Patient-rated importance of key information on screening colonoscopy in Germany: a survey of statutory health insurance members

@inproceedings{Dreier2018PatientratedIO,
  title={Patient-rated importance of key information on screening colonoscopy in Germany: a survey of statutory health insurance members},
  author={Maren Dreier and Kathrin Krueger and Ulla Walter},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2018}
}
BACKGROUND Primary colonoscopic screening is considered to be of great benefit but also has the potential to cause severe harm. Thus, eligible subjects should be supported in making an informed choice whether to participate. OBJECTIVES To identify information on screening colonoscopy that colonoscopy-naïve subjects rate as particularly important for decision making. DESIGN Survey of German statutory health insurance members using a written questionnaire in November 2015. STUDY POPULATION… CONTINUE READING

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