Shared Decision Making in Medicine: The Influence of Situational Treatment Factors
Patient education and counseling 2011 Feb; 82(2): 240-6
Although shared decision making (SDM) has become increasingly important in bioethical discussions and clinical practice, it is not clear in which treatment situations SDM is suitable. We address this question by investigating social norms on the appropriateness of SDM in different situations.
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