Module 5 – Personalisation: the other side of the coin to population healthcare

Module 5 – Personalisation: the other side of the coin to population healthcare

£29.00 Ex VAT

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The learning objectives for this module are:

  • To describe the evolution of personalisation in healthcare and the importance of patient values in the process of personalisation

  • To define the relationship between personalised medicine and patient-centred care, and between personalised medicine and precision medicine 

  • To highlight the developing language of healthcare decision-making and define key terms including ‘preference-sensitive decision-making’, the ‘silent misdiagnosis’, ‘values-based decision-making and ‘shared decision-making’

  • To review the implications of a recent legal ruling for the process of obtaining ‘informed consent’ in the UK

  • To outline and contrast the traditional and personalised approaches  to decision-making

  • To identify the obstacles to personalisation and how they can be overcome

By the end of this module you will be able:

  • To differentiate between ‘personalised’ and ‘precision’ medicine

  • To outline the relevance and importance of ‘patient-centred care’, ‘preference-sensitive decision-making’, the ‘silent misdiagnosis’ and ‘shared decision-making’ to the personalisation of care

  • To identify the key points of differentiation between the traditional approach to decision-making and the personalised approach to decision-making 

  • To explain the implications of the recent legal ruling in the UK for professional practice during shared decision-making

  • To describe the principles for evidence-based personalised decision-making

  • To identify the obstacles to increasing the personalisation of care and how they can be overcome

Duration: 90 minutes approx
Access to module: 6 months from purchase
Price: £29.00 (Excl of VAT)

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