Developing a dyadic OPTION scale to measure perceptions of shared decision making.

@article{Melbourne2010DevelopingAD,
  title={Developing a dyadic OPTION scale to measure perceptions of shared decision making.},
  author={Emma Melbourne and Kate E. Sinclair and Marie-Anne Durand and France L{\'e}gar{\'e} and Glyn Elwyn},
  journal={Patient education and counseling},
  year={2010},
  volume={78 2},
  pages={
          177-83
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Our aim was to develop a measurement which enables research into the interdependent nature of clinical encounters. The prime objective was to develop an instrument capable of assessing the extent to which patients have been involved in (shared) decision making from two viewpoints-that of the patient and the clinician. METHODS To develop an initial 'dyadic OPTION' instrument, the twelve original third-person items were drafted in passive, first person plural forms. Using this version… CONTINUE READING
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