INFORMED DECISION MAKING IN HEALTHCARE
I also periodically remind myself that child abuse can take many forms and can oftentimes be unintentional - due to ignorance or incompetence or selfishness. It all boils down to INFORMED DECISION MAKING & EVIDENCE INFORMED DECISION MAKING- concepts I was taught in nursing school that made me proud to be in pursuit of the profession. Since COVID- many of our practice standards and ethics have literally been thrown out the window. *Informed Decision Making: A two-way dialogue between patients and their health. practitioners about the benefits, risks and alternatives of treatment, taking into account the patient's personal. circumstances, beliefs and priorities.