Shared Decision Making

It’s your duty to participate in making a diagnosis and treatment plan when your cat is sick.

In human medicine there is a term called “shared decision making.” It means that the patient is provided with the best available evidence about a medical situation and is encouraged to weigh in on the diagnostic and treatment options instead of leaving all the decisions to be made by the physician in top-down fashion. We […]
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