Shared decision making

 

 

About this video

Shared decision making is an approach that transforms the nature of the relationship between patient and clinician.

Our MAGIC (making good decisions in collaboration) programme is testing an approach to embedding shared decision making in everyday practice. This video looks at the work the Newcastle upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust team have been doing as part of this programme.

Further reading

Programme

MAGIC: Shared decision making

This programme ran in two phases, from 2010 to 2013, at sites across Newcastle and Cardiff. It involved working on ways of en...

Research report

The MAGIC programme: Evaluation

An independent evaluation of the first phase of the MAGIC programme, aimed at encouraging clinical teams to share decision-ma...

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