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  • 25Oct

    Shared Decision Making: essential but hard to measure

    Richard Lehman, Professor of the Shared Understanding of Medicine at the University of Birmingham, reflects on the latest Cochrane evidence on shared decision making and what might be needed to see it become a reality in all health care settings. Shared decision making is a good thing. Here is how the authors of an updated Cochrane Review…

  • 9Aug

    Patient and public engagement in research and health system decision making

    A systematic review of evaluation tools: Patient and public engagement is growing, but evaluative efforts remain limited. Reviews looking at evaluation tools for patient engagement in individual decision making do exist, but no similar articles in research and health systems have been published. The objective was to systematically review and appraise evaluation tools for patient…

  • 15Mar

    NIHR Research on severe mental illness

    Forward Thinking – National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) research on support for people with severe mental illness Severe mental illness (SMI) affects somewhere between one in one hundred and one in two hundred adults. People with severe mental illness, like schizophrenia, psychosis or bipolar disorder, often experience poorer health and, as a result, die…

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