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Guidance on Shared Decision Making

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Intended audience group: 2

Front line registered and unregistered staff in all health (NHS, Community and Primary Care) and social care environments, including health improvement personnel, nursing, practitioners, pharmacists, link workers, patient engagement , volunteers and personal assistants of care. All providing a care provision or working with people , families and communities.


Intended Audience Group
Shared Decision Making
Aims and Objectives

This module is part of the overall Shared Decision Making Programme. It provides an overview of person centred care focusing on shared decision making, self-management support and motivational interviewing. It discusses the need for a change in current practice and provides healthcare professionals with information on the drivers for person centred care, the legal framework which supports it and the tools and resources to embed it within clinical practice.

This module consists of two e-learning sessions:

  1. An introduction to Person Centred Care
  2. Developing Person Centred Care Skills





Frequency / Length
Resource / Organisation
Health Education England and the Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA).
Training delivered by:
Cost, Funded or Free