To understand how clinicians who work with patients with disorders of consciousness (DoC) following Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) interpret their clinical encounters. Clinical reasoning is a process that clinicians use but are typically unable to verbalize because it is a tacit way of knowing and working (Mattingly & Fleming, 1994). Exploring this process can help design services for patients with DoC.
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