The following are links to other organisations who provide information and guidance on person-centred care which you may find useful. The Health Foundation can take no responsibility for the accuracy or suitability of information from third parties.
This web site contains a wide range of patient stories from every stage of the shared decision making process.
The AQuA shared decision making website includes downloadable resources and a large number of video clips showing shared decision making in action.
The Informed Medical Decisions Foundation works to advance evidence-based shared decision making through research, policy, clinical models and patient decision aids and produces a wide range of resources for both healthcare professionals and patients
NHS Shared Decision Making – This website contains information and resources for both health professionals and patients including a wide range of Patient Decision Aids
This website contains brief information about option grids and option grids for a wide range of conditions which can be downloaded.
This website includes Patient Decision Aids for a wide range of conditions, a toolkit to support their development, an implementation toolkit and a series of downloadable tools to support services to evaluate their approaches to shared decision making.
This easy to use website is primarily targeted at people with long term conditions and contains helpful information about self-management.
This website provides a helpful overview of self-management support and its components.
This website includes a ‘routemap’ and associated materials and resources to support services to implement self-management support.
This website provides information about peer support in health, best practice and case studies.
The patient outcomes blog: measuring patient reported outcomes and experience - This site contains a series of helpful papers setting out approaches to measuring patient reported outcomes and experience.
This website provides free flexible training materials to equip staff or members of the public with the knowledge and skills, influencing the strategic agenda on Self-management, improving local health and social care services.
Crowdhealth is an online hub where patients, carers and clinicians can come together to learn about, and share opinions on, self-managing long-term conditions, while reviewing the latest self-management resources available.
These web pages set out the government’s commitment to shared decision making, national programmes implementing shared decision making, decision support materials and other resources.
The centre works with patients, carers, clinicians and commissioners providing training and consultancy to support the implementation self-management support.