Presentation on theme: "Implementing shared decision making – learning from the UK MAGIC Programme."— Presentation transcript:
Implementing shared decision making – learning from the UK MAGIC Programme
Conflicts of interest The MAGIC programme was supported by the Health Foundation, who have also contributed to the costs of attendance of presenters at this and other conferences RT and his organisation have received fees for talks and research advice related to SDM, and have had research funded by a range of organisations, including UK NIHR, research councils and charities. RT has developed a range of decision support tools but has no personal financial interest in any outputs of his research. DT is a full time GP who does some consultancy work. He gives lectures and runs seminars and these have been funded by The Health Foundation, various Deaneries and NHS organisations and charities. 8 years ago he ran a 3 day course for 3 years funded by Wyeth. DT has helped develop a range of decision support tools and was funded by Newcastle University to help produce these. HM sponsored was paid by Health Care Improvement Scotland to give a talk in No further conflicts of interest
We are Richard Thomson Maureen Fallon Dave TomsonMike SpencerHelen McGarrigle
Newcastle Richard Thomson Cardiff Glyn Elwyn/Maureen Fallon Acknowledgements: The Health Foundation, Cardiff and Vale Health Board, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, staff and patients involved across both sites.
Aims 1. Understand barriers and facilitators to implementing SDM 2. Apply appropriate learning from a large national project on SDM implementation 3. Access a range of resources to support SDM implementation
Timetable SessionLead So where do you stand?DT Overview of MAGICRT/MF Patient and public: engagement and activation MS SDM Micro-skills trainingDT Break The value of decision supportRT Sustainability and SpreadMF Collective learningAll Q and A and closeAll