Medical reasoning and doctor-patient communication.
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice.
Nineteenth-century American philosopher Charles Sanders Peirce offered a picture of the scientific method that can be fruitfully applied to the practice of medical diagnosis. Physicians can use this framework to become more self-consciously aware of what they are doing when they diagnose medical conditions, and they can also learn more about the potential pitfalls of communication between physicians and their patients.
Stanley, Donald E and Sehon, Scott R, "Medical reasoning and doctor-patient communication." (2019). Maine Medical Center. 971.