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“…The growing importance of decision‐making as a multidisciplinary team is well established within existing clinical guidelines . Within the context of complex feeding decisions, the introduction of a multidisciplinary decision‐making framework and resources has been observed to reduce time patients remained nil by mouth and increased “best interest discussions” by 25% . Greater collaboration within a multidisciplinary team in clinical practice may also address perceived concerns regarding medico‐legal liability within the SLT profession.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The growing importance of decision‐making as a multidisciplinary team is well established within existing clinical guidelines . Within the context of complex feeding decisions, the introduction of a multidisciplinary decision‐making framework and resources has been observed to reduce time patients remained nil by mouth and increased “best interest discussions” by 25% . Greater collaboration within a multidisciplinary team in clinical practice may also address perceived concerns regarding medico‐legal liability within the SLT profession.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…25,39 Within the context of complex feeding decisions, the introduction of a multidisciplinary decision-making framework and resources has been observed to reduce time patients remained nil by mouth and increased "best interest discussions" by 25%. 40 Greater collaboration within a multidisciplinary team in clinical practice may also address perceived concerns regarding medico-legal liability within the SLT profession. As described by Kelly and colleagues, 26 decisions in complex ethical and legal contexts that include questions of legal capacity, informed consent, the direction of medical treatment and the right to decline treatment cannot be made by the SLT alone and require collaboration and communication, particularly with medical colleagues.…”
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confidence: 99%