Great poem about shared decision-making
for more on this see https://abetternhs.net/2015/06/17/from-patient-to-relationship-centred-care/
Don’t talk to me (an evidence-based poem)
Don’t talk to me about facts and figures,
In a way that gives me medical jitters.
I understand evidence, really I do,
But you don’t make it easy, do you?
A bit less, please, jargonese,
And legalese, in PILs and SPCs*.
On paper so transparently thin,
It’s easily thrown into the bin.
Where’s the benefit information?
A risky business, this medication.
I don’t mean to poo poo your peer review,
It’s just… I don’t trust you.
Especially if you’re big pharma,
Face it: you’ve got bad karma.
Help us to talk to you,
We’ve much to offer, too.
Our words are woven,
With experiences, human.
Medical proof can only get better,
Working together, boxing clever.
Don’t talk to me, without my family,
They’re part of my thinking alchemy.
My brother, my sister, by blood or by water,
My mother, my lover, next door’s…
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