Developers: Jürgen Kasper, Frauke Hoffmann, Christoph Heesen, Sascha Köpke, Friedemann Geiger

Year of publication: 2012

Date of last revision: 21 September 2019

Setting in which the tool was originally developed/validated: Primary and specialty care

Restriction to setting(s): None

Target group: General practitioners and doctors working at the dental medicine and multiple sclerosis outpatient department

Language(s): German

Tool topics:

Facilitative communication / stimulating patient activation
Gathering information/listening
Information giving / providing information / explanation and planning
Shared decision making

Specific constructs/behaviours:

Interrelations of SDM indicators administered from different perspectives (doctor, patient, observer)
Specific behaviors:
Involvement in terms of behaviour: behaviours attempting to involve the two parties in the decision-making process, i.e., efforts undertaken by doctor or patient to make the particular SDM issue explicit (and by doing so involve each other in the communication).
Result or extent of actual involvement achieved: perceived (communication) result in terms of SDM, i.e., did the patient or provider feel involved in the communication during the consultation.
SDM: two way exchange of information within provider-patient dyad involved in decision making.

Types of data required to use the tool: Video recordings

Intended application: Research

Reference(s) to development/validation paper(s):

Kasper J, Hoffmann F, Heesen C, Köpke S, Geiger F. MAPPIN'SDM--the multifocal approach to sharing in shared decision making. PLoS One. 2012;7(4):e34849

Tool/manual available: Yes. (Kasper et al (2012))

Access: Public