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Decision-making - the Benefit of Bedside CRP Within Ambulance Care

Patients with degreased (DGC) for ambiguous reasons receive low triage priority. Their death risk is triple. Tools are needed to identify the critically ill patients from this group. The triage used today is not effective. The bedside point-of-care measurements are CRP, lactate acid and suPAR (Soluble Urokinase Plasminogen Activator Receptor). Elevated values associate with the probability of critical illness and predict a risk of death.


Influence of Decision Aids on the Choice of Mother-infant Rooming-in or Separation Care for Pregnant Women

During early postpartum period, mother-infant proximity is important for breastfeeding success. Rooming-in and separate care are both traditional practices. Rooming-in involves keeping the mother and the baby together in the same room after birth during hospitalization, whereas separate care keeps the baby in the hospital baby room. Shared decision making with decision aid (DA) is a way to provide information to pregnant women and to involve them in making decisions about their...

Improving Decision Making for Patients With Prolonged Mechanical Ventilation

Deciding about prolonged life support for critically ill patients can be very difficult. Therefore, the investigators are doing a study to see if an internet-based decision aid can improve the quality of decision making for substitute decision makers of patients who are in the intensive care unit (ICU).


Shared Decision-Making for Elderly Depressed Primary Care Patients

Shared decision-making (SDM), in contrast to traditional medical decision-making, involves a collaborative process where patients discuss personal values and preferences and clinicians provide information to arrive at an agreed upon treatment decision. The proposed study will evaluate the impact of a brief SDM nursing intervention among elderly, depressed primary care patient subjects in comparison to physician recommended Usual Care. The focus of the SDM intervention is to ...

The Impact of a Technology-enabled Decision Aid, for Patients With Hip and Knee Osteoarthritis on Decision Quality, Level of Shared Decision-making, Patient Satisfaction and Magnitude of Limitations

This study evaluates a technology-enabled decision aid that provides evidence-based education (i.e. on understanding the condition, treatment options and comparisons, patient values and question & answer quiz) and personalized, quantifiable benefit-risk ratio alongside the level of potential benefit in relation to joint stiffness, joint pain and quality of life. The study will be performed in the setting of an integrated care system providing patient-centered care for hip and k...

Assessment of Factors Involved in the Decision-making for ICU Patients' Care

A new law about the advance directives (AD) has been recently voted in France on February 2, 2016. This " Claeys-Leonetti " law has made the AD more binding, as in other countries. This should lead to a greater respect of the human autonomy principle. However, the interpretation of these guidelines is often difficult and may differ between doctors. Indeed, the subjectivity of these interpretations could lead to different medical decisions by physicians. The investigators...

Shared Medical Decision Making in the Prophylactic Treatment of Bipolar Disorder

The investigators hypothesize that implementation of a shared decision making care plan for prophylactic treatment will help therapeutic adherence of bipolar patients. They also anticipate that patients treated according to a shared decision making plan will have an elevated satisfaction of their care, quality of life and functionment, as well as a lower number of relapses

Evaluation of the Decision-making During Multidisciplinary Meetings for Digestive Cancers

Nowadays, the recommended approach for decision-making for oncology patients is based on multidisciplinary meetings (MDT). However, the quality of decision-making during MDT depends on other factors such as the quality of presentation of clinical cases, the degree of participation of different specialists. In this study, the investigators will evaluate the decision-making during digestive oncology MDT using the validated "Metric Of Decision-Making" tool (MDT-MODe), in the nati...

Sharing Decision-making Program for HCC Patients Treatment Decisions

Aim: Explore the effectiveness of sharing decision-making program interventions in the early stage of HCC to reduce treatment decisions conflicts and improving decision-making satisfaction. Design: An experimental design will be used in the study. The 102 primary liver cancer patients, who were diagnosed with Barcelona stage(BCLC stage) 0-A, will be recruited and randomized to the control or intervention group. The intervention measures in this study "sharing decision-ma...

Implementing Shared Decision Making in Interprofessional Home Care Teams

This study will train health providers in home care teams across Quebec in shared decision making with older clients and their caregivers about the decision to stay at home or move to a care facility, and then assess its impact. This decision is one of the toughest for older Canadians. Decisions that are informed, shared and supported produce better results. An interprofessional approach to shared decision making is when older persons and their caregivers are supported by not j...

Impact of Ethical/Bioethical Recommendations in Decision-making in Palliative Care in Mexico

All clinical practice includes decision making, and sometimes you are ethically challenging because of the consequences it will bring to the patient, the health professional or society in general. Ethics seeks the best solution to a better treatment and seeks to increase the quality of life of the patient with correct decision making. Ethical / bioethical considerations are of a generic nature, and do not apply to specific situations. Therefore, it is suggested that there shoul...

Impact of a Decision Aid on Patient Decision Making in Emergency Department Chest Pain Patients

We are doing a study to assess the impact of including patients in making decision regarding their own medical care in the emergency department. We will randomly assign them to either receive a decision aid or usual care. In doing this, we aim to increase patient satisfaction and safely decrease medical cost.

Implementation of Shared Decision-Making in Cancer Care

This study aims to evaluate a theoretically and empirically grounded implementation program designed to foster shared decision-making in routine cancer care. The intervention program consists of several components (e.g. training for health care professionals, patient empowerment strategies) that will be rolled out in three clinics at a comprehensive cancer center in Germany.

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Shared Decision Making With Breast Cancer Patients

The aim of this project is to elucidate whether the use of shared decision making will influence patient engagement in the decision making process about adjuvant radiotherapy after breast conserving surgery for local breast cancer or early stages of local breast cancer.

Intervening to Prevent Contextual Errors in Medical Decision Making

This study will assess whether a medical education intervention improves the quality of medical decision making in the care of patients with complex psychosocial -- or contextual -- needs that are essential to address when planning their care. A group of internal medicine residents will be randomly assigned to participate in the seminar and practicum and then they, along with a control group that has not participated, will be assessed for the quality of their clinical decision...

Decision Counseling Program in Increasing Shared Decision Making and Clinical Trial Participation in Patients With Stage 0-IV Lung Cancer (Free to Breathe)

This clinical trial studies how well the Decision Counseling Program works in increasing patient-physician shared decision making and participation in clinical trials for lung cancer patients. Decision aids help provide patients with information that may help them select a course of action related to their cancer care when more than one alternative is available. It also encourages shared decision making allowing patients and their providers to make health decisions together. De...

Shared Decision Making to Improve Goals of Care in the ED

This project will develop and refine a shared decision making (SDM) intervention (decision aid tool) to improve and normalize high quality end of life discussions in the Emergency Department (ED) setting.

A Culturally Sensitive Values-Guided Aid for End of Life Decision-Making

The goal of this research agenda is to improve the quality of end-of-life care by explicitly identifying values that will guide the decision-making process, with a particular emphasis on the role of ethnic, racial and cultural factors.

Social Decision-making

The purpose of this study is to investigate neural mechanism of healthy humans underlying group decision making and compare it with that of individual decision-making. Using functional neuroimaging technology combining with computational modeling, we examine how the human brain process social information to make a decision within a group, which often guides humans to make a better decision using collective wisdom.

Checklist-guided Shared Decision-making for Code Status Discussions in Medical Inpatients.

This cluster-randomized, multicenter trial is designed to investigate the effect of checklist-guided shared decision-making including decision aids and communication of expected outcome on patients' decision regarding their code status, and at the same time, improves decision-making quality as judged by patient's decisional comfort, patient knowledge and involvement in decision-making and patient satisfaction.

Evaluation of a Decision Aid About Life-sustaining Therapies

Introduction: Clinical practice guidelines recommend shared decision making (SDM) to facilitate goals-of-care discussions. This study will train clinicians about how to use a context-adapted decision aid (DA) and SDM to conduct goals-of-care discussions with the elderly. The objectives of this study are to: 1) determine if the use of the DA and SDM training program: a) increase clinicians' engagement of patients in decision making regarding their goals of care; b) increase adop...

Advanced Dementia and End-of-life

Palliative and hospice care in advanced dementia: experiences of care givers and benefit of a brochure serving as a decision-making aid Aims: 1. Designing a brochure serving as an information tool and decision-making aid used to answer questions concerning palliative and hospice care for care-givers of persons with advanced dementia. The brochure shall demonstrate the possibilities and offerings of palliative and hospice care and shall serve...

Predict Sepsis; the Predictive Value of Bedside Measures in the Ambulance

Sepsis is a condition with a high mortality. Septic patients are frequently difficult to identify because of their non-specific presentations. There is also a low sensitivity of clinical judgment among health care personnel, and of existing screening tools, which are in turn typically based on vital parameters. Despite prior research, no unique sepsis biomarker has been identified so far. There is a need for new strategies to identify sepsis which do not rely on vital paramete...

Does Assessment of Ambulance Medical Service Leads to Reduced Number of Transports to the Emergency Room?

There is a need to reduce the number of ambulance transports to the Emergency Room to the patients who are not in need of urgent medical care. There are currently no studies and the aim of the study is to investigate if the ambulance transports to the Emergency Room can be reduced by a dialogue between a Registered Nurse in ambulance and a Medical Doctor in the Primary Care (called "Ambulant assessment"). In this connection there is also a need to follow up patients that not ha...

Use of a Share Decision Making Tool in the Care of Acute Cystitis Without Risk of Complication in Primary Care

the aim of this trial is to demonstrate that when caring women with symptoms of acute cystitis without any risk of complication, general practitioner may use share decision making tool to help patients better understand the stakes of taking antibiotics.


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