases which were described as male diseases.  ...  To learn more, visit «GENDER STEREOTYPES PREVENTED THE ADEQUATE CONCEPTUALISATION AND INVESTIGATION OF SEVERAL PROBLEMS, AS IN THE CASE OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES  ... 
doi:10.7203/metode.7.8190 fatcat:xbaklwkwwje5rnxcdgl67ukbgy

Can parental responses to adult children with schizophrenia be conceptualized in terms of loss and grief? A case study analysis

James Osborne, Adrian Coyle
2002 Counselling Psychology Quarterly  
The implications for the practice of counselling psychology are discussed. 3 Can parental responses to adult children with schizophrenia be conceptualised in terms of loss and grief?  ...  The usefulness of existing models of grief are examined in light of the findings.  ...  the moment, no, no, no.'  ... 
doi:10.1080/09515070210151779 fatcat:y2boczcgybbdnltm5xcr2puqli

Wellbeing of mothers of children with "A-U-T-I-S-M" in Malaysia: An interpretative phenomenological analysis study

Kartini Ilias, Jeanette Hui Jean Liaw, Kim Cornish, Miriam Sang-Ah Park, Karen Jennifer Golden
2016 Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability  
Acknowledgements We would like to thank the organisations that posted the study flyer and the families who participated in this research.  ...  Funding The authors would like to acknowledge that this work was sup-  ...  Many professionals with children with special needs left Malaysia because there's no support from government. There's no facilities for these children, there's no future for them."  ... 
doi:10.3109/13668250.2016.1196657 fatcat:dtqgge4hlje3dcwtxii4p3z7ia

Primary care experiences of providing mental healthcare for children in the USA during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative study

Katie Plax, Jane Garbutt, Sherry Dodd, Shannon Rook, Lauren Ericson, Randall Sterkel
2022 BMJ Paediatrics Open  
Providers identified an ongoing need for timely access to and effective communication with mental health providers to guide care in the medical home.  ...  They identified that the mental health needs of their patients were greater, more severe and more challenging to manage with the resources currently available.  ...  ) Other logistical challenges to providing adequate care included inadequate training and lack of time as mental health visits often took longer than the appointment time allotted.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjpo-2022-001497 pmid:36053621 pmcid:PMC9272128 doaj:3d7828296cd04bc8b779377e3b21b019 fatcat:nzefl657erblxavznbqzt7ldjq

Pregnant women's understanding and conceptualisations of the harms from drinking alcohol: a qualitative study [article]

Sophie Gibson, Cate Nagle, Jean Paul, Leisa McCarthy, Evelyne Muggli
2019 bioRxiv   pre-print
Strategies for behaviour change need to: correct misinformation about supposed 'safe' timing, quantity and types of alcohol; develop a more accurate perception of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder; reframe  ...  Australian and non-Indigenous pregnant women understand and conceptualise the harms from drinking alcohol, including how their social and cultural environments impact their ability to abstain.  ...  (Participant 8 RIHS2) "If you have a safe place to go to, where there's no drinking, then I guess its ok.  ... 
doi:10.1101/815209 fatcat:zq52glhhpfbanoumzke7nowb6u
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