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Development of a "Patient Rights" Subscale to Measure Informed Decision-Making Within the Dyadic Decisional Conflict Scale for Obstetric Care.

A modified Dyadic Decisional Conflict Scale (D-DCS) and new Patient Rights subscale to measure perceptions of informed decision-making regarding use of epidural analgesia during childbirth are tested.

Informed, Patient-Centered Decisions Associated with Better Health Outcomes in Orthopedics: Prospective Cohort Study.

A goal of shared decision making (SDM) is to ensure patients are well informed and receive preferred treatments. However, the relationship between SDM and health outcomes is not clear.

Fatal flaws in clinical decision making.

Clinical decision making is a core competency of surgical practice, involving a continuous and evolving process of data interpretation and evaluation. The aim of this article is twofold. First, to recognize patient deaths where a clinical incident arose following unsatisfactory clinical decision making, determining where in the clinical decision-making process each failure occurred. Second, to discuss and explore individual incidents to provide lessons from which the surgical community can learn.

"Tell me what you suggest, and let's do that, doctor": Patient deliberation time during informal decision-making in clinical trials.

Informed consent is an essential part of an ethical clinical trial; to this end, researchers have developed several interventions to promote participants' full understanding of trials and thereby improve the consent process. However, few empirical studies have examined how patients make the decision of whether to give consent. The objective of this study, therefore, is to analyze patients' decision-making process when participating in clinical trials. We conduct an internet survey (n = 2,045) and interview ...

Commencing out of bed rehabilitation in critical care - what influences clinical decision-making?

To develop a decision tree that objectively identifies the most discriminative variables in the decision to provide out-of-bed rehabilitation, measure the impact of this decision and to identify the factors that intensive care unit (ICU) practitioners think most influential in that clinical decision.

Performing informed consent in transgender medicine.

Using in-depth interviews with 23 physical and mental healthcare providers and observations at transgender-specific healthcare conferences between 2012 and 2015, I examine how medical providers negotiate informed consent processes in their clinical encounters with trans patients. While a growing body of scholarship has examined informed consent in scientific research from the patient's perspective, a gap remains in how informed consent is understood in clinical encounters, and from providers' perspectives. ...

Impact of an organization-wide knowledge translation strategy to support evidence-informed public health decision making.

The public health sector is moving toward adopting evidence-informed decision making into practice, but effort is still required to effectively develop capacity and promote contextual factors that advance and sustain it. This paper describes the impact of an organization-wide knowledge translation intervention delivered by knowledge brokers on evidence-informed decision making knowledge, skills and behaviour.

Informed Consent and Phase I Trials: Cognitive Failure and Additional Challenges to Informed Decision Making.

Influences on clinical decision-making during a community placement: reflections of a student nurse.

High quality care is dependent on good clinical judgement and often-complex decision making. Nurses need to be able to justify and defend their clinical decisions. In this article, a third-year nursing student reflects on an incident from a community placement involving a collaborative clinical decision. Carper's (1978) four fundamental patterns of knowing are used to analyse the decision-making process. It is shown that influences on decision-making include prior knowledge and expertise, law and accountabi...

Online decision support for persons having a genetic predisposition to cancer and their partners during reproductive decision-making.

A nationwide pretest-posttest study was conducted in all clinical genetic centres in the Netherlands, to evaluate the effects of an online decision aid to support persons who have a genetic predisposition to cancer and their partners in making an informed decision regarding reproductive options. Main outcomes (decisional conflict, knowledge, realistic expectations, level of deliberation, and decision self-efficacy) were measured before use (T0), immediately after use (T1), and at 2 weeks (T2) after use of ...

Autonomy Challenges in Epigenetic Risk-Stratified Cancer Screening: How Can Patient Decision Aids Support Informed Consent?

Information of an individual's epigenome can be useful in cancer screening to enable personalised decision making on participation, treatment options and further screening strategies. However, adding this information might result in complex risk predictions on multiple diseases, unsolicited findings and information on (past) environmental exposure and behaviour. This complicates informed consent procedures and may impede autonomous decision-making. In this article we investigate and identify the specific fe...

Informed shared decision-making programme for patients with type 2 diabetes in primary care: cluster randomised controlled trial.

To translate an informed shared decision-making programme (ISDM-P) for patients with type 2 diabetes from a specialised diabetes centre to the primary care setting.

Development and Implementation of a Multi-Disciplinary Technology Enhanced Care Pathway for Youth and Adults with Concussion.

The evidence-informed standardization of care along disease lines is recommended to improve outcomes and reduce healthcare costs. The aim of this project is to 1) describe the development and implementation of the Concussion Carepath, 2) demonstrate the process of integrating technology in the form of a mobile application to enable the carepath and guide clinical decision-making, and 3) present data on the utility of the C3 app in facilitating decision-making throughout the injury recovery process. A multi-...

Factors Associated with Decision-Making Preferences among Parents of Infants in Neonatal Intensive Care.

Shared decision-making (SDM) is the accepted standard for medical decision-making. It is a model that explicitly values input from both the clinical team and the patient or family. Patients and their surrogates vary in their preferences for participation in medical decision-making (1). Families in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) demonstrate a wide range of preferred involvement in the SDM process r. Little is known about which parental characteristics may influence these differences in decision-maki...

Cooperative versus competitive influences of emotion and cognition on decision making: A primer for psychiatry research.

Clinical research across the developmental spectrum increasingly reveals the nuanced ways in which emotion and cognition can work to either support or derail rational (i.e., healthy or goal-consistent) decision making. However, psychological theories offer discrepant views on how these processes interact, and on whether emotion is helpful or harmful to rational decision making. In order to translate theoretical predictions from basic psychology to clinical research, an understanding of theoretical perspecti...


Studies indicate that decision making and informed consent among patients considering Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD) support for advanced heart failure could be improved. In the VADDA (ventricular assist device decision aid) trial, we tested a patient-centered decision aid (DA) to enhance the quality of decision making about LVAD therapy.

An Assessment of the Applicability of Shriners Hospital Upper Extremity Evaluation as a Decision-making Tool and Outcome Measure in Upper Limb Cerebral Palsy in Indian Children.

The aim of this study was to assess the applicability and performance of the Shriners Hospital Upper Extremity Evaluation (SHUEE) and to determine its usefulness in clinical decision-making and as an outcome measure with reference to Indian children suffering from cerebral palsy.

Family Surrogates' Decision Regret and Psychological Stress about End-of-Life Cancer Treatments: Path Analysis.

This study aimed to understand the mechanisms of decision regret and stress of family surrogates' end-of-life decision making using an exploratory path model. In particular, the research identified the direct effects of perceptions of uncertainty and effective decisions on decision regret and stress, and examined the indirect effects of being informed, having clear values, and being supported for decision regret and the stress of end-of-life decision making through the mediating variables of perceptions of ...

Decisional Capacity for Informed Consent in Males and Females with Fragile X Syndrome.

Although informed consent is critical for all research, there is increased ethical responsibility as individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDD) become the focus of more clinical trials. This study examined decisional capacity for informed consent to clinical trials in individuals with fragile X syndrome (FXS). Participants were 152 adolescents and adults (80 males, 72 females) with FXS who completed a measure of decisional capacity and a comprehensive battery of neurocognitive and psy...

Derivation of a clinical decision-making aid to improve the insertion of clinically indicated peripheral intravenous catheters and promote vessel health preservation. An observational study.

It is well established that the idle peripheral intravenous catheter (PIVC) provides no therapeutic value and is a clinical, economic and above all, patient concern. This study aimed to develop a decision aid to assist with clinical decision making to promote clinically indicated peripheral intravenous catheter (CIPIVC) insertion in the emergency department (ED) setting. Providing evidence for a uniform process could assist clinicians in a decision-making process for PIVC insertion. This could enable patien...

Reporting of "dialysis adequacy" as an outcome in randomised trials conducted in adults on haemodialysis.

Clinical trials are most informative for evidence-based decision-making when they consistently measure and report outcomes of relevance to stakeholders, especially patients, clinicians, and policy makers. However, sometimes terminology used is interpreted differently by different stakeholders, which might lead to confusion during shared decision making. The construct dialysis adequacy is frequently used, suggesting it is an important outcome both for health care professionals as for patients.

When time is critical, is informed consent less so? A discussion of patient autonomy in emergency neurosurgery.

Neurosurgical interventions frequently take place in an emergency setting. In this setting, patients often have impaired consciousness and are unable to directly express their values and wishes regarding their treatment. The limited time available for clinical decision making holds great ethical implications as the informed consent procedure may become compromised. The ethical situation may be further challenged by different views between the patient, relatives and the neurosurgeon; the presence of advance ...

Automatic Identification of Recent High Impact Clinical Articles in PubMed to Support Clinical Decision Making Using Time-agnostic Features.

Finding recent clinical studies that warrant changes in clinical practice ("high impact" clinical studies) in a timely manner is very challenging. We investigated a machine learning approach to find recent studies with high clinical impact to support clinical decision making and literature surveillance.

Limitations of platform assays to measure serum 25OHD level impact on guidelines and practice decision making.

Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectroscopy (LC-MS/MS) is the preferred method to measure 25 hydroxyvitamin D (25OHD) levels, but laboratories are increasingly adopting automated platform assays.

Underlying decision making processes on Iowa Gambling Task.

Iowa Gambling Task (IGT) assesses decision making in uncertain conditions. Several studies have reported impaired performance on IGT in various clinical population compared to healthy normal. However, some researchers have reported incongruent findings from the basic assumptions of IGT in healthy normal. Our aim was to examine the possible decision making processes on IGT.

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