How Doctors Think: Clinical Judgment and the Practice of Medicine

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INDEX
abduction, 47, 64, 86, 116, 130, 172. See also case-based knowing, retrospection in; cause, retrospective construction of
Abelson, Robert P., 213n11
abnormal discourse, 74–75, 77–80
Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, 168, 220n16, 231n15
algorithms, 103, 105, 119, 127
Allen, Ronald J., 215n15
American Board of Internal Medicine, 173
American College of Physicians, 129,
226n6
anecdotes, 46, 48, 74, 75, 88, 129–30, 160, 184, 199. See also individual, the; narrative
Angelos, Peter, 237n6
anomaly, 4, 70, 73, 74–75, 76, 78–79, 82, 88, 90, in, 113, 130. See also abnormal discourse; individual, the
anthropology, 166, 187. See also social science
aphorisms. See maxims
Argyris, Chris, 226n3
Aristotle, 4–5, 6, 16, 32, 33, 43–44, 49, 58, 88, 125, 159, 165, 178, 196
Aronowitz, Robert, 76, 96
art-science duality, 30–33, 36–37, 41, 133–34. See also clinical reasoning, tension in
artificial intelligence in medicine, 34–35, 103
Association of American Medical Colleges, 210nn, 226n6
Atchley-Loeb interview form, 108
Atlas, James, 223n6
Auden, W. H., 183
Auster, Paul, 206
authority, 39, 68, 90, 104, 174, 177, 183, 190, 192, 198–99, 203
Bakalar, James B., 24
Balint, Michael, 224n15
Banks, Joanne Trautmann, 236n3
Bayes, Thomas, 218n13. See also Bayesian inference
Bayesian inference, 64, 129
Beck, Louis White, 72
Becker, Howard, 168, 221n12
Beeson, Paul B., 229n3
Bellah, Robert, 179
Belmont Report, 81
Benner, Patricia, 35, no, 135, 196, 227n11,
Berger, John, 186
Bérubé, Michael, 65
Bickley Lynn S., 224nn14, 20
Biko, Stephen, 162
Blois, Marsden Scott, 67, 212n2, 219nn1,3, 223n5
Bloom, Harold, 231n12
Bogardus, Sidney, 195

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