Living with Back Pain - Understanding Shared Decision-Making

Earlier this year, residents in Sussex told us about their experiences of living with back pain, and how their shared decision-making process could be improved. Read our report here.
Older man talking to health professional in a waiting room
I guess people’s experience is individualised and the approach needs to be individualised. As all parts of the health and care system need to have an appreciation of the individual issues people face.
— Interviewee

Your voice, clinical vision and national research have supported the design of a clear and concise pathway for musculoskeletal provision, that goes beyond the clinical needs of people, to one where the person, information and good communication is at its centre.

Living with Back Pain - Understanding Shared Decision-Making - Audio Summary Report

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Living with Back Pain Understanding Shared Decision Making - Healthwatch in Sussex - July 2022

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