What do stakeholders need to implement shared decision making in routine cancer care? A qualitative needs assessment.

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BACKGROUND Shared decision making (SDM) is particularly relevant in oncology, where complex treatment options with varying side effects may lead to meaningful changes in the patient's quality of life. For several years, health policies have called for the implementation of SDM, but SDM remains poorly implemented in routine clinical practice. Implementation… (More)

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@article{Mller2016WhatDS, title={What do stakeholders need to implement shared decision making in routine cancer care? A qualitative needs assessment.}, author={Evamaria M{\"u}ller and Pola Hahlweg and Isabelle Scholl}, journal={Acta oncologica}, year={2016}, volume={55 12}, pages={1484-1491} }