How Does Feeling Informed Relate to Being Informed? The DECISIONS Survey
Sepucha, Karen R
Couper, Mick P
Levin, Carrie A
Zikmund-Fisher, Brian J
Medical decision making : an international journal of the Society for Medical Decision Making 2010 Sep-Oct; 30(5 Suppl): 77S-84S
An important part of delivering high-quality, patient-centered care is making sure patients are informed about decisions regarding their health care. The objective was to examine whether patients' perceptions about how informed they were about common medical decisions are related to their ability to answer various knowledge questions.
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