Shared Decision Making in Health Care: Achieving evidence-based patient choice by Glyn ElwynShared Decision Making in Health Care: Achieving evidence-based patient choice by Glyn Elwyn

Shared Decision Making in Health Care: Achieving evidence-based patient choice

EditorGlyn Elwyn, Adrian Edwards, Rachel Thompson

Paperback | August 27, 2016

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Over the past decade health care systems around the world have placed increasing importance on the relationship between patient choice and clinical decision-making. In the years since the publication of the second edition of Shared Decision Making in Health Care, there have been significantnew developments in the field, most notably in the US where "Obamacare" puts shared decision making (SDM) at the centre of the 2009 Affordable Care Act.This new edition explores shared decision making by examining, from practical and theoretical perspectives, what should comprise an effective decision-making process. It also looks at the benefits and potential difficulties that arise when patients and clinicians share health care decisions. Writtenby leading experts from around the world and utilizing high quality evidence, the book provides an up-to-date reference with real-word context to the topics discussed, and in-depth coverage of the practicalities of implementing and teaching SDM.The breadth of information in Shared Decision Making in Health Care makes it an essential resource for policy-makers and health care workers. As health care systems adapt to increasingly collaborative patient-clinician care frameworks, this will also prove a useful guide to SDM for clinicians of alldisciplines.
Glyn Elwyn, MD, MSc, FRCGP, PhD, is a physician-researcher, Professor and Senior Scientist at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, Dartmouth College, USA. After reading the humanities he qualified in medicine in the United Kingdom. He completed a masters in medical education (MSc) and a health services resea...
Title:Shared Decision Making in Health Care: Achieving evidence-based patient choiceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pagesPublished:August 27, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Section 1: Real-world context1. Glyn Elwyn and Adrian Edwards: Shared decision making: a path to customised rather than commercialised healthcare2. Vikki A. Entwistle and Ian S. Watt: Broad versus narrow shared decision making: patients involvement in real world contexts3. Dominick L. Frosch and Kristin L. Carman: Embracing patient and family engagement to advance shared decision making4. Dominick L. Frosch, Caroline Tietbohl, and Isabelle Scholl: Overcoming implementation challenges to advance shared decision making in routine practice5. William A. Nelson, John J. Donnellan, and Glyn Elwyn: Implementing shared decision making: an organisational imperative6. Albert G. Mulley, Jr.: The role of shared decision making in achieving allocative efficiency in health systemsSection 2: Practical SDM7. Benjamin W. Moulton and Thaddeus M. Pope: Emerging legal issues for providers in the US8. Natalie Joseph-Williams, Adrian Edwards, and Glyn Elwyn: Preparing patients ahead of time to share decisions about their health care9. Rachel Thompson and Lyndal Trevena: Demystifying decision aids: a practical guide for clinicians10. Glyn Elwyn and Victor M. Montori: Tools to engage patients in clinical encounters11. Dawn Stacey, France Legare, and Nathalie Briere: Engaging clinical teams in an interprofessional approach to shared decision making12. Kyla Donnelly and Pearl Brady: The science and art of partnering with patients in researchSection 3: Teaching SDM13. Glyn Elwyn: The three talk model of shared decision making14. Gregory Makoul and Nan Cochran: Models for teaching shared decision making15. Nan Cochran, Dawn Carey, and Arianna I. Blaine: Standardised patients as educational interventions16. Suzanne Mitchell and Jeffrey Ring: Avatars and virtual worlds: new technology solutions for teaching and learning shared decision making17. Alan Nye, Suzanne Brodney, Meg Bowen, and Richard Wexler: Dispelling myths about the implementation of shared decision makingSection 4: Communicating evidence18. Adrian Edwards and Lyndal Trevena: What you need to know as a clinician about risk communication19. Michelle McDowell: Making sense of numbers about health risks The Facts Box20. Ray Moynihan: Overdiagnosis and overtreatment: Beware of guidelines with expanded disease definitionsSection 5: Evidence reviews21. Michael R. Gionfriddo, M. Hassan Murad, Annie LeBlanc, and Victor M. Montori: GRADE: a framework to evaluate the quality of evidence and facilitate shared decision making22. Dawn Stacey, France Legare, Karen Eden, Nananda Col, and Annie LeBlanc: The effects of patient decision aids: a systematic review23. France Legare, Isabelle Scholl, Dawn Stacey, and Stephane Turcotte: Implementing shared decision making: a systematic review24. Angela Coulter and Vikki Entwistle: Personalised care planning: a systematic review25. Marjan Faber, Sandra van Dulmen, and Paul Kinnersley: Using interventions with patients before clinical encounters to encourage their participation: a systematic reviewSection 6: Measurement26. Paul J. Barr, Isabelle Scholl, and Debra de Silva: Patient-reported measures of shared decision making27. Glyn Elwyn and Arianna I. Blaine: Observer measures of shared decision making28. Paul J. Barr and Marie-Anne Durand: Implementing shared decision making: The role of incentivesSection 7: Implementation case studies29. David Arterburn, Emily O. Westbrook, and Clarissa Hsu: Case Study: The shared decision making story at Group Health30. Amy Lloyd and Natalie Joseph-Williams: Case Study: Different outcomes from different approaches - Experience from The Cardiff MAGIC Program, UK31. Alice O. Andrews, Stephen A. Kearing, and Dale C. Vidal: Case Study: Changing culture and delivery to achieve shared decision making at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC), New Hampshire32. Leigh Simmons, Lauren Leavitt, and Karen Sepucha: Case Study: Letting patients decide - A novel distribution strategy in primary care, Massachusetts General Hospital33. Ming Tai-Seale: Case Study: Developing and implementing decision support at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation34. Claudia Zeballos-Palacios, Annie LeBlanc, Erik P. Hess, Jon Tilburt, Kirk Wyatt, Kasey Boehmer, Maggie Breslin, Megan Branda, and Victor M. Montori: Case Study: Interventions to create better conversations at the Mayo ClinicSection 8: The broader picture35. Marie-Anne Durand, Robert J. Volk, and Glyn Elwyn: Shared decision making interventions and health inequalities36. Marion McAllister: Shared decision making, health literacy, and patient empowerment37. Glyn Elwyn and Dominick L. Frosch: Shared decision making and motivational interviewing: Integrating two basic tools38. Christina Gunther-Murphy, Andrea Kabcenell, and Gareth Parry: Quality improvement and shared decision making: How can shared decision making fit into quality improvement efforts?39. Tammy Hoffmann and Paul Glasziou: Bringing shared decision making and evidence-based practice together40. Thomas Agoritsas and Richard Lehman: Encounter tools: interventions to engage people in decision makingSection 9: Moving forward41. Gary Schwitzer: How can journalists do a better job reporting on the principles of shared decision making?42. Kristin L. Carman, Thomas A. Workman, and Marla L. Clayman: What can patients and patient groups do to promote shared decision making?43. J.W.M. (Annemijn) Aarts, Andrew Carson-Stevens, Barry G. Main, Manish K. Mishra, and Leigh H. Simmons: What can junior physicians do to help promote shared decision making?44. Alan Nye, Michael Barry, Kevin Bozic, Jan Kremer, Sheila Macphail, and Gautham Suresh: What can experienced physicians do to help promote shared decision making?45. Jill E. Thistlethwaite: What can medical educators do to help promote shared decision making?Index