Making shared decision making a reality

Making shared decision making a reality
10am-1pm on 2nd Nov via Microsoft Teams
Online

About the Webinar

Making shared decision making a reality seminar is being co-hosted by the Collaborating Centre for Values Based Practice and General Osteopathic Council.  The seminar is part of a wider joint project that explored how regulators, working with patients and practitioners, could contribute to supporting person-centred care and processes of shared decision making in implementing professional standards and reducing harms. The seminar will explore the benefits and importance of shared decision making to both practitioners and patients as well as the challenges in making shared decision making a reality in appointments.

Attendees will learn more about a range of resources that have been co-produced with patients and health practitioners to help patients and clinicians to express what is important to them in an appointment. Speakers will include Rachel Power, Chief Executive, Patients Association, Debra Dulake, a Patient Leader, Professor Ashok Handa, Simeon London, Osteopath and Member of the General Osteopathic Council and Fiona Browne, Director of Education, Standards and Development, General Osteopathic Council.

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