Adoption and sustainability of decision support for patients facing health decisions: an implementation case study in nursing

@article{Stacey2006AdoptionAS,
  title={Adoption and sustainability of decision support for patients facing health decisions: an implementation case study in nursing},
  author={Dawn Stacey and Marie-Pascale A. Pomey and Annette M. O'Connor and Ian D. Graham},
  journal={Implementation Science},
  year={2006},
  volume={1},
  pages={17 - 17}
}
BACKGROUND Effective interventions prepare patients for making values-sensitive health decisions by helping them become informed and clarifying their values for each of the options. However, patient decision support interventions have not been widely implemented and little is known about effective models for delivering them to patients. The purpose of this study was to describe call centre nurses' adoption of a decision support protocol into practice following exposure to an implementation… CONTINUE READING

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