When Is a Shared Decision Not (Quite) a Shared Decision? Negotiating Preferences in a General Practice Encounter
Social Science and Medicine 1999 August; 49(4): 437-447
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When Is a Shared Decision Not (Quite) a Shared Decision? Negotiating Preferences in a General Practice Encounter Gwyn, Richard; Elwyn, Glyn (1999-08)We consider whether there are situations in which 'shared decision making' in primary care is inherently problematic, such as in the demand for antibiotics to treat viral disorders. In such an instance there might be a lack ...
Towards a Feasible Model for Shared Decision Making: Focus Group Study With General Practice Registrars Elwyn, Glyn; Edwards, Adrian; Gwyn, Richard; Grol, Richard (1999-09-18)OBJECTIVES: To explore the views of general practice registrars about involving patients in decisions and to assess the feasibility of using the shared decision making model by means of simulated general practice consultations. ...