THE INSULIN PATIENT DECISION AID
What is patient decision aid?
A patient decision aid (PDA) is an evidence-based tool designed to facilitate the process of arriving at an informed, evidence and value-based choice among two or more health care alternatives (including "watchful waiting"). It helps people become involved in decision making by making explicit the decision that needs to be made, providing information about the options and outcomes, and by clarifying personal values. They are designed to complement, rather than replace, counseling from a health practitioner. (Ottawa Hospital Research Institute)
The DMIT Insulin Patient Decision Aid
The Insulin Patient Decision Aid has been listed in the A to Z inventory of the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute (OHRI) database, a worldwide library for PDAs which have met the IPDASi criteria. Click HERE to go to the inventory.
Click on the image of each PDA to download the electronic copies of the PDA. If you wish to request the hard copies of the PDA, kindly contact the DMIT Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
DECISION AID GUIDE FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS
The purpose of this healthcare professionals' guide is to help you support your patient who is making a decision whether or not to start insulin. The target users for this guide are doctors, diabetes educators and nurses.
Click on the image of the guide to download the electronic copies of the guide. If you wish to request the hard copies of the guide, kindly contact the DMIT Team at: email@example.com.