Educational Resources

Independent thinking

Keeping your critical thinking skills sharp takes work. Although we’ve taken care to incorporate the theory and practice of critical thinking into all areas of our medical education programs, it’s also a good idea to take the time to do your own research.

We’ve compiled an extensive list of resources that will help you learn to look at all angles and opportunities when it comes to treating your patients.

Ways to learn

Other Resources

Journal articles from the Critical Thinking Group at Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine (1999-present). [pdf - 88 kB]

Opportunities to learn

Whether you prefer to learn from lectures or books, we can help with either one. Peruse the resources offered below to expand your critical thinking expertise.

One pagers:

A series of one-page summaries identifying the key features of important issues in medicine (developed by the Critical Thinking Group at Dalhousie University).


Downloadable books:

Two useful books can be downloaded free of charge:

Other resources: