8 edition of Psychology of Decision Making in Health Care found in the catalog.
December 17, 2007
by Nova Science Pub Inc
Written in English
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In the past decade, the relationship between patient choice and clinical decision making has been seen as increasingly significant by healthcare systems around the globe. This 3rd edition of Shared Decision Making in Health Care addresses important developments in this area, including the placing of shared decision making (SDM) at the centre of the US Affordable Care Act . For nearly fifteen years Practical Decision Making in Health Care Ethics has offered scholars and students a highly accessible and teachable alternative to the dominant principle-based theories in the field. Devettere's approach is not based on an ethics of abstract obligations and duties, but, following Aristotle, on how to live a fulfilled and happy life -- in short, an ethics of personal.
Abstract. In this chapter, we orient the reader to the emerging field of aging and decision making portrayed in this edited volume. We trace recent progress made in addressing issues identified by the National Research Council (, ) in three general areas: neurobiological mechanisms, behavioral mechanisms (including cognition, affect, and motivation), and applied perspectives . This chapter reflects on arguments supporting achievement of shared decision making (SDM). Policy support for SDM has been evident in many countries and research by many groups has investigated the impact of information-rich patient-facing tools. We observe, however, that many chapters in this book deal with the challenges of implementation, recognizing that when Author: Glyn Elwyn.
Decision making in health care: theory, psychology, and applications. Gretchen B. Chapman and Frank S. Sonnenberg (eds). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, No. of pages ISBN 0‐‐‐4. Price £40 (hard cover)Cited by: 1. In psychology, decision-making (also spelled decision making and decisionmaking) is regarded as the cognitive process resulting in the selection of a belief or a course of action among several alternative possibilities. Decision-making is the process of identifying and choosing alternatives based on the values, preferences and beliefs of the decision-maker.
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Decision Making in Health Care, first published inis a comprehensive overview of the field of medical decision making Psychology of Decision Making in Health Care book a rapidly expanding field that includes quantitative theoretical tools for modeling decisions, psychological research on how decisions are actually made, and applied research on how physician and patient decision making 5/5(1).
Decision Making in Health Care is an up-to-date, comprehensive overview of the field of medical decision making- -a rapidly expanding field that includes quantitative theoretical tools for modeling decisions, psychological research on how decisions are actually made, and applied research on how physician and patient decision making can be by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm: Contents: Expert Commentary: End of Life Decision Making: Autonomy and Capability / Guido Miccinesi and Claudia Borreani --Ch.
Decision Making Process and Health Seeking Patterns of Young Women with Unplanned Pregnancies, Bangkok, Thailand /. When making a decision in such a situation, people tend to employ two different decision-making strategies: the availability heuristic and the representativeness heuristic.
Remember, a heuristic is a rule-of-thumb mental short-cut that allows people to make decisions and judgments quickly. Get this from a library. Psychology of decision making in legal, health care and science settings. [Gloria R Burthold;] -- In a fast-moving world, the necessity of making decisions, and preferably good ones, has become even more difficult.
One reason is the variety and number of choices perhaps available which often are. Decision Making in Health Care: Theory, Psychology, and Applications (Cambridge Series on Judgment and Decision Making) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Denise de Ridder, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Concluding Remarks.
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Health psychology, developed in the late s, is its own domain of inquiry. A health psychologist, also called a medical psychologist, helps individuals explore the link between emotions and. Decision making can be stressful, It's one of the most important things that we do and we do it ab times every day.
These 8 factors are the. This is a well-written and organized, valuable, must-own book for anyone involved in decision making in health care, where high costs and precious lives are at stake. Editors: Gretchen B. Chapman, PhD is Assistant Professor of Psychology at Rutgers University, where she is a member f the Health Psychology area.
Health Care Ethics For Psychologists: A Casebook explores the ethical questions encountered most often by practitioners in health care settings. Ethical challenges occur almost routinely in health care. Issues of informed consent, respect for patients' dignity and confidentiality, the balance between patient and family rights, and billing for services under managed care are Pages: Dr.
Allen's research and clinical interests focus on interventions to reduce the stress of individuals, family, and professional caregivers for older adults with advanced chronic or terminal illness; the dynamics of health care decision making; and practice and training issues, including : All bases are covered, with major topics including bioethics, health policy and economics, disaster simulation modeling, medical informatics, the psychology of decision making, shared and team medical decision making, social, moral and religious factors, end-of-life decision making, assessing patient preference and patient adherence, and more.
"Decision Making in Health Care" is an up-to-date, comprehensive overview of the field of medical decision making - a rapidly expanding field that includes quantitative theoretical tools for modeling decisions, psychological research on how decisions are actually made, and applied research on how physicians and patient decision making can be /5(2).
A compendium of health care quantitative techniques based in Excel. Analytics and Decision Support in Health Care Operations is a comprehensive introductory guide to quantitative techniques, with practical Excel-based solutions for strategic health care management.
This new third edition has been extensively updated to reflect the continuously Author: Yasar A. Ozcan. Abstract—Clinical judgment and decision-making is a required component of professional nursing.
Expert nurses are known for their efficient and intuitive decision-making processes, while novice nurses are known for more effortful and deliberate. Decisions in health care can be particularly awkward, involving a complex web of diagnostic and therapeutic uncertainties, patient preferences and values, and costs.
It is not surprising that there is often considerable disagreement about the best course of by: 1. Every day, people are inundated with decisions, big and small. Understanding how people arrive at their choices is an area of cognitive psychology that has received attention.
Theories have been generated to explain how people make decisions, and what types of factors influence decision making in the present and future. Medical Necessity brings high-level theoretical concepts to bear on the idea of necessity, showing that this uniquely important aspect of contemporary medical administration appears and recedes in relation to a set of actors—doctors, patients, insurance companies, paraprofessionals, and lawyers—who manage the classification of treatments and negotiate the technical aspects of.
Husted and Husted's classic text provides a systematic approach to bioethical decision making that can help clarify situations where ""right"" and ""wrong"" are not clearly defined. Based on the interaction of health professional and patient, this approach focuses on well-being and the right to self-direction for both.The book is quite different from standard texts on decision-making methodology and standard decisions theory in that it is written from the point of view of a psychologist who recognizes that almost all decisions are based on anticipations people make about the future (predictive judgements) which lead to choices or decisions largely based on.Shared decision making in health care is defined as an active mutual partnership between the physician or other health care provider and the patient (Charles, Gafni, & Whelan ).
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