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06/19/2018

Patient Decision Aids – Important for Bioethics & Health Law

I was surprised, this afternoon, when only two or three in a room full of medical ethicists (at the IME Summer Research Conference in Oxford) were familiar with patient decision aids.


This is the same response that I received, last week, in a room full of health law professors at the ASLME HLP in Cleveland.

My immediate projects involve highlighting the importance and value of PDAs for those (like malpractice insurance carriers) who can incentivize broader PDA use. But it seems that I must also better make the case to my disciplinary colleagues.  
 

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