Reason to better treat:
The clinical reasoning training was born following many discussions on the interest of having a solid and scientific structure in order to best help the patient.
We are convinced that the management of a health problem requires specific skills of reflection and situation.
However, these characteristics are too often put aside in favor of a recipe or a protocol that does not take into account the uniqueness of a clinical situation.Thus, the content of the course has three major objectives.
First, the contribution of up-to-date theoretical knowledge on clinical reasoning, in particular through Bayesian theory.
Then, we will discuss the different stages of the resolution of a clinical case, from the hypotheses to the treatment techniques, using a scientific and reasoned logic.
And finally, the application of this reflection by acquiring numerous examples and clinical cases.
Price: 546 €
Understand Bayesian theory and its use in everyday practice
Learn a logic of reflection based on the categories of hypotheses
Knowing and knowing how to perform specific tests
Interpret the results of physical examination maneuvers
Consider scientific explanations to justify the use of symptom variation and strain.
Solve clinical cases in concrete situations
List of target audiences
Multi-professional action for DE chiropodists, DE physiotherapists, DO osteopaths, doctors
There is no other prerequisite to register for this training than to be a professional in one of the targeted professions.
Duration of training and organizational arrangements
The duration of the training: 14 hours,
Over 2 days
Max workforce: 28 people
Day 1 :
Presentation of the training: why is it original?
Clinical reasoning: bias, a priori and prior knowledge (Game and discussion)
Correlation, causality and quantification of uncertainty (Theory)
Presentation of Bayesianism: késako and what does it serve us? (Theory)
Interest of Bayesianism for reflection (Theory)
The two types of reasoning: inductive and hypothetico-deductive (Theory)
Bayesian reasoning: influence of a priori
The categories of hypotheses in clinical practice (Theory / Practice)
Peripheral Nervous System Example (Practice)
Functional demonstration and differentiation: clinical application (Practice)
Conclusion of the first day
Feedback on the first day and questions
Structure of the physical examination: broad to precise and sensitive to specific (Theory)
Choice of physical tests: data from science, clinimetry and Bayesianism (Practice / Theory)
Constraint and modality: symptomatic variation
Introduction to mechanotransduction and quantification of stress (Theory)
Presentation of the reasoning form: application on video clinical case (Practice)
Brick wall: illustrating clinical reasoning
Decision tree for clinical reasoning: explanation and case resolution
Test / retest mechanics: how to choose a good marker? (Theory)
End of the course and questions
François Angelliaume is a physiotherapist-Osteopath, TMO practitioner - Certification Concept Maitland.
Liberal physiotherapist in the Nantes region , François quickly specialized in the management of musculoskeletal problems. The advanced practice training in musculoskeletal (Concept Maitland) quickly orients his practice in this direction.
With several training courses, he shares his activity between teaching in IFMK and continuing education as well as patient follow-up.
Clinical reasoning in the service of understanding the health problem remains a priority element in his practice.
Romain Artico is a physiotherapist masseur, and holds a Master 2 VHMA research option, and a Doctorate in movement sciences.
Passionate about sport, movement and caring for others, he has been a physiotherapist for 8 years in SSR geriatrics .
He was first interested in the fall of the elderly and in the search for its causes in the field of movement and balance. It is in this way that clinical reasoning has taken an increasingly important part in its formation.
In parallel with his hospital activity, he has always been strongly interested in musculoskeletal by working with competitive or high level athletes (BMX, Badminton).
To improve his clinical reasoning, he trained with the Maitland Concept in which he discovered a scientific view of clinical reasoning which he enjoyed to appropriate and practice.
Passionate about teaching and research, he did a doctorate in movement science on balancing mechanisms in which he was able to deepen fields of neuroscience and biomechanics.
Neurosciences and in particular Bayesianism have enriched his vision of clinical reasoning and made him want to transmit it both in IFMK and in continuing education.
FIFPL : En attente de validation (Formation susceptible d'être prise en charge, sous réserve des budgets annuels) pour les kinésithérapeutes, les podologues, les ostéopathes.
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