Program Name: Patient involvement in health care decision making

Authors or developers

Richard Thomson
Institute of Health and Society
Newcastle University
Newcastle Upon Tyne
United Kingdom

Country / Language United Kingdom/English
Creation or publication date 2010
Clinic context Primary care/various clinical context
Target users Any health care professionals
Pre or post licensure Both pre and post-licensure
General objectives To describe the history, the advantages and limitations of involving patients and the public in decision making.
To understand the importance of personal values in decision making
To discuss how to effectively engage patients in decision making
Format Group course with different educational activities