Have we lost the plot with the implementation of Montgomery?

Have we lost the plot with the implementation of Montgomery?
Have we lost the plot with the implementation of Montgomery?
9th March 2022, 12pm
A VBP Webinar hosted via Zoom

About the Webinar

The webinar will present a real story of a person who is faced with cardiac surgery, a cardiac ablation and asked to make a decision as to which route  treatment they wish to pursue. The conversation was cold, scientific and delivered in a compassionless manner. The person was left feeling that no investment in his decision was made by the Dr and that the entire decision was his alone.

We will discuss this issue and start the process of building a framework for in action share decision making – one for a moment of acute care and one for a `safety huddle` approach.

Video Playlist
1/6 videos
1
Have we lost the plot with Montgomery: The Patient Story of A Cardiology Appointment
Have we lost the plot with Montgomery: The Patient Story of A Cardiology Appointment
07:31
2
Panelist Responses to the Patient Story
Panelist Responses to the Patient Story
22:43
3
Panel Discussion - Are Healthcare practitioners good patients?
Panel Discussion - Are Healthcare practitioners good patients?
03:50
4
Panel Discussion - Is shared Decision Making Possible?
Panel Discussion - Is shared Decision Making Possible?
21:44
5
Panel Discussion: Patient Responsibility and development of a new model for Shared Decision Making
Panel Discussion: Patient Responsibility and development of a new model for Shared Decision Making
06:25
6
Panel Discussion: Final Thoughts
Panel Discussion: Final Thoughts
07:05

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