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Alternative Dispute Resolution, Conflict Resolution, Dialogue, Education, Facilitation, Health, Organizational Development
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Minimizing Malpractice Risks by Role Clarification: The Confusing Transition from Tort to Contract, Annals of Int Med 109/3: 234-241, 8/1/88 DOWNLOAD this article.
Written for physicians, this piece discusses the difficulties with informed consent identified by a President's Commission in 1982 and their suggestion that shared decisionmaking be employed by the profession. It postulates the scope of practice and the allocation of responsibility for decisions as common misunderstandings capable of clarification and identifies the four basic decisionmaking models.
Shared Planning: A New Foundation for Quality Criteria, Physician Executive 5/89
This article explains shared decisionmaking and collaborative planning for physicians involved in health care management and discuses the premises of the Annals article.
Compliers, Consenters, Collaborators & Deciders: Know Your Patient's Decision-Making Preferences Medical Malpractice Prevention 9/91 WMCO
Risk management view of premises addressed in Annals article of 1988, highlighting medical decisionmaking models and illustrating physician patient agreements in clinical application.
Collaborative physician-patient planning and professional liability; opening the legal door to unconventional medicine ; Advances in Mind Body Medicine, Volume 15, No.2, Spring, '99
Explores role clarification and collaborative planning as applied to the scope of practice boundaries between conventional medicine and holistic therapies. Contains a forum of comments by Ruth Cohn Bolletino, PhD, Tracy W. Gaudet, MD, Theodore Pincus, MD, David Studdert, LLB, ScD, MPH, on ethical questions, implications for acute and chronic illness, licensing and consent, and replies by the author.
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