The use of portable video media vs standard verbal communication in the urological consent process: a multicentre, randomised controlled, crossover trial.

@article{Winter2016TheUO,
  title={The use of portable video media vs standard verbal communication in the urological consent process: a multicentre, randomised controlled, crossover trial.},
  author={Matthew Winter and Jonathan K Kam and Sunny Nalavenkata and Ellen Hardy and Marcus Handmer and Hannah Ainsworth and Wai Gin Lee and Mark Louie-Johnsun},
  journal={BJU international},
  year={2016},
  volume={118 5},
  pages={
          823-828
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To determine if portable video media (PVM) improves patient's knowledge and satisfaction acquired during the consent process for cystoscopy and insertion of a ureteric stent compared to standard verbal communication (SVC), as informed consent is a crucial component of patient care and PVM is an emerging technology that may help improve the consent process. PATIENTS AND METHODS In this multi-centre randomised controlled crossover trial, patients requiring cystoscopy and stent… CONTINUE READING
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