Professor and Chair, Department of Population Health Sciences University of Utah SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, United States
Angela Fagerlin, PhD: No financial relationships to disclose
Shared clinical decision making is important for pharmacists because it enables them to collaborate with patients in a way that enhances patient outcomes, promotes patient empowerment and supports patient-centered care. Attend this session to explore ways to collaborate with your patients and help improve their health outcomes.
Define shared clinical decision-making (SCDM).
Identify critical elements required in effective SCDM.
Describe the approach to implementing SCDM in pharmacy practice.