Dual equipoise shared decision making: definitions for decision and behaviour support interventions

@inproceedings{Elwyn2009DualES,
  title={Dual equipoise shared decision making: definitions for decision and behaviour support interventions},
  author={Glyn Elwyn and Dominick L. Frosch and Stephen Rollnick},
  booktitle={Implementation science : IS},
  year={2009}
}
BACKGROUND There is increasing interest in interventions that can support patients who face difficult decisions and individuals who need to modify their behaviour to achieve better outcomes. Evidence for effectiveness is used to categorize patients care. Effective care is where evidence of benefit outweighs harm: patients should always receive this type of care, where indicated. Preference-sensitive care describes a situation where the evidence for the superiority of one treatment over another… CONTINUE READING
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