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Tag: shared decision-making

1 4/2/2014

Honored to be named “champion of shared decision making”

2 2/7/2014

New cholesterol guidelines present need for shared decision-making


5 shared decision-making articles in JAMA Internal Medicine receive little attention

6 1/15/2013

Doctors who order PSA blood test without discussing it with patients


My Health Literacy Month blog series post – the potential for harm in the daily tsunami of health news


Institute of Medicine publication cites work of


KC TV station report on variations & shared decision-making


“The doctor decided I’d have a PSA test without consulting me”


Telling the story of variations in health care and shared decision-making in a TV news story


NBC’s Nancy Snyderman views drop in mammograms-in-40s as a good thing