Title: When it is difficult to make a decision
By France Légaré
By the end of this 90-minute workshop, the participant will be able to:
- Recognize clinical situations in which the patient is likely to experience difficulty making a decision;
- Identify patients who are faced with difficult decisions;
- Identify modifiable factors that contribute to the patient's decision ;
- Recognize the facilitators and barriers to integrating new knowledge into the practice of family medicine.
Target audience: Family physicians, residents, nurse clinicians, health professionals (ideally members of interdiscipinary patient care teams)
Teaching methods: Presentations, video demonstrations, discussion
Evaluation: This training workshop was evaluated and the results published in Medical Decision Making: Impact of the Ottawa Decision Support Framework on the agreement and the difference between patients’ and physicians’ decisional conflict.