NHS England and NHS Improvement has commissioned CPPE to develop a programme of learning centred on embedding shared decision making into patient consultations.
Shared decision making and personalised care are core elements of the NHS Long Term Plan. Pharmacy professionals are seen as being a key provider of personalised care within primary care. Shared decision making is linked to improved outcomes for patients and puts patients at the centre of their own care, making them experts in their own healthcare decisions.
The Shared decision making programme is now open to all NHS pharmacy professionals in a patient-facing role in England. This means that you are in a role where you speak with patients face-to-face or via phone or video.
The programme is delivered via an e-course and two online workshops days. On completing the Shared decision making programme, learners should be able to:
To find out more about Shared decision making, and how to apply, visit: www.cppe.ac.uk/career/sdm/default