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This teaching video was an intervention in a randomized trial testing ways to improve medical students’ diagnostic reasoning. The video introduces the idea of Bayesian reasoning and the concepts of base rates, sensitivity, specificity, and likelihood ratios, and it explains how each can be used to calibrate subjective pretest probability estimates and estimate posttest probabilities. Click the related article link for full details.
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