BMJ posts expert roundtable audio on Salzburg Statement and Shared Decision Making

The BMJ (British Medical Journal) has posted a three-part downloadable podcast about the Salzburg Statement.

Part 1: History and current status of shared decision making. [26:04]
Part 2: Vision of the future, and barriers to getting there. [23:31]
Part 3: Informed doctors, informed patients. [35:48m]

The participants were:

Fiona Godlee, editor in chief, BMJ
Angela Coulter, director of global initiatives, Foundation for Informed Medical Decision Making
Albert Mulley, co-founder, Foundation for Informed Medical Decision Making, and director, Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science
Glyn Elwyn, research professor with an interest in shared decision making, Cardiff University
Muir Gray, chair of the Information Standard, Department of Health, and co-editor (with Gerd Gigerenzer of the new book Better Doctors, Better Patients, Better Decisions: Envisioning Health Care 2020
Marion Collict, national programme manager, shared decision making, NHS (UK’s National Health System)
Alf Collins, consultant in pain medicine, Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust, and national clinical lead for Co-Creating Health
Margaret McCartney, writer and GP
Anu Dhir, junior surgical trainee and co-signatory of the Salzburg Statement
Gerd Gigerenzer, director, Center for Adaptive Behaviour and Cognition, Max Planck Institute for Human Behaviour
Lisa Schwartz, professor of medicine, Dartmouth Medical School,  author (with Steve Woloshin (see below)) of  Know Your Chances available free online.
Steve Woloshin, professor of medicine, Dartmouth Medical School
“e-Patient Dave” deBronkart, co-chair, Society for Participatory Medicine
Tessa Richards, analysis editor, BMJ
Sue Ziebland, research director of the Health Experiences Research Group and a reader in qualitative health research, Department of Primary Health Care, University of Oxford

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  1. […] making (SDM) last December, and we both participated in the BMJ’s podcast on SDM, per this April post. She’s a passionate e-patient and e-patient parent herself, as well as an accomplished […]

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