Informed, Involved and Influential: The 3 I's model of Shared Decision Making in Mental Health Care

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Stacey, Gemma, Felton, Anne, Houghton, Philip, Hui, Ada, Morgan, Alastair, Shutt, James, Diamond, Bob, Willis, M. and Stickley, Theo 2015. Informed, Involved and Influential: The 3 I's model of Shared Decision Making in Mental Health Care. Mental Health Practice. 19 (4), pp. 31-35.
AuthorsStacey, Gemma, Felton, Anne, Houghton, Philip, Hui, Ada, Morgan, Alastair, Shutt, James, Diamond, Bob, Willis, M. and Stickley, Theo
Abstract

Collaboration between service users and mental health professionals is at the heart of values based practice and shared decision making. However, there has been limited analysis of the implications of these approaches within a healthcare context that
involves depriving service users of their freedom. This article proposes a framework that aims to promote shared decision making which acknowledges, all participants must be Informed, Involved and Influential in the decision-making process. However,
these are fluid; they refer to a sliding scale of influence that moves between these different positions depending on context, capacity and desire to influence.

KeywordsShared Decision Making; Values Based Practice; Power; Influence
JournalMental Health Practice
Journal citation19 (4), pp. 31-35
ISSN1465-8720
Year2015
PublisherRCN Publishing Ltd
Accepted author manuscript
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CC BY
Web address (URL)http://journals.rcni.com/doi/10.7748/mhp.19.4.31.s20
Publication dates
Print10 Dec 2015
Publication process dates
Deposited21 Dec 2015
Accepted15 Sep 2015
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