Shared Decision Making Improving Patient Outcomes Understanding Benefits and BarriersClinical Journal of Oncology Nursing (2019)
Shared decision making (SDM) is a healthcare delivery model that mandates patient-centered care for clinical practice. Practicing SDM ensures that patients and family caregivers are engaged in making decisions about their care and treatment with healthcare providers. This article reviews the evidence on how nurses can influence the outcomes of cancer treatment decisions by using the SDM model.
- Shared decision making,
- patient communication
Publication DateFall October 1, 2019
Citation InformationBeth Faiman and Joseph D Tariman. "Shared Decision Making Improving Patient Outcomes Understanding Benefits and Barriers" Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing Vol. 23 Iss. 5 (2019) p. 540 - 542
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jdtariman/46/
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