Dealing with the Lack of Time for Detailed Shared Decision-making in Primary Care

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In a recent Journal of General Internal Medicine article, Rod Hayward and CBSSM's Tanner Caverly review the strong evidence indicating a need, in the primary care context, for a shared decision making (SDM) approach that takes less time than current more detailed SDM models. They offer a compromise proposal called "everyday SDM" for PCPs who value the goals of SDM, but find they are not engaging in SDM because of limited time. The article can be found here.


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