Articles About Shared Decision Making in General
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About shared decision making
- Charles C, Gafni A and Whelan T. Shared decision making in the medical encounter: What does it mean? (or it takes at least two to tango). Social Science & Medicine 44.5 (1997): 681-92. (PDF)
- Kassirer JP. Incorporating patients' preferences into medical decisions. New England Journal of Medicine 330.26 (1994): 1895-6. Raises important issue re: when patient preferences need to be incorporated in medical decision making.
- O'Connor AM, Drake ER, Fiset V, Graham I, Laupacis A and Tugwell P. The Ottawa Patient Decision Aids. Effective Clinical Practice 2.4 (July/August 1999):163-70. Describes the Ottawa approach and summarizes results to date. Part of a special edition focused on decision making. (PDF)
- O'Connor AM, Fiset V, DeGrasse C, Graham I, Evans W, Stacey D, Laupacis A and Tugwell P. Decision aids for patients considering options affecting cancer outcomes: Evidence of efficacy and policy implications. Journal of the National Cancer Institute Monograph 25 (1999): 67-80. Overview of decision aids-points to gaps, methods issues, policy issues. (PDF)
- O'Connor AM, Rostom A, Fiset V, Tetroe J, Entwistle V, Llewellyn-Thomas H, Holmes-Rovner M, Barry M and Jones J. Decision Aids for Patients Facing Health Treatment or Screening Decisions: Systematic Review. British Medical Journal 319.7212 (1999): 731-734. (PDF)
- O'Connor AM, Stacey D, Entwistle V, Llewellyn-Thomas H, Rover D, Holmes-Rovner M, Tait V, Tetroe J, Fiset V, Barry M, Jones J. Decision Aids for Patients Facing Health Treatment or Screening Decisions: Systematic Review. The Cochrane Library 4 (2004): 1-300. (PDF)
- Research Triangle Institute. Consumer health informatics and patient decision-making. (AHCPR Pub. No. 98-N001). Agency for Health Care Policy and Research. Prepared by James Hersey, Jennifer Matheson and Kathleen Lohr at the Research Triangle Institute. 1997. A gold mine for defining some of the directions the research should be taking. The framework has a strong health services research perspective.
- Rimer BK, Briss PA, Zeller PK, Chan ECY, Woolf SH. Informed decision making: what is its role in cancer screening? Cancer 101.5 (Sep 2004): 1214-28. (PDF)
- Alderson P. Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. British Medical Journal 328.7438 (Feb 2004): 476-7. (PDF)
- Chalmers I. Well informed uncertainties about the effects of treatments. British Medical Journal 328.7438 (Feb 2004): 475-6. (PDF)
- Dobrow MJ, Goel V and Upshur REG. Evidence-based health policy: context and utilisation. Social Science & Medicine 58.1 (2004): 207-17. (PDF)
- Screening without evidence of efficacy British Medical Journal 328.7438 (Feb 2004): 521-22.