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Improving Surgical Decision Making

Improving Surgical Decision Making

Improving Surgical Decision Making

Keith D’Oria & Margaret L. Schwarze, MD, FACS
Keith D’Oria & Margaret L. Schwarze, MD, FACS
on behalf of AKH Inc. Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare

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Launch date: 05 Jan 2018
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Last updated: 31 Oct 2019

Reference: 185902

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Ms JOSEPHINE KIBOORI BSc (29 Sep 2019)
I have learnt in 30 minutes lots of vital key points. Involving patients in decision making will always avoid many mistakes. Am working in a surgical hospital and I will ASAP share these notes with both the Nurses, surgeons, and Anesthetists
(23 Oct 2019)
Patients need to be more informed to make an informed decision.
Mrs Carina Anderson (23 Oct 2019)
Very informative

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Description

Researchers have developed and tested a tool designed to address the core decisional and informational needs of older surgical patients. The tool may improve patient engagement and reduce postoperative treatment regret and conflict about post-surgical treatments.

Objectives

Objective: Discuss a study—and its findings—for which the researchers designed a preoperative decision-making intervention to generate a question prompt list to help surgical patients make preference-sensitive decisions.
Upon completion of the educational activity, participants should be able to discuss a study—and its findings—for which the researchers designed a preoperative decision-making intervention to generate a question prompt list to help surgical patients make preference-sensitive decisions.
Keith D’Oria & Margaret L. Schwarze, MD, FACS

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Keith D’Oria & Margaret L. Schwarze, MD, FACS
on behalf of AKH Inc. Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare

AKH Inc, Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare (AKH) is an accredited provider of continuing education for licensed healthcare professionals and has built a reputation for high quality programs that adhere to education and accreditation standards.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME)
  • 0.50 Credits
  • American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
  • 0.50 Hours

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Ms JOSEPHINE KIBOORI BSc (29 Sep 2019)
I have learnt in 30 minutes lots of vital key points. Involving patients in decision making will always avoid many mistakes. Am working in a surgical hospital and I will ASAP share these notes with both the Nurses, surgeons, and Anesthetists
(23 Oct 2019)
Patients need to be more informed to make an informed decision.
Mrs Carina Anderson (23 Oct 2019)
Very informative
(18 Jun 2019)
you are basically reading a research paper and answering questions about it in my opinion that is not what a course is. I did not learn any new information about how to improving surgical decision making. I just learned that someone came up with a questionnaire and did a study on its effectiveness.
(1 Feb 2019)
it was good

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