Shared decision making between service users and healthcare professionals is an integral part of healthcare, says NICE, in new guideline recommendations published today.
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NICE’s new guideline on shared decision making will help transform people’s experiences of health and social care. It will instil greater collaboration between professionals, patients and their families. It will pioneer a new climate and culture of putting people firmly at the heart of our healthcare system.
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