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How COVID-19 can Catalyse Informed Consent Shared Decision-Making
The RCSEd educational initiative, Informed Consent Shared Decision-Making (ICONS) was developed as a response to the UK Montgomery ruling which put patients, not surgeons, at the core of surgical decision-making.

This webinar draws on lessons learnt from ICONS and takes participants on a journey from “consenting” to shared decision-making, “consulting” to conversation and from the primacy of face to face clinic appointments towards a greater and meaningful surgical decision pathway. The unique occurrence of Covid19 has catalysed the opportunity to drive the development of virtual clinics. The uncertainty of its added complications spotlights the irrelevance of single event probabilities when communicating surgical risk.

We hope you can join us for what should be a lively discussion with great learnings for all.

Get involved and send in your questions ahead of the webinar to covid19comms@rcsed.ac.uk, we will do our best to answer them.

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The content of this webinar is provided for informational purposes only and is general and educational in nature and does not constitute medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. In registering for this webinar, you accept our disclaimer which can be read in full on our website: https://rcsed.ac.uk/webinar-disclaimer

May 25, 2020 07:00 PM in London

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