Nom du programme: Helping patients make informed decisions: communicating risks and benefits – 1

Auteurs ou développeurs

The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care
5/255 Elizabeth St, GPO Box 5480, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Pays / langue Australia/English
Date de création ou de publication 2017
Contexte clinique Communication
Utilisateurs cibles Clinicians
Pré ou post licence NA
Objectifs généraux To describe why it is important for clinicians to effectively communicate benefits, harms, trade-offs and uncertainties with patients
To explain the inter-relationship between shared decision making, evidence-based medicine and patient-centred care in the context of communicating benefits
To list key communication skills needed when talking with patients about evidence
To explain how to effectively communicate statistical information to patients
To outline the role of decision support tools, potential uses and where to locate them.
Format Online 2 hours course