A Typology of Patients Based on Decision-Making Styles: Cross-Sectional Survey Study.

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Summary of "A Typology of Patients Based on Decision-Making Styles: Cross-Sectional Survey Study."

Although previous research shows broad differences in the impact of online health information on patient-practitioner decision making, specific research is required to identify and conceptualize patient decision-making styles related to the use of online health information and to differentiate segments according to the influence of online information on patient decision making and interactions with health professionals.


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Name: Journal of medical Internet research
ISSN: 1438-8871
Pages: e15332


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