Informed Decision-Making Professionals Workshop

Informed Decision-Making Professionals Workshop:

  Half-day (4.5 hours)

  Appropriate for front-line clinicians.

This workshop is designed for front line clinicians who are involved in diagnostic or treatment decisions, and it focuses on skills needed to create successful partnerships that support patients in making decisions consistent with their desire to be involved and the values that influence that decision. The practical skills taught in this workshop are using Ask-Tell-Ask to give information and advice and using the BRAIN worksheet to support informed decision making.  

This course can accommodate up to 24 learners learners per group.

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  • State values involved in informed decision making.
  • Define person and family-centred care. 
  • Define informed and shared decision making.
  • Describe the Spirit of MI and ways to express it.
  • Demonstrate Ask-Tell-Ask.
  • Describe an approach to informed decision making.
  • Demonstrate using the BRAIN worksheet.
  • Consider the application of BRAIN to decisions made by those living at risk.
  • Demonstrate using skills with a decision aide.
  • Apply skills to practice.

This is can either be delivered as an interactive skills-based workshop or webinar that is designed for participants who want to consider practical applications for their interactions. CCMI uses learner-centred, performance-based approaches to adult education. The Informed Decision Making Overview includes:

  • Learning activities that evoke understanding and build skills.
  • Practice activities that increases practical understanding and allow trainers to provide constructive feedback.
  • Facilitated discussions about how new skills and knowledge can be applied in learners work or volunteer setting.

See our CCMI Services page for an overview of all of our offerings and details like workshop prerequisites, duration, and capacity.