is designed to assist clinicians in making high quality, valid, and precise decisions or recommendations in situations involving diagnosis, classification, and planning supports.
Today, clinicians are being asked to formulate high-stakes decisions and recommendations that frequently require a level of competency beyond their formal training regarding equity, inclusion, self-determination, and self-advocacy. In the second edition, the authors synthesized evaluative input from colleagues and literature-based critiques and extended their analysis and evaluation of the role of clinical judgment in decision making.
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