Abstract| Volume 99, ISSUE 11, e131, November 2018

Clinical Reasoning when Treating Patients with Disorders of Consciousness Following Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

      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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