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Shared Decision Making Online Workshop

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Shared Decision Making (SDM) is a core component of personalised care.  This one-day, online workshop, will provide participants with an in-depth introduction to SDM, the evidence and benefits, as well as skills and tools to begin to put high quality shared decision making into practice.   

Whilst we welcome attendance from any health or social care professional who wants to learn more about shared decision making, this course is based on NHS principles, guidelines and practice. 

This course is accredited with the Personalised Care Institute - read more HERE

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FHSWASPSDM2023
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Overview

Here at WASP, we love supporting health and social care professionals to embed personalised care within their everyday practice.  Shared Decision Making (SDM) is a core component of personalised care, helping to ensure that individuals are supported to make the decisions about their health and care, that are right for them.  

Shared decision making is a joint process, through which professionals and people with long term conditions work together to make decisions based on the individual’s needs, and what matters most to them.  However - this is easier said than done!  To be done well, SDM requires professionals to have a range of knowledge and skills – including the ability to balance evidence and professional judgement with the priorities of those receiving care.  

This one-day workshop will introduce participants to the core knowledge and skills required for SDM.  The course is delivered online, involving group work and interactive sessions. We hope to see you there! 

Learning Objectives. 


By the end of the course, learners will be able to:  

  1. Define Shared Decision-Making  
  1. Summarise how SDM fits with personalised care (The NHS England Universal Model and Operating Model) 
  1. Describe the benefits of SDM and the evidence base that supports it 
  1. Demonstrate their understanding of the supportive systems required to deliver Shared Decision-Making  
  1. Describe the SHARE approach, and how it can support SDM conversations 
  1. Create a reflection of their own practice, including how they will change something to reflect their own learning from the day 

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