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Informed decision making is a way to engage patients, clients, and peers in their own care by working in partnership with them to identify the best course of action. It involves supporting people to consider the potential benefits and risks associated with their options, while factoring in their values and preferences. Training focuses on a conceptual understanding and structured approach to informed decision-making conversations.

This overview highlights key concepts for informed decision making and the foundation for working together.

Date(s)

Tuesday, 10:30AM to 11:45AM

Location

Online - no venue
No address,
Central East, M1H 3E3

Venue Room

Online - no meeting room

Registration Contact

Lisa Fekos

Self-Management Program Central East

1 866 971 5545

Registration Fee

Free

Parking

Free

Available Spots

5

August

17

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Get In Touch

1 (866) 971-5545
CE.Self-Management@lhins.on.ca