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This article is from Journal of Public Health Research, volume 1.AbstractAbstract: This paper aims to identify the challenges in the implementation of shared decision-making SDM when the doctor and the patient have a difference of opinion. It analyses the preconditions of the resolution of this difference of opinion by using an analytical and normative framework known in the field of argumentation theory as the ideal model of critical discussion. This analysis highlights the communication skills and attitudes that both doctors and patients must apply in a dispute resolution-oriented communication. Questions arise over the methods of empowerment of doctors and patients in these skills and attitudes as the preconditions of SDM. Overall, the paper highlights aspects in which research is needed to design appropriate programmes of training, education and support in order to equip doctors and patients with the means to successfully engage in shared decision-making. Acknowledgements: the authors would like to thank the Swiss National Science Foundation for funding this project project number:PDFMP1 132523. Enhancing doctor-patient argumentation through the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health ICF. Insights from a study in the field of chronic pain.



Author: Zanini, Claudia A.; Rubinelli, Sara

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