Are we making things too simple? – A case for embracing complexity in education and clinical practice

Here's my case against our desire to make things a little too simple, why I think it is important for clinical practice and how I manage to get around it. https://tinyurl.com/sl9ectt "Reducing the complexity of something to make it easier to learn or teach is a brilliant way of imparting knowledge. The problem is that we can't accurately explain the human body by reducing its function down to simple statements and similes." Included is a link to Todd Hargrove's brilliant article on using models in pain and injury, a quote from my friend Daniel Arbilla and heaps of references!

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