Shared Decision-Making Resources

Shared Decision-Making

People who use WRAP make decisions about their lives, relationships, health care, and services on a regular basis. Some of these decisions are easy to make on your own, but others are more complicated or difficult. You can reduce your stress and make better choices if you use a step-by-step process to think through your situation and options.

Shared Decision-Making (SDM) is recommended by the National Academy of Medicine (formerly the Institute of Medicine) as a way for people to partner with their physician or other healthcare provider in making important decisions about treatment and services. In this process, you and your provider share information and consider the options, but the final decisions about treatment, services, and supports are yours to make.

These resources can help you learn more about shared decision-making:

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