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Unilateral Decision Making

by Niel Kang | 6 months ago | in What to stop
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A Shared / MDT / multiple decision makers approach will:

Put the patient and their kin at the centre  of care needs.

Allowed equitable resource management. 

Highlight best practice to colleagues.

Should this be stopped or restarted in a different way? If you think it should be restarted in a different way then how would you change it from before?

Decision making is fundamental and previously relied upon a single consultant making unilateral decisions on management with varying degrees of input from other staff. With a truly MDT Oncall approach we can provide a more holistic view that 

edited on Jul 13, 2020 by Kyle Beacham
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Greta McLachlan 5 months ago

Status labels added: Choice, Collaboration, Consent, Effective Team Working, Health & Wellbeing, Information Sharing, Integration Of Resources, Patient Activation, Patient Selection, Shared Decision Making, Staff & Patient Collaboration, Supported Self-Management, Things To Stop, Horizon 1

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Greta McLachlan 5 months ago

The idea has been progressed to the next milestone.

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Kyle Beacham 4 months ago

Status labels removed: Choice, Collaboration, Consent, Effective Team Working, Health & Wellbeing, Information Sharing, Integration Of Resources, Patient Activation, Patient Selection, Shared Decision Making, Staff & Patient Collaboration, Supported Self-Management, Things To Stop

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