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pluralages coverStrengthening the partnership between seniors, families and practitioners in the context of social and health care services

Shared decision-making ensures that interventions are adapted to the complexity of older adults’ health conditions, in accordance with their values and preferences. Concretely, shared decision-making is one of the core components of the patient-centred approach advocated by a number of national organizations, including the College of Family Physicians of Canada. In Quebec, this approach is also a cornerstone of the Plan stratégique 2015- 2020 developed by the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (MSSS)

Source: CREGES