A Different Spin on Shared Decision Making: How to Get Multiple Specialists Working Together

Track: Lightning Round

Session Number: 2027
Date: Tue, May 23rd, 2017
Time: 10:15 AM - 10:25 AM

Description:

Recently there has been focus on shared decision making which primarily emphasizes improved communication between the provider and the patient yet a substantial gap still remains in achieving effective communication between multiple specialties and providers. This is most notable with patients in complicated and chronic disease areas. This session will take a look at a successful educational approach of integrating shared decision making among multiple specialists from rheumatology, dermatology and gastroenterology in order to improve patient care with autoimmune diseases.

Session Type: Session

Learning Objective 1: Describe an approach to shared decision making that includes effective communication among the entire care team
Learning Objective 2: Highlight an example of how this unique shared decision making approach can be successfully applied in continuing medical education
Alignment to National Learning Competencies: Using Adult & Organizational Learning Principles, Designing Educational Interventions, Collaborating and Partnering with Stakeholders
Session Type: Session

Learning Objective 1: Describe an approach to shared decision making that includes effective communication among the entire care team
Learning Objective 2: Highlight an example of how this unique shared decision making approach can be successfully applied in continuing medical education
Alignment to National Learning Competencies: Using Adult & Organizational Learning Principles, Designing Educational Interventions, Collaborating and Partnering with Stakeholders