Patient Participation in Treatment Decision Making and the Psychological Consequences of Breast Cancer Surgery
Women's Health: Research on Gender, Behavior, and Policy 1998 Summer; 4(2): 103-116
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The Ethics of Responsibility and Ownership in Decision-Making About Treatment for Breast Cancer: Triangulation of Consultation With Patient and Surgeon Perspectives Mendick, Nicola; Young, Bridget; Holcombe, Christopher; Salmon, Peter (2010-06)Doctors are widely encouraged to share decision-making with patients. However, the assumption that responsibility for decisions is an objective quantity that can be apportioned between doctors and patients is problematic. ...