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Shared decision-making with people with intellectual disabilities in the last phase of life: A scoping review

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Shared decision-making with people with intellectual disabilities in the last phase of life: A scoping review

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Shared decision-making (SDM) is theprocess in which healthcare professionals and patients jointly discuss and decide which care and treatment policy is to be followed. The importance of SDM is increasingly being recognised across health settings, including palliative care. Little is known about SDM with people with intellectual disabilities (IDs) in the last phase of life. This review aimed to explore to which extent and in which way people with ID in the last phase of life are involved in decision-making about their care and treatment.




OrganisatieAvans Hogeschool
AfdelingExpertisecentrum Caring Society 3.0
LectoraatLectoraat Leven Lang in Beweging
Zorg rond het levenseinde
Gepubliceerd inJournal of Intellectual Disability Research Vol. 2020 (64), Uitgave: 11, Pagina's: 881-894
Datum2020-09-11
TypeArtikel
TaalEngels

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