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Jeffrey K. Belkora, David W. Hutton, Dan H. Moore, and Laura A. Siminoff

overall literature on decision aids, showing that they do improve risk perceptions. 18 However, although the improvements in risk perceptions are statistically significant, these could be greater. In the Adjuvant! group, 57% of patients estimated their

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Lois Ramondetta

treatment decision aids. Patients with young children who have cervical cancer may do “everything” to “fight ’til the end” and “never give up.” 8 And, even though patients want their doctors to be truthful, doctors may find it difficult to be totally honest

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Rodger J. Winn

States: Lessons from the Cancer of the Prostate Strategic Urologic Research Endeavor (CAPSURE), a national disease registry . J Urol 2004 ; 171 : 1393 – 1401 . 5 Barry MJ . Health decision aids to facilitate shared decision making in office

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Dawn J. Brooks

community practices, other medical disciplines or geographic locations outside the Northeast; or nonphysician providers. Finally, screening mammography shared decision aids were not available to patients at this center at the time of this study but have the

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Nicholas Zdenkowski, Phyllis Butow, Andrew Spillane, Charles Douglas, Kylie Snook, Mark Jones, Christopher Oldmeadow, Sheryl Fewster, Corinna Beckmore, Frances M. Boyle, and for the Australia and New Zealand Breast Cancer Trials Group

-Thomas H Stacey D . Ten years of the International Patient Decision Aid Standards Collaboration: evolution of the core dimensions for assessing the quality of patient decision aids . BMC Med Inform Decis Mak 2013 ; 13 : S1 . 5. McCaffery KJ

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Annika M. Gustafson, Deborah J. Goldfrank, William A. Dunson, Daniel L. Mulkerin, Rebecca L. Caires, and Keith D. Eaton

. Cancer 2016 ; 122 : 3394 – 3400 . 16. Hu L Kichenadasse G Martin H . Pregnancy screening prior to chemotherapy administration . Intern Med J 2016 ; 46 : 1222 – 1224 . 17. Stacey D Legare F Col N . Decision aids for people

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Devon C. Snow and Eric A. Klein

literature exists on the development of different nomograms, only survey data are available on their clinical use. 9 Even though decision aids, including prediction models, have been shown to impact patient's decision-making behavior, how nomograms change

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Natalie Riblet, Karen Skalla, Auden McClure, Karen Homa, Alison Luciano, and Thomas H. Davis

to support providers in managing psychological distress within the scope of their clinical practice. Patients with more complex needs were referred to mental health services. Providers responded favorably to these clinical decision aids. Another

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Pamala A. Pawloski, Gabriel A. Brooks, Matthew E. Nielsen, and Barbara A. Olson-Bullis

delivery process measures (eg, medication prescribing error rates or compliance with clinical practice guidelines [CPGs]). Studies of decision aids intended primarily for patient use were excluded. Of the 120 studies identified before 1995, none met the

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Amy Waller, Charles Douglas, Rob Sanson-Fisher, Nicholas Zdenkowski, Angela Pearce, Tiffany Evans, and Justin Walsh

knowledge and skills may be achieved through interventions such as Web-based programs and decision aids. When made available to patients, these programs have increased documentation of EOL preferences by 25% to 30%. 38 Clinicians must also be willing and