Overview of the main challenges in shared decision making in a multicultural and diverse society in the intensive and critical care setting.

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Summary of "Overview of the main challenges in shared decision making in a multicultural and diverse society in the intensive and critical care setting."

In shared decision making, health care professionals and patients collaborate in making health-related choices. This process is based on autonomy and constitutes one to the elements of patient-centered care. However, there are situations where shared decision making is more difficult, if not impossible, due to barriers, which may be related to language, culture, education, or mental capacity and external factors like the state of emergency or the availability of alternative sources of information.


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Name: Journal of evaluation in clinical practice
ISSN: 1365-2753


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