Opening words by Lucy Series Lecturer in the School for Policy Studies at Bristol University Most people take for granted that they will make key decisions about their lives – from what they wear and eat, to their relationships with, where they live, and the millions of everyday decisions that go into building a home and a life. We also know that being able to make decisions about our own lives is critical for wellbeing
The Patients Association and the Patient Information Forum (PIF) worked with NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care Board (ICB) to look at ways of making it easier for patients to take part in shared decision-making.
Green social prescribing (GSP) is the practice of supporting people to engage in nature-based interventions and activities to improve their mental health.
Shared decision-making (SDM) is a key tenet of personalised care and is becoming an essential component of informed consent in an increasing number of countries. The aim of this study is to analyse patient and healthcare staff satisfaction with the SDM process before and after SDM was officially introduced as the standard of care.
A Centre for Perioperative Care, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and Choosing Wisely UK animation for patients to demonstrate what effective shared decision making (SDM) should look like
IAP2’s Spectrum of Public Participation was designed to assist with the selection of the level of participation that defines the public’s role in any public participation process
Decision support tools: making a decision about a health condition These decision support tools are designed to support shared decision making between people and a clinician. People may find they are useful before, during or between consultations depending on their care pathway.