Program Name: klar for samvalg-MY UNIT, Part of: meta-curriculum Ready for Shared Decision Making

Authors or developers

Jürgen Kasper1,2; Simone Kienlin3,

1) Faculty of Health Sciences,
Department of Health and Caring Sciences,
UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Postbox 6050 Trømsø, Norway
2) Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Nursing and Health Promotion, OsloMET Metropolitan university, Pilestredet 46, 0167 Oslo, Norway
3) The South-Eastern Norway Regional Health Authority,
Department of Medicine and Healthcare,
Postbox 404, N-2303 Hamar, Norway

Country / Language Norway / Norwegian
Creation or publication date 2019
Clinic context Any clinical context
Target users Interprofessional HCP teams/units
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 skill in recognizing and responding to implementation barriers and in using decision support techniques (such as decision aids) to structure SDM decision processes.

Competencies: to develop competences in reflecting interprofessional cooperation, establishing a interprofessional approach to SDM in the particular ward and in evaluating own attempts to involve the patient in terms of the MAPPIN’SDM concept of quality
Format Six hours entire units/teams trained partly on a interprofessional bases and partly separated (physicians /other HCP). Common parts apply lectures, group discussion, presentation of edited video samples, interprofessional learning. Separate parts employ role play, observation and feedback (according to decision coach module) and analysis of own video samples using the MAPPIN’SDM observer scales (like doktormitSDM module for doctors).