Decision Making Style

Recently I posted about tools to help students / client’s understand their medical mindset and how it affects the decisions you make. I’ve since decided it doesn’t capture some of the other key components that affect our decision-making in labor: how much information we need to make a decision, how much time we need to make a decision, and whether we prefer to make our own decisions or just follow the recommendations of a trusted caregiver. So, I’ve added a second page to that worksheet which explores decision-making in more depth. Find it here.

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