We are pleased to announce that the newest Uniform Clinical Network Provider Training curriculum,
Network Provider Training Part 4
, is now available through CPI's Learning Management System.
LCSWs, LMHCs, and CASACs may receive 1 free continuing education credit for completing this curriculum!
This course introduces the basic concepts of shared decision making (SDM) and helps clinicians prepare for actual use of SDM. An overview of SDM is provided including the definition of shared decision making, why SDM is important, and when SDM should be considered in the treatment planning process. Developed by Glyn Elwyn and colleagues, the three-talk model of SDM is introduced as a way to dialogue with clients about treatment. The course will detail how SDM looks in practice via two role plays, one about depression treatment in a clinic-based-environment and one about medication treatment for Schizophrenia. In addition, four principles of person-centered care will be outlined, and participants will be able to identify three "red flags" when making decisions with clients.
This curriculum consists of two modules:
- Shared Decision Making in Person-Centered Care
Providers can access this curriculum through CPI's learning management system.
To view this course:
Six other UCNPT curricula are also available in the learning management system:
- Network Provider Training Part 1
- Network Provider Training Part 2
- Network Provider Training Part 2.1
- Network Provider Training Part 2.2
- Network Provider Training Part 2.3
- Network Provider Training Part 3
- Network Provider Training Part 3.1