Member Fee: £90 Non Member Fee: £115
The objective of this part of the course is to enable researchers to appraise, compare, apply, justify and interpret SDM research designs and methodology.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Describe the breadth of definitions of SDM (part 1)
- Understand the strengths and limitations of using certain research designs and measurement tools
- Apply this knowledge to one’s own (proposed) SDM project
The course is directed towards researchers with some background in research on healthcare communication, and who have some prior knowledge on SDM but wish to explore (other) possible ways to research this topic.
Participation in SDM course part 1 is a prerequisite for this course.
Language: The course will be held in English and we will try to accommodate participants for whom English is not their first language.
As preparation for part 1 of the course, participants will be sent a synopsis of the theory and 2-3 papers on SDM. No additional preparation is required for the research course.
Associate Professor in Medical Decision Making, Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC), The Netherlands
She was trained as a cognitive psychologist and obtained her PhD in 2005, investigating doctor-patient communication. She was Research fellow of the Dutch Cancer Society (2008-2011). Her most recent research work relates to doctor/patient treatment preferences, patient involvement in treatment decision making, and defining and measuring shared decision making. She received the 2018 Jozien Bensing research award from EACH and has been Associate editor of Patient Education and Counseling since 2017.
Senior Researcher at the LUMC, The Netherlands and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic, USA
She was trained as a Clinical Linguist and obtained her PhD in Medicine, focusing on patient-clinician communication and shared decision making (SDM). She has a special interest in technical versus humanistic approaches of SDM, measurement with a wink, burden of patient involvement and making care fit in patients’ lives.
Senior Researcher at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden in collaboration with the Alzheimer center Amsterdam at Amsterdam University Medical Centers, The Netherlands. She has a background in Medical Psychology and obtained her PhD investigating medical communication in the oncology setting. Currently, her research focusses on the memory clinic setting, and SDM and risk communication in the context of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
Maximum number of participants: 15
The Shared decision making: Definitiions, research methods, and teaching techniques is a three part course incorporating this course and the Shared decision making: teaching methods course. The cost is £120 for members and £155 for non members and can be booked using the same registration link.
Tuesday 16 November – SDM research & teach Part 1 (4.5 hours)
Friday 19 November – SDM research Part 2 (4.5 hours)
Date/Time 16 Nov 2021 @ 8:00 am - 12:30 pm