Research You Can Use
Shared Decision Making (SDM) is the process in which provider and consumers participate in all phases of the decision making process and together negotiate a treatment to implement. This report summarizes the report and recommendations from the 2009 SDM Summit.
Originally published as: Research You Can Use, Issue 1, 2011.
Delman, J., Foti, M. G., Mistler, L., & Skolnick, T. (2011). First Steps & Beyond: Incorporating Shared Decision Making (SDM) in Massachusetts Mental Health Services (Report & Recommendations from the 2009 Summit). Psychiatry Information in Brief, 8 (10). Retrieved from http://escholarship.umassmed.edu/pib/vol8/iss10/1
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