Program Name: doktormit shared decision making (SDM) - A training program for doctors in risk communication and patient involvement

Authors or developers

Jürgen Kasper1,2

1) University Medical Center Hamburg (UKE)
Department of Neurology
Martinistrasse 52
20246 Hamburg, Germany

2) Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Nursing and Health Promotion
OsloMET Metropolitan university
Pilestredet 46, 0167 Oslo, Norway

Country / Language Germany, Switzerland, Austria/German
Creation or publication date 2010 and 2017
Clinic context Any clinical context
Target users Physicians (primarily)
Pre or post licensure Post-licensure
General objectives Knowledge: to gain knowledge on indication, ethics, goals and evidence of SDM and on quality criteria of evidence-based patient information
Skills: to develop skills in structuring an SDM consultation
Competences: to develop competences in evaluating own attempts to involve the patient in terms of the MAPPIN’SDM concept of quality
Format 2 times of 15min (minimal dose, proved efficient in RCT); more time recommended 1:1 individual setting, or small group settings (up to 6 participants) using different behaviour change techniques: crucial: MAPPIN‘SDM based individual feedback on own consultation sample