A personal view of the shared decision making process and its importance to patients

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In this one-page case study, Julie Marshall, involvement co-ordinator at Community Action on Health in Newcastle upon Tyne, shares her personal view of what helps to make shared decision making work.

She briefly explores the challenge of providing patients with full information, whilst not overwhelming them and having the conversation at the right time for the patient, as well as the benefits from a patient perspective.

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