From Class to Clinic: Hands-on Shared Decision Making
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Join us for this training opportunity!
Wednesday, June 22, 8:30am-4:00pm
What participants are saying:
"The presenters truly made the class worthwhile. As a surgeon I am often involved in assisting patients with difficult decisions, none of which are ideal for the patient sitting across from me. They are life-changing and invasive. But most importantly they are permanent. However, the class has given me some great alternatives of introducing some of these difficult topics in a manner which allows the patient to have control over their situation. The concept of shared decision is complex and theoretical, but the presenters did a wonderful job transforming this subject into a tangible matter. Kudos!"
-Lana Shikhman, MD
Providers, nurses, administrators, team-based care managers, and others interested in Shared Decision Making. SDM can be applied to many clinical situations and is a required element for lung cancer screening reimbursement.
Elliot Hospital is accredited by the NH Medical Society to sponsor continuing Medical Education for physicians. Elliot Hospital designates the educational activity for a maximum of 6.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.
Limited Space Available. Register early to secure your spot.
Learn how you can use Shared Decision Making (SDM), which is a collaborative process that allows patients and their providers to make health care decisions together, taking into account the best scientific evidence available, as well as the patient’s values and preference.
This training opportunity will provide you with hands-on experience so that you can walk away being able to apply SDM, measure its impact, and serve as a champion at your organization.
Manish Mishra, Stuart Grande, Nan Cochran, Dawn Carey, Glyn Elwyn
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice in partnership with the New Hampshire Comprehensive Cancer Collaboration
10:00-11:00 Setting the Stage & Theory
11:00-12:00 Encounter Tools & Measures
12:00-1:00 Lunch Break
1:00-2:00 Constructing Preferences
2:00-3:30 Simulation Exercises
1. Introduce participants to SDM competences, including the range of theoretical models that advance our understanding of decision making, including Charles et al’s “two to tango” model, Makoul and Clayman’s integrative model of SDM, and Elwyn et al’s Collaborative Deliberation model.
2. Explore tools and measures relevant to these models, including but not limited, to encounter tools such as Option Grids and others, CollaboRATE, SDM Q-9, Observer OPTION5, Rochester Participatory Decision-Making Scale, and Assessing Communication about Evidence and Patient Preferences.
3. Using video examples of clinical encounters and role playing exercises, explore the interaction between encounter tools and measures.
4. Demonstrate to participants that the models and measures will provide teaching templates that can be adapted to training SDM at multiple levels - i.e. from classroom to real-world clinic settings.
Limited scholarships are available upon request. No refunds will be offered for cancellations or non-attendance. Substitutions will be accepted.
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