This case study describes how the team in Newcastle working on the Health Foundation’s MAGIC programme to implement shared decision making worked with the children’s rheumatology service at Newcastle Hospitals Children’s Services to support new approaches to communicating with young people and preparing them to transfer to adult services.
This case study describes the introduction of 'patient walkabouts' around the outpatient clinics where shared decision making is being implemented, as part of work in Newcastle upon Tyne on the Health Foundation's MAGIC programme.
This one-page case study describes experiences in Cardiff, where the Health Foundation's MAGIC programme has four action learning sets to help facilitate cross-practice collaboration with primary care teams.
How using clinical coding has supported the monitoring of shared decision making and encouraged behaviour changeThis case study describes work by Collingwood and Central surgeries in Newcastle as part of the Health Foundation's MAGIC programme to explore different ways to remind clinicians about shared decision making, to encourage more activity using clinical coding data.
Adapted from the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement Project Management Tools, this tool sets out the key questions teams need to answer and help the plan the key activities needed to initiate shared decision making.