Program Name: Introduction to Shared Decision Making and Decision Support Technologies in Diverse Patient Environments

Authors or developers

Dana (Dane) L. Alden
William R. Johnson Jr. Distinguished Professor
University of Hawaii
2444 Dole Street Honolulu, HI 96822

Anne Stiggelbout
Professor of Medical Decision Making
Leiden University Medical Center
Albinusdreef 2
2333 ZA Leiden
The Netherlands < br>

Marilyn M. Schapira
Associate Professor of Medicine at the Veteran’s Administration Medical Center
Division of General Internal Medicine
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Chirk Jenn Ng
Professor, Department of Primary Care Medicine
University of Malaya
Jalan Universiti, 50603 Kuala Lumpur
Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Country / Language Australia/English
Creation or publication date 2015
Clinic context Any clinical context
Target users Any health professional
Pre or post licensure Pre and post license
General objectives To appreciate the difference between the extant patient-provider decision models.
To understand the elements of the shared decision making model.
To know the evidence regarding the benefits as well as the limitations of shared decision making’s impact on medical outcomes.
To understand basic steps to consider when designing patient decision support technologies.
To understand broader relationships between culture, age differences, formal education skill levels, effective SDM through improved patient-physician decision technology.
To have a practical tool kit for improving the patient-centered concordance of SDM and decision support communications and technologies.
To appreciate the challenges and successes of shared decision making projects in diverse cultural, age and socio-economic environments as provided both by course faculty and course participants.
To have internalized concrete exemplars of SDM/decision technology cultural targeting and tailoring to use in applying course takeaways.
Format Half-day Workshop