Shared decision making: doctors have expertise that patients want or need

By | 17th January 2020

The basic problem with shared decision making is that it has always been a matter of ideology rather than evidence…Shared decision making does not need to co-opt conversation analysis and sociolinguistics in its service but to use their findings about the nature of language and social interaction to reflect on the credibility of its own programme.

Robert Dingwall and Alison Pilnick respond to Maskrey N . Shared decision making: why the slow progress? An essay by Neal Maskrey. BMJ2019;367:l6762. doi:10.1136/bmj.l6762 pmid:31806646 FREE Full Text

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