【webinar】What is “SDM”: A lecture for medical professionals and patients/families vol.1|医療者・患者/家族向けの「SDMとは」講義その1

Last night, as part of a seminar series titled “Blood Cancer Know-it-all Night” organized by CNJ (Cancer Net Japan), I gave a two-hour talk on “Shared Decision-Making (SDM),” a framework for reaching a consensus that is acceptable to both medical professionals and patients/families in a difficult decision-making setting in healthcare. I am in charge of the last two sessions of this project (serving as so-called “Tori”). I would like to devote myself to the next one as well (in March).

Last night was the first of the two serial sessions. I spoke on the theme of “How to make good decisions for individual patients before even coming to SDM.” I talked about recognizing cognitive biases in decision-making and how to avoid these traps to make its quality better. It may have been a bit difficult as it is not something you hear much about in the medical world, but I was relieved to receive feedback so positive. I look forward to seeing you next month!

昨晩は、CNJ(キャンサー・ネット・ジャパン)が主催する「血液がん知っとかナイト」と銘打たれた連続セミナーの一部として、医療者と患者/家族とが納得する合意形成に至るフレームワークである「SDM(Shared Decision-Making)」について、2時間ほど話しました。私はこの企画の最後の2回分を担当し「トリ」を務めさせてもらっています。次回(3月)も精進したいと思います。

昨晩はその第1回目として「SDMの前にまずは患者個人がよい意思決定を行うには」というテーマで、意思決定にまつわる認知バイアスに気づくことや、どうすればその罠から逃れられるのかについて話しました。あまり医療の世界では聞かない話なので少々難しかったかも知れませんが、とても反応がよかったので安堵しました。来月も宜しくお願いします!

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