Christopher Behringer, DO introduces HEAL's Clinical Reasoning Symposium program.

What is the Clinical Reasoning Symposium?

It's the world's first virtual clinical reasoning symposium using real patient cases, courtesy of ReelDx.

  • Work in small groups to understand a patient case, make a diagnosis, and build your knowledge in a specialty of your choice.

  • Choose the specialty you want to study: Cardiology, Neurology, Pulmonology Gastroenterology, Musculoskeletal System, or Reproduction.

  • The week is mostly asynchronous training with access to experienced physicians throughout the week of the program.

  • A special mentoring session will teach you how to stand out in your medical school applications.

  • Successful presenters will earn competency badges in Teamwork, Oral Communication, Critical Thinking, Written Communication, and Scientific Inquiry. Badges are evidence to medical school admissions of your proficiency.

  • Designed with your school schedule in mind. It's a one-week training course with 4 sessions to choose from.

  • Earn up to a total of 42 clinical hours upon the completion of the full Intensive.

What Does a Case Report Look Like?

The Clinical Reasoning Symposium course will provide instruction for creating, preparing, and presenting a Case Report similar to this example.