February 21, 2013
by Prevora Blog
A recent study1 on the approach and outcomes of shared decision making in medical care found the following:
This study recommended that any tools for involving patients need only address what matters most, and be short, readable and accessible.
Want to see the risk assessment form? Want to see the personalized video? These tools for shared decision making will be on www.partnersinprevention.ca shortly.
1. Elwyn G et al. 2013. Option grids: shared decision making made easier. Patient Education and Counseling, 90: 207-212
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