Interprofessional Shared Decision-Making Model Analysis

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A model of SDM called the Interprofessional Shared Decision-Making Model provides some guidance with respect to the different levels of support needed to provide SDM. The model address three levels within the health care system. The micro-level is the individual level where the patient presents with a health problem that requires a decision. The meso-level incorporates the health care teams within an organization. The macro-level refers to the broader policies and social context that can facilitate or hinder the SDM process. The underlying assumption is that an interprofessional approach to SDM within clinical encounters will not occur independently of the influence of factors from the health care system level.

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