[Development and validation of assessment instruments for shared decision making].

  title={[Development and validation of assessment instruments for shared decision making].},
  author={Nadja Giersdorf and A. W. Loh and Christiane Bieber and Cornelia Caspari and Anja Deinzer and Thorsten Doering and Wolfgang Eich and Jakob Hamann and Christoph Heesen and J{\"u}rgen Kasper and Karena Leppert and Klaus M{\"u}ller and Tim Neumann and B. Neuner and H Rohlfing and Fueloep Scheibler and Birgitt van Oorschot and Claudia Spies and Andrea Vodermaier and Edith Weiss-Gerlach and P Zysno and Martin H{\"a}rter},
  journal={Bundesgesundheitsblatt, Gesundheitsforschung, Gesundheitsschutz},
  volume={47 10},
The German Ministry for Health and Social Security is funding ten projects to introduce shared decision making into clinical practice. The medical problems the projects are focussing on were chosen from among various diseases (e. g. depression, multiple sclerosis, cancer). The ten projects achieved consensus on a core set of instruments for the measurement of process and outcome of the shared decision making. Instruments developed in German-speaking countries are currently not available. Thus… CONTINUE READING