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Consent And Shared Decision-Making For Healthcare Profession

Posted By: ELK1nG
Consent And Shared Decision-Making For Healthcare Profession

Consent And Shared Decision-Making For Healthcare Profession
Published 5/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 262.50 MB | Duration: 1h 0m

Consent and shared decision-making

What you'll learn

Importance of Consent and Shared Decision-Making

Legal and Ethical Principles Related to Consent and Shared Decision-Making

Principle of beneficence and non-maleficence

Strategies to Enhance Shared Decision-Making and Consent




Consent and shared decision-making are critical aspects of healthcare that healthcare professionals should be knowledgeable about. Consent refers to the agreement of a patient to undergo a medical intervention or treatment after receiving all relevant information about the intervention or treatment, including its risks, benefits, and alternatives. Shared decision-making, on the other hand, is a collaborative process between the healthcare provider and the patient, where they work together to make decisions about the patient’s healthcare based on the patient’s values, preferences, and needs. This module will discuss the importance of consent and shared decision-making, the legal and ethical principles related to these concepts, and strategies that healthcare professionals can use to enhance shared decision-making and consent. This course is for doctors, dentists, nurses, midwives, pharmacists, osteopaths, chiropractors, psychologist, physiotherapists and other health and care professionals. We specialise in providing focused courses on Probity and Ethics for doctors, dentists, nurses, midwives, pharmacists, osteopaths, chiropractors, psychologist, physiotherapists and other clinicians. The clinicians attend our courses for either professional development or appraisal / re-validation purposes, or are facing investigation or proceedings with the GMC, GDC, NMC, GPhC, GOSC, GCC or the MPTS or any other regulatory bodies.The courses are conducted by facilitator who has experience working in the NHS and private health sector and is well aware of the processes of the GMC investigation and the MPTS to build Insight, Reflection and Remediation, if facing a complaint or investigation in your department or with GMC/GDC/NMC/GPhC/GOsC/GCC/HCPC or other regulatory bodyImprove knowledge and understanding of probity and ethics and the expected professional and ethical standards and learn what to do if a breach happens. Avoid situation of misconduct and fitness to practice.We also organise face to face (via video-link) courses on personal basis. Please message us to enquire about same with following topics covered.- What is Probity, honesty, what is Ethics- What are the standards of Probity, Ethics, Professionalism that are expected of a Healthcare professional by their respective regulatory bodies - GMC, GDC, NMC or HCPC- Why is Ethics, Probity, Professionalism important for a Healthcare professional- Professionalism- Justice and fairness- Professional boundaries- Case examples of Healthcare professionals who had cases with the their professional bodies and learn lessons from them- Insight- Reflection- Remediation, and demonstrating that a similar mistake or misconduct will not be repeated in futureThe course content and delivery focuses on clinicians who have an investigation, hearing or case in departments or with regulators like the GMC, GDC, NMC, GPhC, HCPC or other healthcare regulatory bodies.


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Consent and shared decision making

Lecture 2 Communication strategies for HCPs with case studies

Lecture 3 Behaviour change strategies with case studies

Lecture 4 Confidentiality and disclosure for HCPs

Lecture 5 Sample lecture

Healthcare Professionals,Doctors,Nurses