Key concepts in values-based practice: the point, premise and process. Values-based practice

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KEY CONCEPTS in VALUES-BASED PRACTICE: the point, premise and process.

Values-based practice is a partner to evidence-based practice in supporting clinical judgement as we square down in individual cases

  • Squaring down is the process by which in exercising clinical judgment a skilled clinician focuses progressively on the more relevant information and discards the less relevant information arising from history, examination and investigations

Evidence-based practice is vital to bringing the clinician’s focus onto the most likely diagnostic and treatment possibilities; values-based practice is vital to matching those possibilities with the particular circumstances presented by this particular patient in this particular situation

The point of values-based practice

To support balanced decision making within frameworks of shared values

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