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We’re about halfway through the clinical reasoning series and today I’m speaking with Dr Euson Yeung. Euson is a physiotherapist and an Assistant Professor in the department of Physical Therapy University of Toronto.
His primary area of teaching and research interest is in orthopaedic manual therapy as well as the assessment and facilitation of clinical reasoning among health professional learners. Euson completed his Masters in Education at the University of Toronto (Adult Education) and his PhD with the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute at the University of Toronto.
In this episode we hover around a research paper he published year titled ‘Making Strange’: Exploring the Development of Students’ Capacity in Epistemic Reflexivity published in the Journal of Humanities in Rehabilitation
So on this episode we speak about:
So I really enjoyed talking with Euson; the work he is doing within physical therapy education is fundamental.
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