Patients role in clinical decision making has been in the spotlight in recent years, with patient representative groups, practitioners and policy makers leaning towards models for patient-centred care. The important of shared decision-making is also recognised in the legislation with the passing of the Montgomery Judgement (2014) which provides a basis for a shift in the role of patients in clinical decision making. Bringing patient voice into decision making requires reflecting on the role of values in decision making.
The symposium will review the role of values in decision making, both in the healthcare and social service sectors. It will showcase the recent work in this field as well as future directions.
Who Should Attend
The event is aimed primarily at practitioners, policy makers, and academic colleagues interested in patient voice and decision making in healthcare and social care settings.
Please download the workshop flyer attached. For more information on the workshop, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Spaces are limited so please book your place before 15th March 2019 by sending an email to email@example.com
Profs Kenneth Fulford & Ashok Handa, Collaborating Centre for Values-Based Practice, St Catherine's College, University of Oxford.
Dr Roz Austin Research Associate, University of York.
Prof Jacky Swan and Drs Ila Bharatan and Rachel Manning, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick.
Thursday 11 April 2019, 09:00 - 14:00
024 761 50855