Using freelisting to understand shared decision making in ADHD: parents' and pediatricians' perspectives.

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OBJECTIVE To compare and contrast notions of ADHD among pediatricians and parents of affected children to understand the perspectives they bring to shared decision making (SDM). METHODS In this freelisting study, 60 parents of children with ADHD and 30 primary care pediatricians listed words reflecting their understanding of (1) Attention Deficit… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.pec.2010.07.035

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@article{Fiks2011UsingFT, title={Using freelisting to understand shared decision making in ADHD: parents' and pediatricians' perspectives.}, author={Alexander G. Fiks and Angela Gafen and Cayce Hughes and Kenya F Hunter and Frances K. Barg}, journal={Patient education and counseling}, year={2011}, volume={84 2}, pages={236-44} }