Collaborative decision-making with communities (US) – Online course
This course is one of a series from the Evidence Based Behavioural Practice (EBBP) website that looks at shared decision-making in a variety of settings, from working with individual clients to implementing programs for entire communities.
This online module is unique in that it uses scenario-based training to guide participants through a case, from the point of view of a public health program manager working in a local health department. Using this scenario, participants learn about the collaborative decision-making process as a public health practitioner working with communities.
This online course is intended for a wide-ranging audience, including health and public health practitioners. It provides a safe environment to apply and refine your decision-making skills by implementing the Evidence-Based Practice “Three Circles” model. By the end of the course you should be able to: define collaborative decision-making; describe the rationale for collaborative decision-making in evidence-based practice; and balance the three circles of evidence-based practice when applying collaborative decision-making with a community.
For more information on evidence-based practice, or to sign-up for this online training module, visit www.ebbp.org/training.html
Evidence-Based Behavioural Practice. (2007). Collaborative decision-making with communities [online course]. Retrieved from http://www.ebbp.org/training.html