Canada Research Chair in Shared Decision Making and Knowledge Translation

Our colleague Virginie Blanchette publishes an article on Citizen Engagement in a Shared Decision-Making Conference

An online conference was organized to promote the Interprofessional Share Decision-Making model and maximize its dissemination among stakeholders (citizens, health care providers, administrative staffs, policy makers, academics) in Canada. The goal was to enhance knowledge and engagement to share decision-making in a patient-oriented approach since shared decision-making hampered by reduced face-to-face contact, fear of infection and overworked health professionals due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, the authors share a summary of what has been done to engage citizens on shared making and to feed the interprofessional community on active citizen engagement in online conference. 
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By Carole Thiébaut, 21/12/2021