Clinical Reasoning at Work
Being a professor gives one the advantage of learning from young, bright, insightful, eager students. Sharona, my research assistant in the early 1990s, was a student of jurisprudence; Ina takes medicine; Moran is enthusiastic about clinical psychology. Discussions with them and others about their studies—their diagnostic clinical studies— and practice have triggered in my mind comparisons between these disciplines and policy analysis.
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